I find it disturbing that more men have not made their voices heard during Kesha's battle against Dr. Luke and Sony. Hopefully I am not the only dude in the room who feels this way. I don't care if you are a fan of Kesha's music or not.
Originally published on Unwritten by Rachel Connell. It always baffles me how stories of celebrity breakups, nose jobs, and copyright infractions win...
"What was interesting is that it's not just the smartest person, the most virtuosic person, the most talented person; it's more like that mixed with great generosity and compassion and sharing, so a system of values kind of emerged. Those values are what actually makes this group kind of stick together."
Is it Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' sweet "Same Love"? Is it Miley Cyrus' not-so-sweet "We Can't Stop"? What about Mariah Carey's Twitter-ready "#Beautiful"? I rank the 10 biggest songs of summer 2013 and pick a winner -- and I give Ke$ha the greatest nickname she'll ever, ever have.
It's the rich, randy stuff of MTV fantasies, the hottest bash in the hottest city thrown by the hottest pop stars and DJs: Pitbull, Ke$ha, Miley Cyrus, Jason Derulo, Icona Pop, Krewella, Afrojack and others.
There are a lot of great reasons to restrict some songs from the road trip soundtrack.
Dance we did to pop chart behemoths like "Your Love Is My Drug" -- a sensible dedication to President Obama, as we were all riding a high on giddiness fueled, in large part, by our personal admiration for our Commander-in-Chief.
A sincere kudos to Ke$ha for supporting the pulling of her hit song "Die Young" from the airwaves following the Newtown tragedy. It shows a sensitive and thoughtful side of the artist rarely on display. I just wish the song had never made it to market in the first place.
This year was rife with some great and relatively diverse popular music, and it's time we give some artistic cred not just to the capital-A Artistes who care not for the embrace of the masses but to the hit makers who have probably shaped the future of wedding receptions for decades to come.
Last week, A-Sides Musicreleased its Top 52 Songs of 2012. The reason I chose 52 was strictly a cheap pop. As wrestling fans know all too well - that ...
Here's what I listened to a whole lot January through December. Judge me now. Judge me later. I only mind a little bit.
Jenelle explains that she still chooses jail over probation, so her lawyer pulls out his phone to consult his calendar. "It'll be a total of 16 days in jail," he clarifies, since he's not sure if Jenelle can count to double digits.
Rihanna's new single "Diamonds" is out this week, which made me wonder: Do we even have a "Queen of Pop" anymore? And if so, who is it? Does she matter?
Marco Marco, the Hollywood-based design house headed by designer Marco Morante, is responsible for some of the most instantly iconic looks of the past...