Mutya Keisha Siobhan’s Comeback Single, “Flatline”: One Of The Best Pop Songs Of The Year

by Bradley Stern

When Mutya Keisha Siobhan — otherwise known as MKS, otherwise known as the original line-up of the UK powerhouse soul-pop trio, the Sugababes — first announced their plan to reunite back in July of 2012, the entirety of the Sugababes fanbase was promptly sent into overload. And then, we waited. We waited as the girls stepped into… Read the full article

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Fifth Harmony Premieres Debut Single, “Miss Movin’ On” (Single Review)

by Bradley Stern

At long last, Fifth Harmony has finally arrived. Six months after working their way to third place on Season 2 of X Factor USA, the fabulous fivesome visited Saturday Night Online tonight to premiere their debut single, “Miss Movin’ On.”

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Selena Gomez Speeds It Up on Second ‘Stars Dance’ Single, “Slow Down”

by Bradley Stern

Miley Cyrus might be (deservedly) getting all the attention for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced comeback “We Can’t Stop” this week, but fellow post-Disney princess Selegendary Gomezmerizing‘s also making headlines of her own. On Monday, the “Off The Chain” chanteuse unveiled the Spearitual-meets-Bollywood-futuristic cover and release date for her upcoming record, Stars Dance. And, along… Read the full article

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Bitch Don’t Kill Her Vibe: Miley Cyrus Returns With “We Can’t Stop”

by Bradley Stern

After stretching her wings on 2010’s “Can’t Be Tamed” and ruffling some feathers with her somewhat racy “Who Owns My Heart?”, Miley Cyrus has spent the past three years tinkering in the studio and twerking in unicorn onesies to prepare for her grand return to music. Everything about the former Disney pop princess has undergone… Read the full article

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Kelly Rowland: “Dirty Laundry” (Single Review)

by Bradley Stern

Kelly Rowland‘s churned out so many sensual slow burns (“Kisses Down Low”), naughty come-ons (“Lay It On Me”) and joyous dance floor fillers (“When Love Takes Over”) over the past five years, it’s jarring to discover that “Dirty Laundry,” Rowland’s latest single off of her upcoming record Talk A Good Game, comes from a place… Read the full article

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Mariah Carey Arrives Late On Her Own Single Again, But At Least This One’s Good

by Bradley Stern

Mariah Carey is taking her sweet, sweet time with this comeback. As promised in her tousled hair teaser last month, the iconic chanteuse premiered her duet with Miguel “#Beautiful” today (the hashtag in the title is real, very real), the lead single from her follow-up to 2009’s Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel. Like last summer’s… Read the full article

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Selena Gomez: “Come & Get It” (Single Review)

by Bradley Stern

After a year without rain, the drought has finally ended—thanks to an unexpected early leak from the heavens. That’s right: Selengenda Gomezmerizing‘s “Come & Get It” has arrived. (It’s still not a Dannii Minogue cover, but it’s fine.) While listening to the song for the first time, you might find yourself pondering aloud: “Hey, this… Read the full article

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Cardiology Lessons with Dr. Lovato: Demi’s “Heart Attack” (Single Review)

by Bradley Stern

If the whole pop princess thing doesn’t pan out, at least Demi Lovato‘s got all the makings of a fine cardiologist. “Heart Attack” is Miss Lovato’s follow-up to her massive 2012 smash “Give Your Heart A Break” (Get it now? She’s all about them hearts lately!), and the lead single from her first album since… Read the full article

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Rihanna Shines Bright on “Diamonds” (Single Review)

by Bradley Stern

It’s fall, which means two things in accordance with the laws of nature: The air’s getting cooler, and a new Rihanna era is beginning. And just has she’s done for years now–with 2009’s “Russian Roulette,” with 2010’s “Only Girl (In The World),” and with 2011’s “We Found Love,” the Bajan beauty’s come guns blazing with… Read the full article

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The Various Merits of Sam Sparro’s Amazing New Single, “I Wish I Never Met You”

by Bradley Stern

In the four years since his debut in 2008, Sam Sparro‘s done a lot of growing as an artist. And by that, I mean he has a mustache now. No, no–he’s matured, his sound and style has developed further, and “I Wish I Never Met You”–the lead single from his upcoming album Return to Paradise–represents… Read the full article

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