Madonna’s “Ghosttown” Video Looks Appropriately Apocalyptic So Far

by Bradley Stern

Happy Easter, everyone! The world is ending and we’re all going to die. At least, it looks to be going that way in the brand new black and white teaser of Madonna‘s newest Rebel Heart post-apocalyptic devastation anthem, “Ghosttown.” The brief teaser of the Jonas Åkerlund-directed clip — premiered as an exclusive on demonic Illuminati… Read the full article


Rihanna Has Joined Snapchat, Is Already Smoking Blunts And Listening To Drake

by Bradley Stern

NAVY ALERT: Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty is officially on Snapchat. Having successfully participated in the Great Illuminati Revolution with her Satanic blood-pledge for TIDAL, the Instagram Empress is making yet another historic move across social media — this time on Madge‘s favorite nude-swaping transient photo service, Snapchat. Her Snapchat username is “rihanna” — although it really ought… Read the full article


“All That”: Carly Rae Jepsen Makes Soft, Sweet Magic With Dev Hynes And Ariel Rechtshaid

by Bradley Stern

Carly Rae Jepsen is proficient in The Art Of Sparkly Bubblegum Pop, we know: From “Call Me Maybe” to “This Kiss” to “I Really Like You,” she’s proven capable of supplying #UnapologeticallyEarnest, undeniably catchy earworms time and time again. But what happens when the chipper crooner teams up with magic-makers Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid,… Read the full article


Ciara’s ‘Jackie Tour': A Dream Setlist

by Bradley Stern

A photo posted by Ciara (@ciara) on Mar 31, 2015 at 7:03am PDT Ciara, Body Party hostess, Sworn Enemy Of Ballerinas and true lover of Love, Sex and Magic, is going out on tour for the first time in six years to promote her new album Jackie, her Most Personal Album To Date. There are, of course, a… Read the full article


“Big Girls Cry” Video: Sia Concludes The ‘1000 Forms Of Fear’ Trilogy

by Bradley Stern

Sia has seriously put Dance Moms mini-diva Maddie Ziegler through the emotional ringer, from twirling away her demons inside an abandoned home for “Chandelier” to an epic cage battle against a shirtless Shia LaBeouf with “Elastic Heart.” For the third and final part of her 1000 Forms Of Fear video trilogy — this time for album… Read the full article


Britney Spears Walks Into Glass Door For 1.5 Second ‘Funny Or Die’ April Fool’s Day Dips Video

by Bradley Stern

There are two kinds of people in the world: The ones who entertain, and the ones who walk into doors. However, there is one person — nay, an angel sent from Heaven On Earth — who manages to do both at the same time: The Legendary Miss Britney Spears. Today, The Holy Spearit continues her exhaustive “Pretty Girls”… Read the full article


“Yoga (feat. Jidenna)”: Janelle Monáe Makes Meditative Stretching Real Sexy

by Bradley Stern

Janelle Monáe, super funky, super talented human-cyborg, has been put on this planet to shake up the music scene and challenge the established rules of genre, gender and just about everything in between. She’s a line-blurrer, risk-taker and, as far as I’m concerned, she can do no wrong, really. Now, she’s on a brand new mission…and she’s not going it… Read the full article


A Play-By-Play Of The TIDAL Live Stream: The Glorious Illuminati Revolution Begins!

by Bradley Stern

Remember how all those pop stars started changing their profile photos to a lovely shade of cerulean last night in order to announce the launch of TIDAL, that new streaming service that doesn’t seem to do anything different at all compared to Spotify or Beats? And then we all thoughtfully debated the advantage of an artist-owned streaming… Read the full article


TIDAL Wave: Thinking Out Loud About The Future Of The Music Industry

by Bradley Stern

The word of the day is TIDAL. Last night, Jay Z, Madonna, Kanye West, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Calvin Harris, Nicki Minaj and about a billion other pop stars turned their social media accounts blue…err, cerulean really. Why? Because TIDAL. TIDAL is a new music streaming service. Like Spotify and Beats, it costs $9.99 a month, with a $19.99/month “HiFi”… Read the full article


“Only You”: Miss A Make A Confident K-Pop Comeback

by Bradley Stern

It’s amazing what some quality K-Pop can do to revitalize your spirit. I’ve written about Miss A in the past: Three years ago, the troupe first popped up on my radar (on my ray-duh) with their (still) incredible “Touch,” along with the accompanying mini-album. And ever since, they’ve been supplying nothing but greatness. (Well…actually, they’ve… Read the full article