Push, Then Vogue: FKA Twigs Holds The Pose With “Glass & Patron”

by Bradley Stern

Well, damn. After our favorite avant garde shapeshifter FKA twigs teased a song called “Glass & Patron” in her exceptional Google Glass promo (RIP Google Glass) months ago, the limb-bending otherworldly oddity has just gone and poured us a tall glass of the hard stuff with a stunning self-directed contribution for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards. But before we get into the incredible… Read the full article


Adam Lambert’s ‘The Original High’ Single Has An I-Madge-Inative Title: Listen To A Preview Of “Ghost Town”

by Bradley Stern

GHOST TOWN. APRIL 21st. A video posted by ADAMLAMBERT (@adamlambert) on Mar 23, 2015 at 12:16am PDT The talented, handsome and endlessly glam Adam Lambert will release the lead single from his forthcoming Max Martin-executive produced studio album, The Original High, on April 21. Judging by the ominous preview he just posted on Instagram, it… Read the full article


Whitney Houston, “It’s Not Right, But It’s Okay” (Borneland Remix): MuuMuse Premiere

by Bradley Stern

Remember Borneland, the Copenhagen-based duo that brought us that unbelievably fierce reworking of Destiny’s Child‘s “Bug A Boo” at the start of 2014? They’re at it once again…and this time, they’re taking on the ultimate icon: Whitney Houston. The remix puts the late legendary diva’s vocals at the forefront, gradually supplying light pulsations, piano chords,… Read the full article


Nadine Coyle Says Her Second Solo Album Is Coming This Year

by Bradley Stern

Queen Nuhdeen: Still unsayshuhbull after all these years. Nothing has been the same since the almighty, record breaking UK troupe Girls Aloud called it quits via Twitlonger two years ago. Life grew unbelievably cold. Again. And while almost all the girls have gone on to do their own thing in the studio as solo acts (Kimberley Walsh‘s… Read the full article


Ariana Grande Does An Incredible Impression Of Celine Dion On ‘Jimmy Fallon’

by Bradley Stern

Wait: Did you know that “One Last Time”pint-sized pop princess Ariana Grande has never actually been a guest — like, a speaking guest — on late night TV until last night’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon? Weird, but true. In honor of what is now unofficially Pop Star On Pop Star Impression Appreciation Year, following Legend X taking on… Read the full article


Madonna Week On ‘The Ellen Show’ Day 4: “Dress You Up” In The Bathroom

by Bradley Stern

Madonna Week has come to an end on The Ellen DeGeneres Show — and oh, what a glorious celebration it has been. We’ve come so far, having lived for love, Kanye West and Zimmer frames, unsubtly attempted to sit on Justin Bieber‘s face and broken down in head-to-toe leather in a Ghosttown…and now, we’ve ended up… Read the full article


“I’ll Be There”: CHIC And Nile Rodgers Return (With The Help Of Karlie Kloss In Her Underwear)

by Bradley Stern

Watch Karlie Kloss get her rocks off in the middle of some classic records and then turn it out on the dance floor to the sound of CHIC’s new single.


Madonna Week On ‘The Ellen Show’ Day 3: “Ghosttown”

by Bradley Stern

The Madgeical moments just keep coming on The Ellen DeGeneres Show this week. Having already thirsted for Justin Bieber‘s twinky D and lived for love and Zimmer frames, Madonna decided to keep things simple and solemn for Day 3 with a performance of her thunderous upcoming Rebel Heart single, “Ghosttown.” Wrapped up tight like the… Read the full article


“Kaur Di Taur”: Punjabi Singer Jazzleen Releases Iconic Rip-Off Of Britney’s “Work Bitch” Video

by Bradley Stern

The enduring impact of Britney Jean. Rising Punjabi chanteuse/soon-to-be internationally acclaimed superstar Jazzleen is currently making waves across the Internet, specifically the Britosphere, thanks to the video for her new (debut?) single, “Kaur Di Taur.” Why? Because it’s an #unapologetic rip-off of The Legendary Miss Britney Spears‘ “Work Bitch”! The similarities between the two aren’t even up for debate: The biting… Read the full article


Introduucing…Anna Naklab!

by Bradley Stern

Meet Anna Naklab. Or, well, meet her voice, anyway. She doesn’t have any promotional photos just yet. In fact, the vocalist has been pretty enshrouded in mystery ever since her career took off last year with a dance floor-friendly cover of Chris Isaak‘s “Wicked Games” with Parra for Cuva, which hit Top 10 in the… Read the full article