“We Wanna”: Alexandra Stan and Inna, Romanian Queens of Pop, Team Up For A Legendary Duet

by Bradley Stern

Two Romanian Queens of Pop. One almighty club duet. The world will never be the same.


“E·MO·TION”: Carly Rae Jepsen Demands Your Full Attention, Babe

by Bradley Stern

Carly Rae Jepsen wants you to dream about her. Are you tossing and turning thinking about her, babe?


Mariah Carey Looks For Her “Infinity” On Match.com, Like All Of Us

by Bradley Stern

The Elusive Chanteuse is swiping for suitors on Match.com for her “Infinity.” Are you ready for a retro moment of Internet dating whatever?


You Don’t Own Me: The Princesses Of Pop Are Done With Your Bullshit

by Bradley Stern

Britney, Rihanna, Kesha and even Caitlyn Jenner are all making it very clear: You don’t own them.


Goldroom Provides A Dreamy Summer Soundtrack With ‘It’s Like You Never Went Away’ EP

by Bradley Stern

I’ve been known to appreciate a good song or two, it’s true — especially when said songs sounds super dreamy and nostalgic. Aesthetically pleasing videos are also great. And a clever digital marketing campaign? That’s an added cyber-cherry on top. Conveniently, Goldroom‘s gone ahead and just done all of those things at once. With his new EP, It’s Like… Read the full article


Hilary Duff’s “Sparks” Video Is Now Tinder Free, The Way God Intended

by Bradley Stern

The ‘Dignity’ diva uploaded a dance-only version of her candy coated, Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip for “Sparks.” No voiceovers, no taking a crazy chance (why not?) on some dates — just down and dirty dancing the whole way through.


The “Lost” Mariah Carey Interview, An Essential For Pop Nerds And Lambily Alike

by Bradley Stern

  Mariah Carey is, as we best know her today, a fabulously over-the-top, Frito pie loving Elusive Chanteuse equipped with her own lighting crew and, assuming my grassroots campaign for the category of Shade Throw to be added in time for the Rio Olympic Summer Games, is well on her way to becoming America’s leading medalist by… Read the full article


Sky Ferreira’s New Album Is Inspired By Fever Ray (Thank God)

by Bradley Stern

Tonight, on #SKYWATCH: Sky Ferreira is listening to one of her favorite albums, Fever Ray‘s self-titled debut — that’s Karin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife, mind you — and it’s serving as a major inspiration for her upcoming sophomore record, Masochism. For those unfamiliar, Fever Ray was released back in 2009, and it’s a wonderfully brooding,… Read the full article