Lady Gaga headlined this years Pepsi Halftime show at Superbowl 51. Now when they announced that Lady Gaga would be headlining, I was excited because not only does Gaga have hits, but she can perform her ass off. As for this performance, well it was a “slay no slay” for me. Continue reading “Sound Off: Lady Gaga Slay No Slay?”
There’s a lot of videos hitting the net this weekend and some from more ‘popular’ artists than others. Whether the artist is popular, or not, music is music and I’ve decided to compile all the videos into one post.
Although Chris Brown is locked up at the moment the video for his track ‘Loyal’ featuring Lil Wayne & Tyga has surfaced. Check it out below:
Lady Gaga might not have released the video for ‘Do What U Want’ (feat. R. Kelly) but she has released the video for her 3rd single from Artpop, ‘G.U.Y.’ Check the (nearly) 12 minute production below:
I have not heard much from Fefe Dobson in FOREVER, but as I’ve stated music is music and here is her new video, ‘In Better Hands’:
Last week I posted the bracket for Billboard’s Hot 100 March Madness 2014 where songs were paired up in a list comprised of 32 songs and the sweet 16 was announced Monday (3.10). The votes are in and here’s who made the list. First up, my picks. Was I right?
Lorde ‘Royals’ v. Avicii ‘Wake Me Up’
Pink/Nate Reuss ‘Just Give Me a Reason’ v. One Republic ‘Counting Stars’
Pharrell ‘Happy’ v. Imagine Dragons ‘Radioactive’
Eminem/Rihanna ‘The Monster’ v. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ‘Can’t Hold Us’
Katy Perry ‘Roar’ v. Daft Punk/Pharrell ‘Get Lucky’
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ‘Thrift Shop’ v. Pitbull/Ke$ha ‘Timber’
Miley Cyrus ‘Wrecking Ball’ v. One Direction ‘Best Song Ever’
Katy Perry/Juicy J ‘Dark Horse’ v. Robin Thicke/Pharrell/T.I. ‘Blurred Lines’
Here’s the REAL standings (CLICK TO ENLARGE IMAGE)
I wasn’t too far off. All my votes were right except for ‘The Monster’ v. ‘Can’t Hold Us’; Mirrors beat ‘Can’t Hold Us.’ As for the last category I was wrong with my KP / Robin Thicke battle. It comes down to Lady Gaga’s, ‘Applause,’ versus Rihanna’s, ‘Stay.’ Tune in next week to see who makes the top 8.
Here are my picks:
Lorde, ‘Royals’ v. P!nk, ‘Just Give Me a Reason’
Imagine Dragons, ‘Radiactive’ v. Justin Timberlake, ‘Mirrors’
Daft Punk, ‘Get Lucky’ v. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, ‘Thrift Shop’
Miley Cyrus, ‘Wrecking Ball’ v. Rihanna, ‘Stay’
To vote, CLICK HERE!