Hint: It was the year of the twerk.
From Yeezus to “Yoncé,” this is what made this year a very odd and exciting time for pop music.
Swooooon. It was a good year for Miguel.
But let’s face it, so long as there are weddings, school dances, and Bar Mitzvahs, we will never escape “Blurred Lines.”
If 1991 was the year punk broke, 2013 was the year it was completely demolished.
Not saying these are BETTER than the originals, but maybe some of them are?
Gee, what rhymes with hug me… I dunno, man.
Drake basically spent the entire year breaking his “No New Friends” vow on Instragram. SMH
Country music in 2013 was dominated by female artists, partying and liberal politics. Yes, you read that right.
From Kanye’s epic Yeezus to A$AP Ferg’s bizarro Trap Lord and the return of M.I.A., there was a lot to love this past year.
Here are the hits that made it big this year. Go ahead, have a listen!
Thought metal was inaccessible? Think again.
English-speaking countries don’t have a monopoly on great music. Sample some amazing tunes from Chile, Hong Kong, South Korea, Brazil, Angola, and more.
Here’s your ultimate reading list for the finest music-related memoirs, history books, and critical works of the year.
Here’s the best folk music of this year from seasoned guitar virtuosos to fierce female singer-songwriters.
Just try to keep in mind that talent borrows, and genius steals.
Here are some of the year’s most memorable videos that were not “Blurred Lines” or parodies of “Blurred Lines.”
Miley Cyrus is only 21. TWENTY-ONE.