Let’s get this party started.
Adele! Kanye! Rihanna! Frank Ocean! Sufjan! Seriously, we’re freaking out.
Let us be your DJ tonight.
It was a good year for girl power.
You know all the words but you don’t know this.
Maybe you didn’t realize that you needed any more, but you absolutely DO.
Slaaaaaay you’ll be there.
Here are the songs that defined America from Nov. 4 to Nov. 10, presented by BuzzFeed and Spotify. A state’s “signature song” is not its most popular, but its most distinctive — that is to say, the one that residents of that state streamed proportionally the most as compared with the U.S. as a whole.
Pegacorns, Cheetos, and Power Rangers, oh my! Last-minute inspiration from music’s biggest stars (and some of their offspring!).
Find out which girl you’re most ~in sync~ with.
Harmonizers uniiiiiiite! I am here for this hard.
If the South gets its way, Beyoncé will take home the big one.
I went to Austin Mahone’s concert with Fifth Harmony, The Vamps, and Shawn Mendes on Wednesday at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles and this is what I learned.
Her tourmates better sleep with their eyes open!
Who said girl power was a thing of the past?
And, like, a bunch of other people too.
When the girls stopped by the BuzzFeed offices we couldn’t let them leave without living through some real life scenarios.
No one gave Fifth Harmony a second look, but it’s possible they could be declared the winners tonight. Here’s why.