24 really cute New Yorkers told BuzzFeed who they first swooned over in the music world. Their answers ranged from Chris Brown to Kim Gordon. So, tell us — who was YOUR first musical heartthrob?
The venerable R&B and hip hop publication that helped document the history of pop culture in the ‘90s is reportedly set to cease publication at the end of this year. Here is a look at some of the memorable covers from the decade.
This illustrated playlist will fill your life with pure, overpowering joy.
Whether she’s dancing in an industrial warehouse or just lounging around in her living room, we can’t take our eyes off of her.
Like, did you know Rashida Jones sings on a bunch of Maroon 5 tunes?
Less a film than a morality play, Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor presents HIV as a “sinner’s disease.”
You guys, this was and still is awesome.
The Super Bowl halftime show is ostensibly something the whole family can enjoy, and yet it’s so consistently, totally weird.
And by festive I mean confusing.
Skin-tight getups are a mainstay of pop fashion, from Britney and Beyoncé to Lady Gaga and…uh, Marilyn Manson.
From Green Day’s “Longview” to Britney Spears’ “Touch of My Hand,” pop stars love to sing about self-pleasure.
From kidnappings to custody battles, cell phone fights and sibling wars, it’s all explained here in what seems to be the never-ending drama involving Michael Jackson’s kids.
Janet Jackson was given this doll as a gift on her tour.
To mark the passing of Masturbation Month, here are 40 musical odes to onanism. These songs are either completely about masturbation, make reference to masturbation or involve sex toys designed for self-pleasure. This list is by no means comprehensive. Add your favorite auto-erotic tracks in the comments below!
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At least to Jermain Dupree she is. Permanently. I know this isn’t 1996 and we aren’t all still listening to The Velvet Rope in our Discmen, but this requires some serious WTF.
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Good Magazine maps out historical routes from Christopher Columbus to Amelia Earhart. This would have come in so handy in middle school, when we stupidly relied on Janet Jackson for our geography lessons.
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