And they BOTH posted videos of it on Instagram. What does it all mean?!
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.
Their hips DEFINITELY don’t lie. And they’re doing it for charity!
The taste of her “cherry Chapstick” is WHAT?!
I went to Lana Del Rey’s show Friday at the Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, and this is what happened.
This is just a really good pop song.
Last week, J.Lo hosted a private listening party for her upcoming album at an oceanside restaurant in Malibu, Calif. Here’s what BuzzFeed saw and heard.
It’s dark, moody, and everything we have come to expect from the sultry pop star.
You’ll never hear these songs the same again.
It’s called “Chandelier” and we are not worthy.
Cheryl Cole is a RBD (really big deal) in the UK and you’re really missing out if you haven’t heard of her. *Steps off soap box*
Nickolay Lamm uses graphs in his project “Money, Love, And Sex Songs” to show how different words and phrases have been used in pop music from 1960 to the present.
“I would like to send you a memory.” Buried deep within the internet’s most notorious comment section lies a treasure trove of personal stories that prove the power of pop music better than any video ever could.
Why listen to one song when you can listen to 68 of them mashed together?
It’s never too late to love an early-aughts boy band. Especially one with hair like theirs.
May we never forget she wrote a song called “Drunk Text.”
This year, it seems we’ve all decided it’s Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” but every summer has one — that one pop song whose catchy lyrics and summery vibe make it indelibly associated with the season.
A compilation of really good pop songs that came out ~around~ this summer. Post your own favorites in the comments, please!
All hail Princess Selena Gomez!
Because she’s about to be a Very Big Deal. Meet Lorde.
Famous lyrics, taken literally.
Here’s everything you need to know about the growing feminist backlash against the country pop star and her music.
We’ve now officially entered the season of year-in-review mashups.
Who knew that underneath her hit pop song was a really gorgeous ballad?
This is a long list, and it has a lot of songs on it. But they’re all in order, and they’re all from the ’90s, so hopefully those things will both be appealing. Let me know what you think of it!