“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.
Welcome to the new age.
Why listen to one song when you can listen to 68 of them mashed together?
Ready your playlists!
It’s never too late to love an early-aughts boy band. Especially one with hair like theirs.
Where does the time go?
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!
Lap dances, dubstep and extreme hair, oh my! A look back at the trends that made up 2011.
The production team behind Rebecca Black’s “Friday” have done it again! I’m extremely ashamed to say that I’ll be listening to Madison Bray’s late entry in the Song of the Summer contest at least 10 more times today. (via nymag.com) Watch Video ›
It’s also a great way to get your Monday started off on the right foot. Bubble pop! [Ed. note: With nearly 9 million views in the last 2 weeks, this is essentially the biggest thing in South Korea right now. So you should probably check it out if you don’t want look like a total South Korea ignoramus in front of your friends.] Watch Video ›
Ke$ha finally comes clean! View Media ›
Rye Rye must have known that Robyn and her dress were going to own this video. Watch Video ›
Thanks to a couple saxy singles from Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, some media outlets are predicting that this summer will herald the return of the saxophone to pop charts and beer commercials everywhere. Let this collection of cheesy sax solos from days passed be a reminder that you must always be careful what you wish for. Watch Video ›
In an attempt to make history more accessible to students, the group behind Youtube channel historyteachers has remade a number of popular songs into history lessons. You can decide for yourself if the videos help you to remember the facts, but you know you needed to hear about the French Revolution to the tune Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance today. View List ›
So you didn’t grow up to be President, like you’d hoped. But that doesn’t mean your boyfriend can’t be one! Let this amazing J-Pop ode to our Heads of State be your guide. After watching this I’m kind of hot on Putin, not gonna lie. Watch Video ›
Unless you were introduced to this baby popstar in your middle school French class like I was, you might not know of Jordy Lemoine — the world’s youngest singer ever to have a #1 single. At four, his song ‘Dur Dur D’etre un Bébé’ (‘It’s Hard Being a Baby’) hit the charts, leading not only to charges child exploitation, but some of the most incredible live performances of all time. View List ›
Lady GaGa’s got competition in the cute department. Ever thought you’d see an adorable little British kid sing about “bluffin’ with her muffin?” These are how culture wars are started!!!!1!!!!!!1! More Baby Gaga here. Watch Video ›
The British bopper has encountered a whirlwind of controversy regarding an interview in which she commented on the media’s sensationalism of drug use, claiming that she knows “lots of people that take cocaine three nights a week and get up and go to work every day, no problem at all.” In response, cokeheads everywhere rejoiced, giving two trembling thumbs up before furiously searching for the drum ‘n bass remix to “Smile.” Read More ›