SEVENTEEN is set to release next album next month.
Taylor Swift unleashes her dark side in new “Anti-Hero” music video
Despite these darker elements, “Anti-Hero” continues to be a fan favorite.
Sistar19 – “Gone Not Around Any Longer”
Bora and Hyorin retain the title of “The Body” and “The Voice” of K-pop respectively.
DMTN – “Safety Zone”
I can’t see myself listening to it for longer than a week.
BoA – “Disturbance”
Unfortunately as far as love stories go, this one was dead on arrival.
MYNAME – “Just That Little Thing”
“Just That Little Thing” has a terrific refrain, but is bogged down by lackluster video performances.
Leessang – “Tears” feat Eugene of The SEEYA
Grab the tissues… Perfect: that one word describes everything here. Hip-hop duo LeeSSang are incredibly […]
Puretty – Shuwa Shuwa Baby
Puretty’s debut “Cheki Love” flopped harder than all of 4minute’s Japanese releases.
Nine Muses – “Dolls”
Not necessarily mindblowing, but cements their identity as a group in Kpop.
TINY-G – “Minimanimo”
With the release of second single “Minimanimo”, I find myself running to them with arms wide open.
MFBTY – “Sweet Dream”
With their single “Sweet Dream” they have provided a master class on how to rap, be relevant, and release a completely incomprehensible video.
VIXX – On And On
K-pop never ceases to astound me with their choice of English lyrics.
Jenn D – You Keep Giving Me Love
The song has great lyrics like “we can make it digital” and a nice repeated “whoa uh oh” section that breaks the booming chorus in just the right spot.
Jaejoong – “Mine”
Jaejoong may be the perfect leading man, but his song is a letdown.
2Yoon – 24/7
This song has everything you want in a country jam.
Ashlee Simpson releases “Bat For A Heart” music video AKA paranormal activity 5
If this isn’t proof of demonic possession, I don’t know what is.
Secret’s Sunhwa and B.A.P’s Youngjae are 99 Cent store dute
The music video is a one way ticket to bland city.
The Saturdays’ “What About Us” is their worst single to date
The worst offence may be the half-assed attempt at a dubstep bridge that reeks of desperation.
Leighton Meester – Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)
The perfect song to play while you pout and mouth the words Lana del Rey style in your bathroom mirror.
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Pitbull feat Christina Aguilera “Feel This Moment”
The highly anticipated collaboration is part of Pitbull’s album Global Warming.
Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” raises some red flags
Unfortunately the verses are much stronger than the chorus, which just appears like it’s trying too hard to be trendy.
Little Mix “DNA” is dub, dance, choral craziness
The vocals are strong and sassy, and a bit bizarre.
Taylor Swift’s “Red” is more beige (live performance)
It’s literally by the book T. Swift, from the guitar notes to the lyrics.