• Kelly Clarkson Move You
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    Let Kelly Clarkson Move You: The Deep Cuts

    She’s back! Kelly Clarkson debuted her highly anticipated new single “Love So Soft” this morning. The singer took to her socials over the last week to tease the new single with imagery and short clips of the track. Then yesterday, she teased the hashtag #MoveYou accompanied by a clip of what sounds like another track causing the internet to go into a frenzy. “Is a full Clarkson album on the way?,” “Are we getting a double dose of new Kelly goodness?” This morning, along with Clarkson’s new fiery single, she dropped the emotional new ballad “Move You,” along with the artwork (seen below) and title of her upcoming album. When talking…

  • katy perry 2017

    Dear Katy Perry: An Open Letter to a Pop Star

    Dear Katy Perry, You look tired. The vivacious pop star that once graced the top of the charts with pop masterpieces that made boys dream about “California Girls” and girls relive their “Last Friday Night” is seemingly distant. And that’s okay. We’re not mad, we’re just worried. What started as a low-key feud with Taylor Swift, turned into a full-blown war. A war you’re not winning. You performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2015; a moment that should have defined you, at the top of your game. The colorful performance though was second fiddle to the “left shark controversy” regarding Swift’s male dancer. That’s what people remember. Then…

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    Album Review: Adam Lambert ‘The Original High’

    On June 16th, Adam Lambert will release The Original High, his third studio album. The first on Warner Bros. Records, who he signed with after parting ways with RCA Records late last year. In April, the former American Idol finalist released the album’s lead single “Ghost Town,” which is already showing well on the charts and radio. There’s no doubt that the reunion with his “Whatya Want From Me” co-writer Max Martin and Shellback, who serve as the album’s Executive Producers, contributed to it’s early buzz. While Lambert is perhaps the most controversial — and vocally talented– contestant from American Idol‘s 14 seasons, his need for reinvention was clear after his first two efforts fell flat with the masses.…