13 years ago today, Eminem began what remains his longest stay atop the Billboard Hot 100 when “Lose Yourself” reached No. 1. The rap hit held onto the top spot for 12 weeks.
Why do I like this song so much... is there something wrong with me? is a series that gets updated anytime I find myself listening to a song on repeat that I have no business listening to on repeat. Why? Because as a young lad I only listened to Hip-Hop and Punk Music and could hold my own in a conversation about why Hip-Hop is or isn't a sub-genre of Punk (I could argue either side with ease.) I would (incorrectly) call people sellouts just for letting their already recorded song in a car commercial. So how can it be that I now feel excitement instead of disgust on the dancefloor when a Chris Brown song produced by DJ Mustard comes on?
And how can it be that I listen to these songs on repeat?
Why do I like these songs so much... is there something wrong with me?
Sam Smith dropped by BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac show to talk about the release of "In the Lonely Hour (Drowning Shadows Edition)," an expanded version of his 2014 debut. One of the "new" songs on the re-release is a cover of Amy Winehouse's "Love is a Losing Game," which Mac played to intro the segment.
27 years ago, The Beach Boys set two records when their song “Kokomo” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top 100.
Award shows should almost never be three hours long. Most movies shouldn't be three hours long. But I'll make an exception when it comes to the CMAs, a ceremony that packs enough live into a telecast to make it all worthwhile. Legend after legend performed classic songs, and a few newbies snuck in to enrapture a national audience too.
Feast your ears on 13 new re-imagined versions of iconic Disney songs like “Colors of the Wind”, “Let It Go”, and “Zero to Hero”. These and more are all part of Disney's newest album titled “We Love Disney”, which features an array of current artists, ranging from pop star Ariana Grande to rockers Fall Out Boy.
Twenty years after Alanis Morissette released her Grammy-winning smash "Jagged Little Pill," the phenomenon of that candid, abrasive, universally relatable pop-rock album is a trip to analyze. Morissette was a peculiar, acquired taste that almost everyone acquired.
In her grand tradition of inviting guests to sing with her on tour, Taylor Swift once again slayed her Halloween live show by inviting Broadway star Idina Menzel on stage with her to duet "Let It Go". Taylor and Idina not only sang the iconic Frozen together, they also wore themed costumes!
15 years ago today was a beautiful day for U2 fans: On October 30, 2000, their album “All That You Can’t Leave Behind” hit record store shelves.