dispatches from the pop scene...minus the corn syrup.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

US Chart Roundup: Pharrell's "Happy" Is The First #1 Of 2014 To Not Have A Feature On It

Pharrell Williams' enjoyable soul jam "Happy" finally hops up to #1 on the Hot 100 after spending two weeks in the runner-up position. It's now the fourth song to top the chart in 2014, and the first one to not have a "feature" on it (after Eminem featuring Rihanna's "The Monster," Pitbull featuring Ke$ha's "Timber" and Katy Perry featuring Juicy J's "Dark Horse").

Meanwhile, Pharrell's G I R L album, which will be released this coming Monday (March 3), boasts collaborations with Daft Punk ("Gust Of Wind")...

...Miley Cyrus ("Come Get It Bae")...

...and Justin Timberlake ("Brand New").

And that's that.

The U.S. Top 10:

1. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams *1 week*
2. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J
3. "Talk Dirty" - Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz
4. "All Of Me" - John Legend
5. "Drunk In Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay Z
6. "Pompeii" - Bastille
7. "Team" - Lorde
8. "Say Something" - A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
9. "Counting Stars" - OneRepublic
10. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

My Kylie Minogue Interview

I had a long talk with Kylie Minogue again in early February, for an interview that was published this morning on Idolator and a piece that will appear in the April issue of Instinct. She was very open to talking about most aspects of putting together her upcoming album Kiss Me Once, and I got the sense that the year spent recording songs for the record, plus the process of whittling them all down to a decent LP, was a very stressful time for her. You wouldn't know it from listening to the album, though.

Having heard Kiss Me Once in full, I feel like it's a very decent set that fans of Kylie's will return to again and again. It's way more X than it is Aphrodite, and that's not a bad thing at all, in my book.

Anyway, check out the interview via the Idolator link above!

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Frankmusik & RuPaul Announce New Albums, But Only One Has The Frankmusik/RuPaul Duet

Above is the flashy, quite lovely cover of Frankmusik's upcoming album By Nicole, while below is the cover of RuPaul's Born Naked, which is out today. (How very Beyonce of Ru.)

Born Naked just happens to contain a duet between the two artists, titled "Fly Tonight," and its a straight forward, feel-good love song tailor made for dancefloor bliss. Pick Ru's album up for this track alone.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

UK Chart Roundup: Sam Smith Makes Some Money

If 2013 was John Newman's year then 2014 will likely belong to Sam Smith. The 21-year-old crooner lands his first hit as a lead artist this week with "Money On My Mind," following his well-timed BRITs Critics' Choice award. The song goes in at #1 on the UK chart, thus ending the four-week reign of Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne's "Rather Be." The last time Smith saw such heights was as a vocalist on Naughty Boy's single "La La La," which topped the chart last spring.

Over on the album chart, a slew of BRITs winners fly back into the Top 10 — like Arctic Monkeys, Disclosure and Rudimental — leaving Katy B's Little Red to get knocked down from #1 to #8.

The UK Top 10:

1. "Money On My Mind" - Sam Smith *new* *1 week*
2. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
3. "Rather Be" - Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne
4. "Say Something" - A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera *new*
5. "Stay The Night" - Zedd feat. Hayley Williams
6. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J
7. "Shot Me Down" - David Guetta feat. Skylar Grey
8. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
9. "Crying For No Reason" - Katy B
10. "Dibby Dibby Sound" - DJ Fresh Vs. Jay Fay feat. Ms. Dynamite

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" Video: Watch Dark Boobs Pretend To Be Egyptian

Life in plastic continues to be fantastic for Katy Perry, as her latest video, "Dark Horse," plays out like some cheeseball Disney flick aimed at five-year-olds. The current chart-topping screech doll is decked out like Cleopatra in the clip, and men line up to shower her with gifts.

Apparently, she's only pole-dancing for Juicy J, though. The pastel is colorful, the scenery is eye-popping and it's another giant hit for Katy, so throw another quarter between those jugs, baby and make 'em bounce.

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2014 BRIT Awards: Winners, Performances & Kylie + Dannii Minogue On The Red Carpet

The best thing about the 2014 BRIT Awards? Kylie and Dannii Minogue hit the red carpet together and looked utterly stunning. Here's hoping it's all leading up to Dannii's return to music...oh, and Kylie has a new album out next month, too.

Until then, here's who performed, and who won awards last night:

Katy Perry performs "Dark Horse" at The BRIT Awards

Bruno Mars performs "Treasure" at The BRIT Awards

Beyonce performs "XO" at The BRIT Awards

Ellie Goulding performs "I Need Your Love/Burn" at The BRIT Awards

Disclosure, Lorde & AlunaGeorge perform "Royals/White Noise" at The BRIT Awards

Pharrell & Nile Rodgers perform "Get Lucky/Good Times/Happy" at The BRIT Awards

BRITISH GROUP: Arctic Monkeys
BRITISH SINGLE: Rudimental, “Waiting All Night”
BRITISH VIDEO OF THE YEAR: One Direction, “Best Song Ever”

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US Chart Roudup: Katy Perry Takes "Dark Horse" To The BRIT Awards

It's a fourth week at #1 for Katy Perry's "Dark Horse," and in addition to the music video premiering at some point today, the suddenly-Egyptian-leaning chart menace performed the single at the BRIT Awards yesterday. (Full list of winners & performances here.)

Here's that particular extravaganza:

The U.S. Top 10:

1. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J *4 weeks*
2. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
3. "Talk Dirty" - Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz
4. "Say Something" - A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
5. "Drunk In Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay Z
6. "Counting Stars" - OneRepublic
7. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
8. "Pompeii" - Bastille
9. "Team" - Lorde
10. "Let Her Go" - Passenger

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Lady Gaga Performed "Artpop" On The 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' Last Night

A quick catchup on Lady Gaga: "Applause" was a late-summer hit; ARTPOP underperformed in the fall; "Do What U Want" was derailed in December by (let's face it) the renewed horror of duet partner R. Kelly's sex crime accusations; swapping out R. Kelly for Christina Aguilera did nothing to bolster the chart fortunes of "Do What U Want," nor did the video ever get a release; Gaga claimed ARTPOP got off track because people (read: her manager) deserted her when she needed them most.

So here were are now with the resurfacing of Mother Monster, who performed on night #2 of Jimmy Fallon's new stint as host of the Tonight Show. Strangely, she didn't perform "Gypsy," which is rumored to be the official third single off ARTPOP — rather, she served up a pretty nice, piano-driven rendition of the title track.

Who knows if this album campaign can be turned around, but it does kind of feel like do or die time, no?


Surprise: Pharrell's New Album 'G I R L' Out In Two Weeks

Pharrell has scored three hits in the past year that have landed at either #1 or #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, but only one of those, "Happy," was credited to him as the lead artist. But, ta da — his second studio album, G I R L, has been given the surprise release date of Monday, March 3. That puts it up against new releases from Imogen Heap, Ashanti (LOL, etc.) and Lea Michele. Cue up Lea Michele letting out a power vocal shriek.

The press release for the album gives little to no information about G I R L itself, other than the fact that lead single "Happy" will be performed live tonight at the BRIT Awards and the night before Pharrell's LP release (March 2) at the Academy Awards.

There is, however, this album teaser, which features some nice strings:


Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Paris Hilton's "Never Be Alone": Watch, Listen And Be Utterly Amazed

I posted this video clip for Paris Hilton's "Never Be Alone" over at Idolator on Friday, but it wasn't really known then whether it was indeed a new Paris Hilton song or not. Four days later, the Internet at large has just gone with it and touted this as a clip of the video for her new single, so... here it be:


Monday, February 17, 2014

Give Kylie Minogue's 'Kiss Me Once' An Early Listen Via This Album Sampler

Kylie Minogue's 12th studio LP Kiss Me Once won't be out for another month, but there's now an album sampler online for you to give each song a listen. It's still a bit early in the game, but, having heard the thing in its entirety (more on that shortly), I can say that the title track, a Sia production, is a standout piece of Kylie goodness.


Sunday, February 16, 2014

UK Chart Roundup: Katy B Is Big Red!

If you've not yet gotten ahold of Katy B's fan-fucking-tastic sophomore album Little Red, then you're missing out on the year's (so far) biggest '90s house music throwback party. The LP crashed into the top of the UK chart today, doing one better than Katy's first record, On A Mission, which peaked at #2 in 2011. Likewise, latest Little Red single "Crying For No Reason" climbs two notches to #5, after initially peaking at #4 two weeks ago.

Here's my copy of Little Red, which arrived from Amazon UK on Friday:

And here's a Little Red album sampler:

The UK Top 10:

1. "Rather Be" - Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne *4 weeks*
2. "Stay The Night" - Zedd feat. Hayley Williams *new*
3. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
4. "Shot Me Down" - David Guetta feat. Skylar Grey *new*
5. "Crying For No Reason" - Katy B
6. "Dibby Dibby Sound" - DJ Fresh Vs. Jay Fay feat. Ms. Dynamite
7. "Feelin' Myself" - Will.i.am feat. Miley Cyrus, etc.
8. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
9. "Ready For Your Love" - Gorgon City feat. MNEK
10. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J

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Friday, February 14, 2014

Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" Music Video: Watch A Preview

Looks like someone just sucked off the CEO of Kay Jewelers. This trash premieres in full on February 20.


Mariah Carey And Her Giant Mimis Glitter In The "You're Mine (Eternal)" Music Video

In this video for "You're Mine (Eternal)", Mariah Carey covers her whistle-boobs while she arches on a chair by a waterfall, as shirtless Trey Songz flexes at a photo shoot, selfishly keeping what I'm guessing is his massive monster cock under wraps.

But we all know The Butterfly must be fed, so here's hoping there is much on-camera motorboating in the remix video? [*whistle shriek!!!*]

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Thursday, February 13, 2014

US Chart Roundup: Dark Princess Katy Perry's 32-Week Reign Of Chart-Topping Terror

With three weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, "Dark Horse" now boasts one of Katy Perry's lengthier stints at #1. The broad has nine singles that have climbed to the peak position on the chart, but with "Roar" having spent two weeks at #1, "Part Of Me" racking up one week and "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" also having done a two-week stay, we have to go back to "E.T." in 2011 to find her last single that spent a longer period at the top (five non-consecutive weeks).

The breakdown is as follows (and you can tell what a boring chart week it is if I'm bothering to type out this trash):

1. "I Kissed A Girl", 2008 (seven weeks)
2. "California Gurls", 2010 (six weeks)
3. "Teenage Dream", 2010 (two weeks)
4. "Firework", 2010-11 (four weeks)
5. "E.T.", 2011 (five weeks)
6. "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)", 2011 (two weeks)
7. "Part Of Me", 2012 (one week)
8. "Roar", 2013 (two weeks)
9. "Dark Horse", 2014 (three weeks so far)

And that, folks, is fascinating.

The U.S. Top 10:

1. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J *3 weeks*
2. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
3. "Talk Dirty" - Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz
4. "Say Something" - A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
5. "Let Her Go" - Passenger
6. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
7. "Counting Stars" - OneRepublic
8. "Drunk In Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay Z
9. "Team" - Lorde
10. "Pompeii" - Bastille

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

My Colbie Caillat Interview

In late December I interviewed Colbie Caillat at the Universal offices here in New York, and that whole shebang is finally online. She talked about recording an album that had a '70s vibe with John Shanks, which was supposed to come out last year, then scrapping it in favor of a more pop album produced by people like Babyface and Ryan Tedder, which will be released in the spring. You can read it over at Idolator.

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Mariah Carey's "You're Mine (Eternal)" Is Pretty Great: Listen To The New Single

Maybe it's the news that Robyn is working with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, but I have found myself in the mood for some old-school, '80s and '90s R&B lately. So consider me thrilled that Mariah Carey enlisted Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins for her latest single, "You're Mine (Eternal)".

The song premiered just a few minutes ago, and at first it comes off like a rehash of "We Belong Together." But then that chugging synth 'n' bass kick in, and Mimi whistle-shrieks at the end just like old times, and it's all over, friends. It's all over, and we're all the better for it.

Here's the single version...

...and the remixed version with Trey Songz:

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It's Lily Allen's "Air Balloon" Video

Lily Allen hangs out in Cape Town with butterflies, zebras, a pack of sketchy looking guys and mushrooms in the video for bratty track "Air Balloon," the second single off her upcoming third album. The end of the clip finds her floating around in space...and me not really sure what I just watched. But here you have it:


Prayers Have Been Answered: Here's An All-Ke$ha, Pitbull-less Version Of "Timber"

Last month some hot Ke$ha fan had the bright idea to take "Timber" and swap out Pitbull's trashy rap-singing for vocals from unreleased K$ track "Woo Hoo." The result is a much classier listening experience, don't you think?

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Monday, February 10, 2014

Mariah Carey's "You're Mine (Eternal)" Out This Week, New Album Has May Release Date

Here's the cover art for Mariah Carey's timely new single "You're Mine (Eternal)", which arrives on Wednesday (February 12) — two days ahead of Valentine's Day.

And here's a teaser video for the song, in which we do not hear any of the new single, but in which we do learn that Mimi's 14th studio album will be released on May 6:


It's Neneh Cherry & Robyn's "Out Of The Black"

"Out Of The Black" is the lead single off Neneh Cherry's upcoming album Blank Project, her first in 18 years. The song is a collaboration with Robyn, and I wish I could say I was completely into it, but it's lacking a certain Robyn-esque quality for me.

Oh, well — roll on the Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis tracks!

Sunday, February 09, 2014

UK Chart Roundup: Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" Sounds Really Good At A Birthday Party

On Saturday night I threw a birthday party here at my New York pad, and several old friends, work friends, online friends and folks from far and wide attended. Several of the songs you'll see below were on my four-and-a-half-hour birthday party playlist, including Clean Bandit's "Rather Be," Pharrell's "Happy," Ke$ha's "Timber" and Katy B's "Crying For No Reason."

Just a friendly FYI tip: "Rather Be" sounds really, really good above the din of a house party. Here's that jam once again:

The UK Top 10:

1. "Rather Be" - Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne *3 weeks*
2. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
3. "Dibby Dibby Sound" - DJ Fresh Vs. Jay Fay feat. Ms. Dynamite *new*
4. "Feelin' Myself" - Will.i.am feat. Miley Cyrus, etc.
5. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
6. "Ready For Your Love" - Gorgon City feat. MNEK
7. "Crying For No Reason" - Katy B
8. "If I Lose Myself" - OneRepublic
9. "Braveheart" - Neon Jungle
10. "Hey Brother" - Avicii

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Friday, February 07, 2014

It's Annie's "Russian Kiss": Watch The Video For The Gay Rights Protest Song

Annie's political single "Russian Kiss," released to coincide with the Sochi Winter Olympics and to call attention to Russia's barbaric treatment of gays, now has a music video/short film...AND the single is now available on iTunes worldwide! Proceeds from the sale of the single go to benefit the gay rights organization All Out.

The song itself, a collaboration with Norwegian artist Bjarne Melgaard that's produced by Richard X, is in the same vein as Annie's superb A&R EP from last year. The video was directed by Richard Kern, and it features lots of same-sex kissing...and moaning. Enjoy.

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Thursday, February 06, 2014

It's George Michael's "Let Her Down Easy" Video

So, the guy who deflowers the hapless "Her" in George Michael's "Let Her Down Easy" video can take away my virginity any time. It's up for grabs and very available. Just putting that on the table. Okay, c-ya.


US Chart Roundup: We Have Lived To See Beyonce Land Another Top 10 Hit

Following their performance at the Grammys the other week, Beyonce and Jay Z's "Drunk In Love" jumps up from #13 to #2, thus giving Bey her first Top 10 single as a lead artist since "Sweet Dreams" hit #10 in 2009. The last time this classy broad was seen in the Top 10 altogether was when she featured on Lady Gaga's "Telephone," which climbed to #3 in 2010. "Drunk In Love" also marks Beyonce's highest-charting single since "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" reached #1 in 2008.

Pharrell Williams' "Happy" also makes its first appearance in the Top 10 this week, at #8. The retro-sounding soul track, already a #1 hit in the UK, Germany, France and Australia, is off the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack (and will also serve as the first single off Pharrell's upcoming sophomore album). I like that jam.

On a final note, Shakira and Rihanna's "Can't Remember To Forget You" rebounds, following the premiere of the lesbian fest video, and jumps 46 positions to #15. Personally, I thought the whole thing needed more scissoring, but that's just me.

The U.S. Top 10:

1. "Dark Horse" - Katy Perry feat. Juicy J *2 weeks*
2. "Drunk In Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay Z
3. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
4. "Talk Dirty" - Jason Derulo feat. 2 Chainz
5. "Counting Stars" - OneRepublic
6. "Let Her Go" - Passenger
7. "Say Something" - A Great Big World & Christina Aguilera
8. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
9. "Royals" - Lorde
10. "Team" - Lorde

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Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Annie Teases "Russian Kiss": Preview The Richard X-Produced Gay Rights Single

Annie and longtime producer Richard X weren't done collaborating with last summer's The A&R EP. The Norwegian minx is releasing a new X-helmed sigle this Friday (February 7) called "Russian Kiss," to coincide with the Winter Olympics and to highlight the absurdity of Russia's anti-gay laws. A short film is said to be accompanying the song once it's released.

Annie posted a snippet of the track, which features fellow Norwegian Bjarn Melgaard, a painter. It doesn't sound too dissimilar from the stuff on The A&R EP, which, if you ask me, is just fine.

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Katy B's 'Little Red': Get This Album (And Listen To All The Tracks Right Here)

If you're still not hip to the notion that flame-wigged British chanteuse Katy B has the first great album of 2014 with Little Red, then give a listen to the album sampler below.

As I wrote on Idolator yesterday, "The singer weaves her words atop retro synths and club grooves straight out of the Bush, Sr. and Clinton eras on tracks like 'Next Thing,'' '5 AM,' 'Aaliyah' and 'I Like You,; all to the benefit of everyone’s ’90s throwback sensibilities. It’s not all oonce-oonce-oonce, however, as Katy dabbles with old-school R&B on 'Tumbling Down' and straight-up ’80s synth balladry on current UK chart hit 'Crying For No Reason' and the moody 'Emotions'."

Listen to snippets of each track and pick Little Red up in the UK on February 10, or whenever the eff it's out in the States.


Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Robyn Is Recording With Jimmy Jam (And, One Would Presume, Terry Lewis)

We all knew that Robyn has been cracking away at making new music to (hopefully) be released sometime in 2014, but what we didn't know is that she's paired up with Jimmy Jam – aka the man who, along with Terry Lewis, is behind such pop classics as Janet Jackson's "Love Will Never Do Without You" (and every other Janet jam you can think of), Karyn White's "Romantic," Human League's "Human," Jordan Knight's "Give It To You," Usher's "U Remind Me" and Boyz II Men's "On Bended Knee."

Said the man on Twitter:

Good, good stuff. Now we just need Janet to come back with actual good music.


It's George Michael's Cover Of Terence Trent D'Arby's "Let Her Down Easy"

So I didn't pay too much attention to Terence Trent D'Arby's third album Symphony Or Damn upon its release in 1993, though I did see him open for Duran Duran that summer in Cleveland, and, in, turn, most likely watched him perform the album's fourth single "Let Her Down Easy" (a #18 hit in the UK).

So now that George Michael has covered and premiered the song as the first single off his upcoming album Symphonica, I'm kind of smitten with it. George does an okay job, but Terence's version is truly amazing. (I say this, of course, after knowing the song for all of one day.)

Here's a preview of George's upcoming video for the track:

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Monday, February 03, 2014

Kylie Minogue's Cinematic "Into The Blue" Video Is Giving Me The Finer Feelings: Watch

[Insert simple French word or phrase here]! Kylie's video for "Into The Blue" finally premiered, and it shows the Queen Of Everything having a romp with French actor Clement Sibony. There's a lot of rolling around in sheets, dancing around at a party and even a lovers' spat.

Dawn Shadforth, who was behind klassic Kylie klips "Spinning Around," "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" and "Chocolate," directed "Into The Blue." Those are more recent, however, than 1992's "Finer Feelings," which this one actually reminds me of the most. Watch both videos below.

"Into The Blue"

"Finer Feelings"

"Into The Blue" is available now on US iTunes.


Sunday, February 02, 2014

Kylie Minogue Teases "Into The Blue" Video With Two More Preview Clips

Following Friday's Instagram tease of Kylie Minogue's "Into The Blue" video (it premieres in full tomorrow), the Queen Of Everything posted two more preview clips over the weekend. Have at them below, and be thankful she didn't drag this all out for a week or two, like some artists/labels do.

Oh, and by the way, I'm on Instagram! Give me a follow, would you?


UK Chart: Holy Fuck — Sophie Ellis-Bextor Has A Hit Album & Katy B Has Another Top 10 Single!

Ahoy from the Land Of People Not Watching The Super Bowl! So, remember how Sophie Ellis-Bextor's new album Wanderlust surprisingly debuted at #4 on the UK album chart last week? Good news: This week it only slips one spot down, to #5. I know, I know — sexy glamour, right? Further to that, lead single "Young Blood" moves up 21 positions to #34, giving Sophe her highest single on the chart since "Bittersweet" made it to #25 in 2010.

Naturally, Sophie's pretty excited:

And that brings us to Katy B, whose fantastic synth jam "Crying For No Reason" debuts at #5, thus becoming her first Top 10 single from the Little Red era (previous two singles "What Love Is Made Of" and "5 AM" peaked at #21 and #14, respectively). Altogether, Katy has landed four Top 10 hits in the UK, the highest-charting one being 2010's "Lights On," which made it to #4.

And look — Katy's just as jazzed as Sophie:

Entirely good stuff this week.

The UK Top 10:

1. "Rather Be" - Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne *2 weeks*
2. "Feelin' Myself" - Will.i.am feat. Miley Cyrus, etc. *new*
3. "Happy" - Pharrell Williams
4. "Ready For Your Love" - Gorgon City feat. MNEK *new*
5. "Crying For No Reason" - Katy B *new*
6. "Timber" - Pitbull feat. Ke$ha
7. "Braveheart" - Neon Jungle
8. "Hey Brother" - Avicii
9. "Drunk In Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay Z
10. "Trumpets" - Jason Derulo

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Saturday, February 01, 2014

Kylie Instagrams Iconic Workout Photo In Heels, Premieres 2 Seconds Of "Into The Blue" Vid

These two epic pieces of media come to you courtesy of Kylie Minogue's Instagram account over the past two days. By the way, are you following me on Instagram? No? Well, let's get to it.

Kylie's full "Into The Blue" video premieres on Monday (February 3). The single is now available for download from US iTunes.


The Miley Cyrus & Madonna Pair-Up On MTV Unplugged Wasn't Too Embarrassing

So, Miley Cyrus' MTV Unplugged special aired on Wednesday, and it took me a day to get around to watching that trash. I more than half expected the Madonna duet to be a painful horror show, but it wasn't too embarrassing — other than Miley seeming thirsty for Madge's mothball-infested kabballah box.

Here those broads are mashing up Ye Olde Vampyre's "Don't Tell Me" with Miley's "We Can't Stop."

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Shakira & Rihanna'a Video Could Have Been Sexier With Gerard Pique's Naked Butt In It

Everyone loves to be all dicks-out when women put their hands on Shakira's hot Colombian butt, hence 24 million views and "Can't Remember To Forget You" flying back into the Top 20 on iTunes since the premiere of the Rihanna duet's music video. Oooooh...superstar lezbox.

Good thing, too, since the single took quite a tumble on the Hot 100 chart this week. Still, why couldn't they do an alternate video where Shakira's man, footballer Gerard Pique, got his butt out and then lots of people started touching it and then he decided to get out his footballs and someone handed him a banana and a tube of toothpaste and then...

...well, forget it, because all we get is this:


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