The dance classic, now 20, has a little-known original version that makes us appreciate the famous one even more.
No, not in *that* way, but the song seems to be more about the artists' musical encounter than any anonymous sexual one.
Luke Bryan's not waiting for the quarter-after-one, a-little-drunk phone call--he's saying "come and get it whenever."
The UK art-rock greats feature prominently in Avril's new paean to willing immaturity, for reasons not particularly clear.
Listen to great singles from Fall Out Boy, Ariana Grande, Drake, Justin Bieber, Girls' Generation and many more.
Madonna's gauche satire of modernity, "American Life," turns 10 years old.
On the song's 25th anniversary, a look at the one thing keeping "Fast Car" from total perfection.
A "remix" in more ways than one.
Aggression to spare for one of the rougher songs on "I Am Not a Human Being II."
Lil Wayne gives some charity work to Soulja Boy for reasons undisclosed.
A dramatic, emotional sample prompts Lil Wayne to rap about...the same things he always raps about.
We remember this song, unfortunately.
Lil Wayne maintains focus for one song on "I Am Not a Human Being II," even if it's just to brag about his gun prowess.
The first appearance of 2 Chainz on Lil Wayne's new one, and not a moment too soon.