Like G predicted, this bracket is about to get cray.
Athletes, musicians and politicians—all were swept up in PSY's "Gangnam Style" wave.
The "Ready or Not" singer on some of her favorites from the year, as well as what goes into making a perfect pop song.
Cher talked to us about her explosive year and the origin of her infamous "Want U Back" grunt.
Sexy, touching, funny, sexy, violent and sexy: the must-see music videos of K-2012!
Not everything in 2012 was embarrassing for the indie-pop singer. But plenty of it was.
The guy behind "We Are Young" and "Some Nights" discusses his breakout 2012, and the songs that made it possible.
From a pantsless Kanye to a shirtless Rick Ross to some people actually wearing clothes, the sights of the year that was.
Your guide to the digital fireworks of Twitter's most fiery rhetorician.
With all of the big names out, a couple underdogs in G-Dragon and Cher Lloyd face off in the finals. Vote now!!
2012 was key for our Artist of the Year, as well as for all who crossed her path. Popdust examines the Taylor Swift Effect.
Taylor opens up on managing her anxiety, channeling bad boyfriends and the bliss of "Law and Order" marathons.
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Ke$ha finally put her money where her mouth is: She drank her own pee.
It feels like the perfect night/To design a t-shirt.
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The students become the masters!
Paris Hilton is about to reignite her pop career and start DJing again. You've been warned.
Hyori once again proves why she's the Queen of K-pop.
The boy band with the bad engrish and amazing electro-pop is back.
And Usher and Shakira are barely hanging on...
There's just something about Demi.
Or she bumped heads with Katy Perry.
We give the Robots' latest opus a song-by-song breakdown, separating the filler from the future dancefloor classics.
An interstellar transmission appropriately closes out Daft Punk's fourth LP.
An unexpectedly awesome collaboration with psychedelic rock hero Panda Bear provides an album highlight.
Steely Dan meets Phoenix on this uncharacteristic Todd Edwards collaboration.
A cinematic end to the second act of "Random Access Memories."