Probably the only time Christina Aguilera and Chris Mann will be under the same alter. Probably.
Three words: Double. Key. Change.
The track is nothing like the album art, by the way.
Easily the best post-”Voice” track, and among the best post-talent show tracks, we’ve heard.
Usher challenges “don’t talk about it, be about it” on his most gloriously sleazy jam since “Lil Freak.”
Three guesses on the weak link.
B.o.B.’s crazy, you hear? CUH-RAYYYY-ZEEEE.
Little Boots prays for some Record Store Day synergy and might succeed a bit.
Fiona’s first single in years more than justifies the wait.
Flo Rida is the master of turning fleeting gimmickry into full-length tracks, which is perhaps
Linkin Park’s latest step in their move to electronic-influenced stadium rock isn’t without awkwardness, but it’s enough to keep them in the conversation.
It’s time for a new Nelly Furtado single! And it’s almost great…
Hot off the biggest single of their career, Maroon 5 return with a middling ballad that feels like less than a victory lap.
None of them are exactly desirable.
If British boy bands can make it, why not British girl groups?