Sexy twins. An R&B prodigy. K-pop's Pussycat Dolls. The next TVXQ. They're all here, and glad to meet you!
The legendary girl group brought in hundreds of thousands of votes alone. That's, like, dozens of votes per member!
From Pink Lady to Donnie Wahlberg, our recommended listening from the genre.
Which star "accidentally" smoked pot? Who forgot the basic etiquette of one-night stands? Get the gossip!
Psy, Harry Styles, Bloody Justin Bieber and Taylor Kennedy are all just a click away.
We don't want to imagine what "Oppa Reddit Style" would mean.
The "Gangnam Style" sensation harbors a man-crush for the late Queen frontman, plus 21 more surprises.
"How could I have possibly lost?"
Remember the house lit to the tune of "Party Rock Anthem" last year? It's back with a new gonzo pop jam.
The complete list of tracks to accompany our search for the best song of the genre, featuring 2NE1, Psy, HyunA and more.
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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."
Lil' Biggie is cute in a biggie way.
A sweeping intro and a familiar bass line, but not much else to this "Random Access Memories" ballad.
The Daft Punk and Pharrell song you already know and love.
Beyonce still wants you to worship her, but she's more polite about it this time.
You have to hear this one to believe it.
The first of Pharrell's two sublime guest appearances on "Random Access Memories."
Julian Casbalancas of the Strokes makes a guest appearance that would've been inconceivable a decade ago.
The Robots get deep with the crooning on this "Random Access Memories" ballad.