Derivative and tacky, the singer’s comeback record kicks the year off wrong.
Lil Nas X’s landmark achievement reflects how much – and how little – the pop music industry has changed.
Less a comeback than a victory nap, one of the year’s biggest collabs will be a surefire smash, for better or worse.
Mariah Carey’s record is safe, phew. It was touch-and-go for a few weeks, but “One Sweet Day,” her 1995 duet with Boyz II Men, remains tied with “Despacito” for most weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100. Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Justin Bieber probably would’ve secured that record-breaking 17th week had Taylor Swift…
Justin Bieber is over. That statement will probably be met with plenty of rolled eyes and protestations and the like, but if you think about it, it’s not beyond the realm of reality. Even if its not true at this very moment, the above statement seems more like an inevitability than ever before. Here’s why….