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  1. With more music at our fingertips than ever before, one of the biggest challenges an artist can have is to truly build intrigue around their new project. It's a challenge that's made even more difficult the longer this hype has to be sustained for - which, depending on record label scheming or personal dramas, can range anywhere from weeks to years. And the consequences that can occur for an album when that hype isn't sustained can be severe. Take Rita Ora's second album Phoenix, which landed at #2 on our Best Albums of 2018 list, but stalled at a measly #11 on the UK charts and only #79
  2. It's hard to believe, but as of September 30th this year living legend Britney Spears will have been driving us crazy, loving rock and roll and seeking Amy for exactly twenty years - and what a wild ride it's been. Apart from all the personal crises (think that Justin Timberlake break-up, the whole K-Fed saga and the infamous umbrella incident), Britney has also consistently wowed us with hit single after hit single, from 'Me Against the Music' to 'Make Me'. But amidst all the brilliant releases (Britney's last single 'Slumber Party' was her forty-first), there was a multitude of songs th
  3. DOWNLOAD (MEGA): https://mega.nz/#F!I25TmQja!BX3WsLFBBI6h64BNnTALUw Tracker in this collection isn't mine.
  4. 2020 may just be the worst year in living memory, but if there's one consolation in all of the chaos it is, as always, music. Although true concerts have been sorely missed in the madness of this year and many projects have faced significant delays while wide-scale lockdowns sweep the globe, that hasn't stopped certain artists from creating and releasing some masterpieces. Whether they're reflecting the mood of dread, isolation and fear prevalent in society or providing us an escape from the horrors of 2020, these ten songs have been the soundtrack of our year on PHF - and what a year it's bee
  5. Allie X: https://mega.nz/#F!U2Y3hQ7C!dT2w6ElztB39o1-gN_iBPw Charli XCX: https://mega.nz/#F!I25TmQja!BX3WsLFBBI6h64BNnTALUw Lady Gaga: https://mega.nz/#F!Ui4BEYLT!3VkvLaqWHuq3aDMe699raw
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  7. Not the iconic Gale Force back snatching wigs once again! This song from Charli really grew on me so I decided to write my own verse to it! Like always the vocals are a total mess but I'm proud of my songwriting anyway. Thanks so much to @Shining Star as well for helping me with the production!
  8. I'm shook. Charli has gone from being the Queen of Twitter to the latest person in the #CharliXCXIsOverParty hashtag trend! R.I.P. to the legend you used to see, her days are over!
  9. Rita Ora recently released the third single for her long awaited second album 'Girls', and not everyone is happy about it. 'Girls', which is a collaboration with Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX, is an ode to girls kissing girls, with a chorus that reads, "Sometimes I just wanna kiss girls/Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls". The song, which Ora has described as an "empowering anthem", seems to be as much a celebration of femininity in general as it is about actually falling in love with girls. "These past few years I've been so inspired by all the strong women I've seen who aren't afrai
  10. Because the majority of us have vacation now, where we'll be going on long walks by the beach or sipping on fancy drinks by the pool, we tend to think about mostly one thing...boys. Whether it's about how sexy they are or how many problems with them we all have. We see them every day - at the gym, on the beach, in the store. We stare at them like little creeps or convince ourselves not to look at them so our moms don't find out about our desires. Furthermore, they say that summer is the season of love which is conducive to letting our imagination flow and dreaming about relationships
  11. Honestly, what's the point of her even publicising this if she's never going to release it? Over the course of a few months she announced she had an EP, a mixtape and an album all coming out in 2017 and so far we've only gotten the mixtape, but now she's trying to tease us with another album entirely...Plus there's the unreleased punk album she recorded before Sucker. It's great that she's so prolific but don't tell us about things if you have no intention of letting us hear them.
  12. It's a new year in pop music, and already artists are gearing up for their 2017 releases. While we can never be 100% sure what's around the corner nowadays (we can thank Beyoncé and her surprise release strategy for that), we do already have some idea of how the next twelve months in music will play out if all goes according to plan - and from what we can tell, this year will be an even bigger year than the last when it comes to amazing new releases. Check out all you have to look forward to down below! Allie X - CollXtion II The release of Allie X's second EP, CollXtion II, ha
  13. So according to the sun, Charli XCX & Selena Gomez have gotten together and written a new song called "Bad Girlfriend" which supposedly talks about Justin Bieber! The Sun Article Are you excited? i'm ready for a Same Old Love Part 2
  14. Charli XCX has taken her particular brand of sugary pop tunes to Jimmy Kimmel Live recently. The popstar showed plenty of skin in a fluffy plunging bra top as she sang her brand new song 'Bounce' as well as latest single 'After The Afterparty'. Charli showed off her figure in a scantily-clad outfit consisting of an audacious bralette and high-waisted shorts made of a fluffy material perfect for a slumber party. A sultry smoky eye and classic red lip added some extra glamour to her amazing look. The 'Boom Clap' singer brought a mattress on stage with her for the performance, which sh
  15. Selena Gomez’s new single ‘Same Old Love’ has premiered online - and it may not be what you’d expect from the 23 year old ex-Disney starlet. Taking another high-heeled step away from her Wizards of Waverley Place past with the sultry, steamy ‘Good For You’, Selena initially primed us for a minimalist, down-tempo record full of R&B jams - a far cry from what we’re hearing with sophomore single ‘Same Old Love’. Backed by a total bop of a piano riff and some jazzy finger snapping, Selena chants an anthemic chorus of, “I’m so sick of that same old love/My body’s had enough/Oooh/That
  16. Charli XCX and Marina & The Diamonds have become embroiled in a predictably petty Twitter dispute over a recent photoshoot that XCX participated in. The formerly friendly English alt=pop stars and one-time collaborators on fan favourite 'Just Desserts' took shots at each other over social media recently following a photoshoot that XCX worked on with photographer Charlotte Rutherford for a new fragrance she has concocted with Impulse UK. The drama began on Rutherford's page, when an innocent upload turned into a battle ground after Marina (@marinagrams) called out the sing
  17. Charli XCX has dropped a track from her upcoming album online! 'London Queen', which Charli has been playing live for a couple of months now, is the third track we've heard from her upcoming sophomore album Sucker, after the two flawless singles which she's premiered in the past year. Thematically, the song speaks about Charli's move from London to America, with lyrics like "I never thought I'd be living in the USA/Doing things the American way/Living the dream like a London queen". Describing the track to Rolling Stone, Charli mused that the song sounded like "future Ramones", and said that t
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