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  1. Every year around this time, the #PopHatesFlops community comes together to celebrate the year in pop music and to compile our annual list of our favourite songs of the year. While previous years lists have been microcosms of the genres that populated them - last year focused heavily on country-pop, while 2016 was big on slinky synthpop and 2015 was loving the tropical pop trend - this year's list is remarkable for it's lack of trendiness, showing that in 2018 there's no longer any such thing as an era in pop music. It's a testament to how fractured the industry is in the age of streaming apps
  2. Via: Billboard.com Like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry or Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera before them, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato are two stars who have been compared to each other from day one. Their stars have risen simultaneously, with the two appearing in sister shows on the Disney Channel and starring together in the Disney Channel Original Movie Princess Protection Program; and their respective transitions from child star to mature artist have paralleled each other pretty neatly. And now, the two have another thing in common: their recent successful completion of rehab progra
  3. Demi Lovato is facing backlash online following a "prank" that hoards of her fans are describing as sexual harassment. In a since deleted tweet Demi made on Sunday, she responded to a question from a fan asking about the best prank she's ever pulled. Demi replied with a story which involved her hiring a prostitute in Vegas to "surprise" her friend Max by walking into his room and touching his genitals without permission. It didn't take long for the tweets to start rolling in, with Lovato being accused of sexual harassment and insensitivity by hundreds of her onetime fans. In re
  4. Demi Lovato has come forward about a "terrible experience" that she had at 2016's Met Gala, the annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute: one that forced her to leave the event early and almost relapse. Speaking to Billboard for her cover story, Lovato stated, "This one celebrity was a complete bitch and was miserable to be around. It was very cliquey. I remember being so uncomfortable that I wanted to drink." Lovato has famously been sober for five years, and has been candid about her struggles with depression, addiction, eating disorders and bipolar.
  5. Every year, PHF publishes it's annual list of the best albums of the year; and every year, it becomes a little harder to scrape together enough albums to fill out the list. Over the past decade, the music industry has undergone a period of intense change, thanks in large to the trend of illegal downloads blowing up more than anyone could ever have imagined. Thanks to illegal downloads, as well as streaming services like Spotify, music lovers can now pick and choose the songs they want to listen to without committing to a full album. And with an entire world of music at their fingertips that th
  6. After the release of the DEMI tracklisting last week, a lot of fans were curious about some of the tracks and the general direction of the album! Here at PopHatesFags, we aim to please; so we decided to write a review on one of our favourite songs (and a potential future single), 'Two Pieces'! Before the release of 'Heart Attack', 'Two Pieces' was actually the rumoured first single. Written by Jason Evigan and Mitch Allan, who worked on the aforementioned 'Heart Attack', Lovato also enlisted the help of the criminally underrated Livvi Franc for help on the track. As far as the sound,
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    GRAMMY Week Fashion!

    Yesterday, one of the biggest events of the Los Angeles social scene, namely the annual Clive Davis Pre-GRAMMY Party, took place. Presented in association with the Recording Academy, the party is among the most coveted invitations of Grammy week. Past events have featured show-stopping performances from Whitney Houston, Barry Manilow, Miley Cyrus and Pharrell Williams. But Clive Davis's party is just one of many that swamp GRAMMY week. Here are some of the celebrities attending them. Undoubtedly, the best-dressed award goes to Demi Lovato who looked absolutely stunning at the Pre-GRAMMY B
  8. After a full year of anticipating, we finally have the list of nominees for the 2017 Grammy Awards! This year, it has been announced that the awards will be hosted by popular TV host James Corden, mostly known for his Carpool Karaoke series. It comes as a surprise to no one that the person with the largest number of nominations is Beyoncé (clocking in with nine nominations) and that following her, Drake and Rihanna have the largest amount each (both with eight nominations). The show is to take place on Sunday, February 12, so be sure to tune in! Check out the ful
  9. Demi Lovato is getting sued by indie duo Sleigh Bells, who claim that the singer copied elements from their song “Infinity Guitars” in her track “Stars.” The music group originally brought the copyright infringement to Demi‘s attention last year when they sent her this tweet: The song’s producers Carl Falk and Rami Yacoub denied sampling “Infinity Guitars” last year but the group has moved forward with the lawsuit. Sleigh Bells claims that Demi‘s song features “virtually identical content” and elements that “transcend the realm of coincidence.” Listen to the songs below
  10. We're dangerously close to the end of the year, and as most normal people start to consider Christmas presents and family vacations, pop music lovers are getting ready for another big event in their calendars: mash-up season. First triggered by DJ Earworm way back in 2009 with his hit-filled track 'United States of Pop', epic end of year mash-ups have basically become a tradition in the pop world and are now something fans can look forward to every year, with the biggest recieving millions of views and extensive radio play. First started in 2010 by Daniel Kim, 'Pop Danthology' is one
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