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  1. When it comes to pop music, most of us have set ideas of what we want to hear. Pop music in 2017 is constantly changing, and that necessitates a song which will either hit right in the middle of whatever trend is whirlwinding through the genre at any given moment, or one that will set the zeitgeist for what we can expect for the next few months in terms of production. Pop music is designed to give the illusion of edginess and freshness, even while it not-so-secretly borrows all of it's creativity from genres long-established. When it comes to Christmas songs, however, the rules are differ
  2. Gwen Stefani has taken to Twitter today to tease an announcement coming this Thursday. Judging by the holiday-themed backdrop in her video, many are speculating that she will be releasing a Christmas album this fall. In other news, it was revealed last month that Gwen had registered five Christmas-themed song titles, including one co-written with boyfriend Blake Shelton. While I'm not a huge fan of Christmas albums (and we already have one big one coming from Sia this year), I would be here for a few Christmas bops from Gwen especially if they're worked on by Justin Tranter!
  3. I can't speak for everyone, but for me personally 2007 has always gone down in history as one of my favourite years ever in pop music. It may have something to do with the fact that I was verging on teenagehood at the time and just beginning to understand the significance of music in my life, but I'd argue that the year was also a good one overall, evidenced by the ongoing popularity of artists debuting or reinventing in 2007 like Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and Kanye West. One of the most interesting things about music in 2007 looking back is just how varied it was. On the one hand, there
  4. 2016 has been a great year for pop music, featuring defining releases from several bonafide legends (think Britney Spears, Beyoncé and Lady Gaga), a couple of albums from our more stable hitmakers (such as Tove Lo, Sia and Ariana Grande) and some groundbreaking debuts from total newcomers to the game (like Zayn, Aurora and Petite Meller). The sheer volume of impressive albums from our faves and flops this year has made deciding how to rank each one a difficult task; but after several weeks of consideration we've managed to whittle down our list from several dozen amazing LPs to just the absolu
  5. It's been a long road to the release date of Gwen Stefani's third album. While it was originally announced for release back in late 2014, the album faced major delays after singles 'Baby Don't Lie' and 'Spark The Fire' failed to land. But with the announcement earlier this week that the album had found new life under the new title This Is What The Truth Looks Like, Gwen also announced a pretty interesting concept for her second official single from the project, 'Make Me Like U'. We first predicted that the track would debut at The Grammys after we spotted the release date of February
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