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  1. Over the course of her sixteen year career, Rihanna certainly hasn't had any trouble making hits. Named by Spotify and Apple as the most streamed female artist of all time, Rih's also earned herself 31 top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100. Furthermore, five of her songs - 'Umbrella', 'We Found Love', 'Stay', 'Work' and Eminem collaboration 'Love The Way You Lie' - rank among the world's best selling songs of all time. Her distinct vocals, trend-setting sounds and high-profile romances also make her a songwriter's dream, with many artists imagining her voice layered over the top of the
  2. Watch the video version of this article here! Although her star has faded a little in recent years, Katy Perry remains one of the biggest and most bankable popstars of all time, having sold more than 40 million albums and 100 million records over her ten year career. With hits ranging from debut single 'I Kissed A Girl' to 'Teenage Dream' and 'Chained to the Rhythm', Perry has until recently been a fixture of the charts, with every single she releases becoming not just a hit but an entire cultural happening. But with so many hits it seems impossible to avoid comparison with oth
  3. 2009 was only a decade ago, but it seems like the world back then was a very different place. The powers that be were still reeling after a surprise candidate beat out Hillary Clinton, kids would rush back home after school to catch the latest episode of Jersey Shore (yeah, Netflix wasn't a thing) and I was still recovering from a Christmas that left me ten pounds heavier and $500 more in debt. (Okay, so maybe things haven't changed so much after all.) But one thing that's definitely changed since then is the music we listen to. 2009 was the transitory space between the pop-rock that defi
  4. Back in June, we reported that Dr. Luke's legal team had demanded that Kesha hand over a group of select texts between herself and Lady Gaga as evidence in their ongoing defamation trial. According to Luke, the texts were proof that Kesha had defamed his name publicly by spreading three intentional lies about him: that he had raped her, that he had given her drugs against her will, and that he had also raped Katy Perry. Up until now, those texts were under lock and key. But thanks to the transparency of the New York legal system, they have now been uploaded online for anyone to view as th
  5. Decided to make single art in the style of the Rainbow cover
  6. It's hard to believe that it's been four years since Kesha launched a lawsuit against her onetime producer and continued manager Dr. Luke, and that even now in 2018 the full extent of that lawsuit is only just becoming apparent. Because while Kesha's lawsuit against Luke was dropped several years ago, Luke himself was quick to launch a counter-suit against Kesha which alleged that she intentionally defamed his name to the tune of ten million dollars. Luke's suit is based on three alleged falsities that Kesha stated about him in various outlets. One is that he raped her, and another is tha
  7. Pop music is more varied than it's ever been, and trends are coming, going and overlapping like never before. From tropical pop to Latin vibes to sparsely produced techno-inspired EDM, there's a plethora of genres available for listeners. And if releases from three of the worlds most influential female artists are anything to go by, it seems as though country may be the new waters that the pop world is set to start charting. As tends to be the way, Lady Gaga started the trend with last year's Joanne. Although it received mixed reviews upon release, Joanne has proven to be one of Gaga's mo
  8. 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
  9. It's hard to believe it, but 2017 is already coming to an end - and what a year it's been. Between endless headlines of political incompetencies, tragic natural disasters and groundbreaking exposés of sexual abuse, one thing has, like always, remained our constant comfort and saviour - music. Pop in 2017 has been a pretty varied affair, although the running theme has been the odd fusion we predicted last year of country music, tropical beats and EDM drops. It's those undercurrents that birthed some of the most annoying, repetitious songs of the year - 'Despacito', 'Shape Of You' and 'Mea
  10. So it's been a while since i uploaded a new cover for personal reasons. but i am back!! I've been seriously contemplating whether to post this because i recorded it several times lol! but this is the one i'm happy with. and no i didn't do the high note, i couldn't Here is my cover:
  11. Kesha's comeback single 'Praying' was released last month to almost unanimous positive reviews, but it seems as though not everyone is too happy about it. Kesha's former producer and alleged rapist Dr. Luke has come out of hiding once again to confirm that he listened to, and approved, each and every song on Kesha's upcoming Rainbow album: including 'Praying', the feminist anthem that many believed was aimed at him. "There was no change in Kesha's contractual recording obligations -- she has not succeeded on any legal claim or motion to avoid them," said Luke's legal representative i
  12. liberation

    Kesha - Rainbow

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    01 Bastards 02 Let 'Em Talk (feat. Eagles of Death Metal) 03 Woman (feat. The Dap-Kings Horns) 04 Hymn 05 Praying 06 Learn to Let Go 07 Finding You 08 Rainbow 09 Hunt You Down 10 Boogie Feet (feat. Eagles of Death Metal) 11 Boots 12 Old Flames (Can't Hold a Candle to You) [feat. Dolly Parton] 13 Godzilla 14 Spaceship 15 Emotional (Japanese Bonus) iTunes
  13. So she didn't win in court, but it looks like Kesha has won in the court of public opinion. It's a shame to say good bye to such a great producer but no one will work with him anymore and he hasn't had a hit in a while, which is I'm sure the reason why Sony is cutting all ties.
  14. I do feel kinda bad for her tbh, just when we thought her year couldn't get any worse... But it seems pretty obvious that he was joking, I wouldn't be surprised if they had a kiki after this.
  15. In an interesting twist to the long, drawn-out lawsuit between Kesha and her former producer and manager Dr. Luke, the 'Tik Tok' singer has been accused of being "abusive", "crazy" and of acting like someone who's on drugs in old e-mails from her former manager leaked by Luke's legal team. In a brief recap to the neverending saga, Kesha was denied the ability to leave her record contract with RCA Records in courts last year, effectively tying her to Dr. Luke, the producer behind her biggest hits who she has accused of verbal and sexual assault. While Kesha has appealed the ruling, Luke ha
  16. 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
  17. Troubled popstar Kesha has leaked some very upsetting e-mails in her legal quest to break all ties with former label head, manager and record producer Dr. Luke. In what seems to be a continuously ongoing battle, Kesha alleged in court over two years ago that Luke was mentally and sexually abusive. One year later, a judge ruled that Kesha can’t break her exclusive recording contract with Sony and Dr. Luke, despite claims that he’d drugged and raped her and called her a "fat fucking refrigerator" which would later to go on to trigger a stint in rehab for an eating disorder. Now, she’s
  18. Kesha’s former producer and mentor, Dr. Luke, has filed a new lawsuit against the singer’s mother this week, according to The Wrap. The defamation lawsuit filed against Pebe Sebert in a federal court in Tennessee on Wednesday alleges that the “Tik Tok” singer’s mother has “continued to publicly defame” him since the 2014 complaint. “After we originally filed suit against Pebe Sebert, she continued to make outrageous, false and defamatory statements against Dr. Luke in her widespread media campaign to damage and smear his name,” Dr. Luke’s lawyer Christine Lepera said Friday in a sta
  19. I'm kinda lost about this tbh...So Kesha sent a message to Gaga last year which Luke is now requesting to show to Katy and Gaga outside of court? But why does he want to show Gaga, let alone Katy who doesn't even seem to be involved? Unless the message says "I'm lying about being raped," but even then Gaga would already know about it. Someone please explain!
  20. You may have already heard about the legal battle going on between Dr. Luke and Kesha. Kesha accused Dr. Luke for 10 years of sexual assault, mental and physical abuse. It seems like the case from a few weeks ago also didn't work out well for her, since she didn't say a thing about it. Kesha has posted this on Instagram: The pop singer has contributed 28 songs to Sony for a new album, she will get it out as soon as possible. She only needs 2 or 3 albums to get out of her contract without a lawsuit.
  21. Whatever happened to the Warrior instrumentals by Kesha? They used to be circulating but I can't find them anywhere...
  22. She's been getting paid a lot of dust for this, but I honestly think the B-grade aesthetic is cool and it's not that different from her normal style... I'm excited to see the setlist! The only thing I don't like is that apparently males have to pay more for tickets than females at some shows which is kinda fucking ridiculous...I'm not sure if she's making a political statement about wage inequality or something there but either way it's stupid af.
  23. Kesha may still not be releasing music in the wake of her lawsuit with Dr. Luke, but that doesn't mean that her singing career has come to a halt. Today, the singer announced a three-night "mini residency" set to take place this summer at the Wynn hotel and casino in Las Vegas, starting on June 23rd, and stretching for over a month until July 23rd. The tour will contain all of Kesha's hits over her three studio albums - Animal, Cannibal and Warrior - and will take place at the Wynn's Intrigue Nightclub, which can house up to 1 200 audience members. The residency comes just weeks afte
  24. Kesha will not perform during this year's BBMAs. Dr Luke's record label KEMOSABE, which Kesha is signed to, rescinded it approval. "Kesha accepted an invitation to perform on the show and she received written approval from Dr. Luke's record label, Kemosabe Records," dick clark productions said in a statement. "Kemosabe subsequently rescinded its approval following a media report on Wednesday May 11 regarding Kesha’s appearance on the BBMAs. Unfortunately, Kesha and Kemosabe have since been unable to come to an agreement for Kesha to perform on the show." It's disgusting how much cont
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