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  1. Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande - 911/Rain On Me/Stupid Love (Acoustic) Medley Doja Cat - Say So/Like That Medley Miley Cyrus - Midnight Sky The VMAs this year were always going to a bit messy due to COVID restrictions, but I'm impressed with how polished all of these performances were! Still I can't wait until we get back to actual live singing and dancing... What was your favourite part of the night?
  2. 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
  3. In honor of Miley's bday, I thought I'd leak some HM rarities... The Best of Both Worlds (Lead Vocal Studio Acapella) The Best of Both Worlds (Instrumental with BGVs) Nobody's Perfect (Lead Vocal Studio Acapella) Nobody's Perfect (Instrumental with BGVs) Life's What You Make It (Lead Vocal Studio Acapella) Life's What You Make It (Instrumental with BGVs) Update, Here's some more! Let's Get Crazy (Studio Acapella) Let's Get Crazy (Instrumental with BGVs) - V.1 (has chorus vox) Let's Get Crazy (Instrumental with BGVs) - V.2 (filtered out c
  4. 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
  5. Now that 2016 has finally arrived - and any hopes of a surprise release ala Beyoncé have been completely dashed - we thought it was the perfect time to look back at what made last year in music great. Although the bigger names in pop such as Gaga, RiRi and Katy all took unexpected hiatuses for the majority of 2015, these breaks only made room for newcomer artists and previously unpolished gems to dominate the charts. Read on below to find out how! In fifth place... In fourth place... In third place... In second place... And in first place... What do you
  6. 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
  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. The queen of country is slaying us once again! In anticipation of her forthcoming album Younger Now, Miley Cyrus has decided to give her fans a treat. She performed for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge not only her two recent singles 'Malibu' and 'Younger Now', but also her iconic classics 'Party In The USA' and, for the tenth anniversary of the song, 'See You Again'. Finally, Miley also covered a classic Roberta Flack song, 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face'. The onetime Disney star continued the western theme she's been loving as of late, looking stunning in a sparkly blue pair of cowboy bo
  11. In a world where people are preoccupied with the rat race and days race by irretrievably, it's important to reflect on the question, "Why do we live so fast?". Do we have to take the plunge into routine and get stuck in it forever, seeing our life and its billions of opportunities pass us by? What if one day we wake up and realize that we're 50 with no personal accomplishments to include in our memoirs? This is the sad truth of our contemporary world. We are young, then there is a period of work, and we are old already. And what about those who are already old? Should they feel like they
  12. Miley Cyrus will be going back to her roots with the release of her brand new single 'Malibu' next Thursday, May 11th. In a recent interview with Billboard, Miley revealed that the single was written on the way to a taping of the hit talent show The Voice where she used to be a judge and in which we will see her later this year as well. "I drive myself everywhere, but that day I decided to Uber," she revealed. "I was trying not to sing out loud because someone else was in the car." The Disney Channel legend described the song as "controversial in its sweetness" and said that it was d
  13. The Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz album will probably be looked upon as one of the weirdest, most experimental projects a mainstream pop act has ever recorded. The album in it's entirety was uploaded on Soundcloud in 2015 and left the world "shooketh" with its extraordinary, psychedelic sound and audacious visuals. Part of the shock value of the album came from the fact that it was a surprise release. Miley had been talking about releasing a new album for a while, but her Smilers were shocked when she released the tracks to stream for free on Soundcloud right after her VMA's hosting gig
  14. - No Stopping Me/Meet Miley Cyrus: • I Owe it All To You (Miley Cyrus, Brian L Green, Wendi Foy Green) • Good Friend Or Girlfriend (Miley Cyrus, Andrew Creighton Dodd, Adam M Watts, Pamela Sheyne) DEMO: • Beach Weekend (Leaked in 2014) • See You Again (Re-Worked on Meet Miley Cyrus) • Goodbye (Re-worked on Breakout) • He Needs Me (Miley Cyrus, Mathew R Gerrard, Wendi Foy Green) "He Needs Me, more than he knows" • No Stopping Me (Miley Cyrus, Brian L Green, Wendi Foy Green) SNIPPET: • Always (Miley Cyrus, Wendi Foy Green
  15. Katy Perry conducted a Twitter blackout to silently protest the Trump win, changing her bio from "#VoteHillary" to "RISE UP". Lady Gaga took to the front of Trump Tower on a sewerage truck to hold a sign stating "LoveTrumpsHate". Miley Cyrus took to Twitter to post an emotional video of her trying to understand Trump and his supporters. Lola Blanc took to Instagram to post an uncomfortable video of her crying, along with a caption denouncing the presidency.
  16. She also said, “If you want to make it about race, there’s a way you could do that. But don’t make it just about yourself. Say: ‘This is the reason why I think it’s important to be nominated. There’s girls everywhere with this body type.’” She added that what she heard “sounded very Nicki Minaj, which, if you know Nicki Minaj is not too kind. It’s not very polite.” Miley went on to say: Is it weird that I actually agree with every single person who's commented on this issue? Nicki is right to call out racism in the music industry, although I don't honestly believe that this was an example of
  17. In a huge reveal for The Voice, the television show has today announced that controversial hitmaker Miley Cyrus and American sweetheart Alicia Keys will join the judging panel for the show's eleventh season later this year. Cyrus, who has just wrapped up a gig as key adviser on the show under Team Christina, announced the new position in a typically hysterical post on her Instagram, stating: And it wasn't long before Keys, who served as battle round advisor for former judge Pharrell back in season seven, announced her own arrival to the show through a statement released by her t
  18. Ever since Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth met on the set of dramatic romance film The Last Song in 2009, back when she still had long brown hair and he had enough money to buy a razor, their love at first sight relationship set teenage hearts ablaze all across the world as they followed in Brangelina's footsteps to become Hollywood's new young power couple. But their relationshp was cut short when, despite a proposal in 2012, the pair decided to go their seperate ways in late 2013. But if new reports are to be believed, the two may be making a comeback after they were spotted together
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