If you’re counting down the days until the next installment of Insurgent, this new release from the soundtrack should get you pretty excited. Even if...
It's much darker than "Take Me to Church," but you'll still play it on repeat and dream about the day Hozier will fall for you.
What's better than one T. Swizzle song? Two, obviously, combined in a dance party worthy jam.
If you're looking for a band that's so soulful, JJ Grey + Mofro is for you.
Nick Jonas makes Kanye West boy band worthy.
There’s a new Taylor Swift cover every day (or at least it seems that way). If you like “Blank Space” but thinks it’s severely lacking...
The new FOB video for "Irresistible' is bound to make you at least a little bit uncomfortable.
If you think the world needs more Justin Timberlake covers, you're right.
If you were a scene kid in the early 2000s, it's more than likely that you were completely, 100% obsessed with everything Andrew McMahon.
Leighton Meester (formerly known as Blair Waldorf), is continuing her campaign to convince you to move to California.
If you're already over the Bey/Beck mash-up because "Beckyoncé" is so five days ago, "Jesus Walks, Loser" is the surprising song you need on repeat.
If you're not feeling Taylor Swift's romantic "Style" vibes this V-Day, take a listen to Drake's angry rants instead.
There are plenty of epic, angry, perfect break-up songs. Don't you want to spend one day of the year ignoring all of them? Prepare for plenty of feels.
HAIM creates Fleetwood Mac influenced music for the modern cool girl.
Break out your Baby Spice pigtails, dye your hair red a la Ginger, and put on all black like Posh (and become far more famous than your girl group counterparts), because you're about to start singing along like you're a Spice Girl.
If you've been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the full Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack, all of your romance dreams have come true before Valentine's Day even begins.
Like Dog Days, How Big How Blue How Beautiful is supremely soundtrack-worthy.
Charli XCX seriously speeds up Shake It Off and makes it perfectly punk rock.
Queen Bey kept America up past its collective bed time during the 2015 Grammys, because it's a fact that no one can go to sleep without being blessed by Bey.
If you were looking for a chilled out anthem to listen to on repeat this weekend, Lennon and Maisy have you covered.
If you listened to the latest from bad gal RiRi, Kanye, and Paul McCartney, it’s entirely possible that your first thought was, “This song needs...
These three would make for the best "would you rather" game ever.
This "Take Me to Church" a cappella version has all of the emotions of the original, with more prep and less potentially homeless hipster.
Hopefully Ariana Grande gave Hozier some pointers on hair grooming and hitting the high notes.
From George Ezra to Ella Henderson, these are the indie artists that you'll want to hibernate with.