If this is a monster, we want to be scared. Really. Monsta X is one of the K Pop machine’s finest creations. The frightening thing here is how scary-good the music is. Pop perfection. The perfect image The perfect look. “You Can’t Hold My Heart” is another single that has Monbebes (the nickname for fans of the band) all quivering with love…
We just want to sit around with these boys and give each facial masks, and manis and watch Netflix.
They’re supposed to do a string of North American dates in June. That damned Coronavirus better be sent packin’ by then. But we have a feeling nothing can come between Monbebes and their bae.
AJ Mitchell strikes us a a Bieber Wannabe. He's surely heard this before, and surely is not pleased about it. Too bad. Take the money and fame while you can. AJ's tune "Spring Break" has a nice vibe to it. After multiple shots and bottles of Boone's, many a young body will be grinding to this one.
Why the sweater (in this video) on Spring Break? The bodies are hot in Daytona (or wherever). Plus, you're probs gonna get Coronavirus so you're gonna be hot from that fever. Like socks and sandals, the Mr. Rogers Sweater doesn't look good. The squeaky-dolphin-bare-chest... Just, no. Also, borderline douche-y.
And what's the deal with the promo pic for this song?
Yeah. We know what's gonna be "poppin'" this Spring Break...
Kinda seriously, though. This song does feel like spring break, which means you can feel the feels any time then...
P.S. We like how Rich The Kid (featured on this tune) is ready with his Coronavirus mask.
Meghan Trainor was all about the bass and the no-no-nos in the beginning. There is no doubt she can write a hit song. There is no doubt she can sing. But after gettin' all pumped for her new music, we feel like... blah, blah, blah.
"Nice to Meet Ya" is a nice dance track featuring Nicki Minaj. Nothing over the top. Everything as expected. And perhaps that's the issue.
We will always appreciate the she-girl-empowerment message. We'll still shake our fine bootays to your tunes, but some of the magic is gone. We're on to your lyrical tricks and callbacks. And this makes us a little… sad…
Warning: Please stop before you become the next Nickelback.
We. Can’t. Even. Jhene Aiko’s “P*$$y Fairy” is… magical? We’re not giving this tune two b&lls up. We were simply intrigued when this came across our desk. A song. Named P*$$y Fairy.
So we listened. The premise revolves around a large ween that’s magnetically drawn, basically, to this magical female hot spot.
Listen with earbuds on. This ain’t SFW.
They don’t write lyrics as poetic as this anymore. And what's intriguing are the sweet vocals, about something so tawdry.
Perhaps you dream of this magical after-hours creature visiting you, sprinkling who knows what... on you...
Wanna feel old? Seriously, we know you don't want to but... Incubus has been around for 20 years. Two decades. Gulp. But they're still rockin' it out! And honestly, Incubus has been making real rock music the entire time. Check out their latest, "Our Love".
Make this your love anthem. Or any anthem for anything. Because it's awesome.
Dan Call from The Villians is flying solo, and we likey. His debut “Intoxicating” is, well, addicting. Maybe it’s the dreamy overall tone. Or his boozy whipped cream vocals. Or the shoutout to 80s pop with some synth action. Regardless, it’s like a tasty glass of Pink Moscato.
We could binge drink this all weekend long…
Leanne Kingwell vs Jonathan L decided to collaborate on a classic blast from the past: "I Got You Babe" from Sonny & Cher. Leanne is a singer/songwriter from Australia, and Jonathan L is a radio presenter in Germany.
This track still has the old school original vibe, but the spoken word aspect and Grace Slick-esque vocals make this version... quirky. Like, we're dancing on a table to this after a bottle of wine. But only in that state do we dig this cover.
What would Sonny think? And more importantly, Cher?
There comes a point between now and December 31st when you just can’t take another Christmas tune. Like, someone might get homicide-ed if you hear sleigh bells and ho, ho, ho.
Let’s clean out those ear canals and freshen those eyes with some bright and sparkly K-Pop.
Take a look and listen to Monsta X “Middle of the Night”. They just want some love. Look at those sad, pretty faces…
Oh the weather outside is frightful/But the K-Pop is so delightful…
Time flies when you're gettin' some good tunes. Hard to believe Foreigner has been rockin' and rollin' for 40 years. So, the band has gifted us with Double Vision 40: Then & Now-- with the original members and the current lineup. The compilation is 14 live tracks of all the hits from their reunion show at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. This must've been one fine and dandy show!
So, if you need stocking stuffer ideas for your Foreigner friends...
It’s Christmas. It’s Valentines. It’s Christmas Valentine! Thanks to Jason Mraz and Ingrid Michaelson, we might get The Diabeetus from their holiday ditty “Christmas Valentine.” But it really is a sweet tune.
It’s difficult to not want to snuggle up with the person that usually drives you crazy (your S.O.) and sip on hot cocoa (spiked with booze).
We’re in the holiday mood now!
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