This morning, the internet nearly broke over a Jay Z/Kanye West/Daft Punk collaboration that was allegedly just now seeing the light of day called “Computerized.” No one had ever heard of the song before, but the three together is an admittedly exciting idea so their fans were quick to latch onto it and soon it…
Last year it seemed like Pharrell was everywhere: with Daft Punk, producing “Blurred Lines,” Bangerz and Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, and then there was “Happy” which was pretty much inescapable. So the next question is, when are we going to get some more Pharrell music of our very own? It turns out the answer to…
Music’s biggest night is fast approaching and while we’ll have to wait until Sunday to see who takes home the top prizes, that doesn’t mean we can’t start speculating now. Celebuzz debates who will win each of the top categories.
All in all, this summer was chock full of excellent music. We can all go back and forth about which song was the actual song of the summer (though I think we can all agree it was not the MTV-approved “Best Song Ever”), but regardless, there was plenty of music to enjoy.
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Miley Cyrus made headlines all week for her raunchy performance at the MTV Video Music Awards but did her antics go too far?
What do you do when Daft Punk is a no-show? Throw an all-star dance party to their hit, “Get Lucky,” without them, of course.
Summer’s about to kick into overdrive, which means it’s once again time for everyone to gather ’round and predict which song will dominate and define the next couple of months on the radio.
Already, we have a boatload of contenders, ranging from the obvious (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis) to the random (Robin Thicke?
So I very recently finished reading The Hunger Games Trilogy. Yeah, I know, I’m like more than three years late to the party. Whatever, sue me. For all you know, I was busy doing very important things like saving the world or re-watching all seven seasons of Gilmore Girls. But anyway, I really enjoyed the…