Scales Of Justice: Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” and Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
The Scales of Justice aren’t always about assigning placement of pop culture items in a ranked context. Sometimes it is weighing seemingly differing items to find commonality between them. That is the case for this edition.
There are some big names in the pop and dance Grammy categories this year, including one of 2012’s big winners, Skrillex.
Jeff: Hey, Jason!
Jason: GO AWAY I’M NOT HOME
Jeff: I just met you!
And this is crazy!
But now we’re chatting!
Jason: No. Stop that this instant.
Jeff: And it’s Mellowmas, maybe!
What is a fad song? Can it be a good song? Sure, but most often it is not, and is identified with a moment of madness shared among the American music-listening populace all at once. Since the late-summer ...
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences spreads the love this year-as 6 artists head the list of nominees for the 55th Grammy Awards.
This year’s Grammy nominees are being announced tonight. We reveal who we think will come out on top in the major categories.
The 43rd edition of the “Now That’s What I Call Music” series, featuring the smash hit “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen, is today’s key new release.
As we will learn in this, the fourth and final installment in AM Gold: 1975, few things inspire passion and raw emotion in us like… Glen Campbell and Carly Rae Jepsen?
AM Gold: 1975 is dead, long live AM Gold: 1975!