But let me tell you something The sisters are not going for that no more ‘Cause we realize two things That you aren’t doing anything for us We can better…
Beginning at the tender age of two, Betty Wright has crafted a legendary career
Bettye Swann scored her biggest hit in ’67
Rain! Thunder! The dramatic Dramatics!
A great artist was lost last week when Bobby Womack died
Initially conceived as an outlet to release the music of the late MC — and friend of label co-founder Chris Manak (Peanut Butter Wolf) — Charizma, Stones Throw Records has…
It’s the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community.
College radio staples, The Smithereens and Sneaker Pimps highlight this week of Bottom Feeders.
The Gap Band was one of the most influential funk bands of all time
Join Popdose for a look back at three decades of Babyface’s wide-ranging influence as a singer, songwriter, and producer.
Wherein Holmes and Dunphy make like The Carpenters and go on hurting each other.
It’s here! The 10 greatest rap albums of all time! Get your Dre and Snoop fix here!
The Expanded Edition – Your Week’s Charts At A Glance
On the top of the pops, everything changes…except the songs.
Welcome back to the Rihanna Show.
Long story short, it’s the same old songs.
Kelly Clarkson sits on top as the #1 artist of the week. Clive Davis shouts, “LMFAO!”
Before 2000, OutKast wasn’t known much outside of the rap world, as it was a southern-fried, alien-obsessed duo successfully reconciling gangsta swagga and innovative weirdness. Two breakthrough hits in 2001…
R.I.P. Nate Dogg, one of the greatest voices in rap music. We look at 10 of his greatest guest spots as a tribute.
It’s Popdose Friday Night Videos! Would you like Salt ‘n Pepa with that? How about a cup of Gin and Juice, or a slice of Cantaloop? Not doing it for you? Then maybe a mouthful of Cranberries will suit you better?
I don’t even know why I’m here, frankly. I think it’s pretty well documented that all I do these days is write about television and interview people for Bullz-Eye ’til…
Jason Hare is back for another installment of Chart Attack! — and this week, he takes us all the way back to April 22, 1972, and a top 10 featuring Neil Young, Aretha, and Baba Booey. Wait, what?
Phish – The Clifford Ball (Rhino) Sherman, set the Way Back machine for that balmy summer of 1996! Jerry Garcia had been gone a year, and a lot of lonesome…
A song isn’t necessarily “finished” just because it’s been recorded; any producer will tell you that the mixing is what really makes a record. Subtle tweaks and shifts in emphasis…
Johnny Cash feat. Snoop Dogg, “I Walk the Line (remix)” (download) Yes, it’s exactly what it looks like. No, we don’t know how — or why — it happened. Discuss.
As everyone learned in Freud 101, the oft-controversial psychologist believed there are three egos in each of us: the Id (which focuses on our most basic desires — namely, food…