Since the advent of MTV, the music video has been an absolutely integral part of the Girl Group experience. Groups have made their careers off one eye-catching video, had their images cemented, and became a part of pop culture history. Here is Billboard's list of the 10 most iconic girl group videos.
Today (March 3), Kelly Clarkson released "Piece By Piece," her brand new studio album, featuring the hit single “Heartbeat Song.” We already gave it three-and-a-half stars out of five, but what is the rest of the critical world saying about it?
Sadie Dupuis, singer and guitarist for Northampton, Mass. slacker-punks Speedy Ortiz, takes things down a notch on the second single off the band's forthcoming sophomore album Foil Deer (out April 21 via Carpark Records), "The Graduates." After proclaiming "I'm not bossy, I'm the boss" on "Raising the Skate," she sings about being "the best at second place before I was the runner-up."
After checking out our chart list of the 40 biggest girl group songs ever, read our editorial countdown of the 20 most underrated girl group songs of all time. These tracks might not have smashed the charts, but they hold a special place in our hearts.
Los Angeles radio DJ Nic Harcourt has built a reputation for spotting promising talent early on and assures Klane has that special something. Billboard has the exclusive premiere of her black and white spy-themed music video "Fingerprints" here.
If you’re into any kind of edgy pop, R&B, or even EDM music, we’ve got a feeling you’re going to dig this one. The "Voice" season 1 alumnus Lily Elise has a killer new single called “Taken” that’s a mesmerizing mix of a little of all three.