The end of 2014 also meant the end of the first half of the 2010s, a decade that has been defined by larger-than-life personalities in the world of popular music. Although thousands of artists composed the DNA of the decade’s pop culture, these 10 made the loudest statements, and established themselves as inescapable over the course of the past five years.
Paul McCartney isn't the only musician to score a top 40 hit outside of his genre comfort zone. From Eric Clapton hitting the dance club to Kid Rock going adult contemporary, here are seven weird genre-crossing hits.
The nominations for the 87th Academy Awards were released this morning (Jan. 15), and we’re wondering how Lorde’s "Hunger Games" hit “Yellow Flicker Beat” was left out in the cold for best original song.
On this week’s extra-long episode, Jason and Keith are joined by a very special guest: Tyler Oakley, the Internet sensation and pop culture personality best known for his hilarious YouTube videos, his Psychobabble podcast, his recent Slumber Party tour and his LGBT youth advocacy. The guys chat about what lies ahead for Tyler’s career, then switch over to music for a full 2015 pop preview.
The end of 2014 also meant the end of the first half of the 2010s, a decade in which the music video expanded as an art form to include eye-popping visuals, epic running times, audience participation and a certain horse-style dance. The past five years have included lots of stellar music videos, but these 20 were the visuals from the past half-decade that we'll never forget.