Style is more important today in pop music than it was even in 1991, when Mariah Carey dropped Emotions, but like the Elusive Chanteuse did back then, Ariana Grande is subverting it with cute, comfortable, and on-trend dresses with a feminine slant.
Metalcore group We Came As Romans aren't exactly known for their boy band covers, but during their recent shows and for the upcoming live DVD Present, Future, and Past, the band decided to have some fun with The Wanted's biggest chart hit, "Glad You Came."
In the middle of July, Catey Shaw's "Brooklyn Girls" became (for better or worse) the talk of the Internet, as the hipster salute went viral and scooped up over 300,000 YouTube views. Her follow-up single is titled "Human Contact" and previews the aptly titled The Brooklyn EP, due out on Sept. 9; hear the new single and watch its new video exclusively on Billboard.com.
"When you heard the title of the song did you think it would be a negative song?" Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta asks. The frontman is doing an early interview to hype Cobra Starship's so-far-untitled fourth album, coming off a modest break (since 2011's "Night Shades") during which he got married and reunited his old band, Midtown.