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Charli XCX's hit isn't the first of its kind, but it is a welcome (and subversive) addition.
Joe Jonas, Riz Ahmed, Mac DeMarco, Wiz Khalifa, boys, boys, BOYS!!!
Female artists, particularly pop musicians, are continually defined within parameters that are practically impossible to satisfy: Not too sexy but not too prudish, not too aggressive but not too meek, not too serious or smart but not too fun or "dumb." And it sets them up to "fail."
It's fitting that Robert DeLong's new song is called "Don't Wait Up." Ever since he dropped his debut album Just Movement in 2013, the wunderkind music master has kept so many people out late at night, likely stumbling home the next morning with a well-worth-it, music-soaked throbbing headache.
Teen Vogue’s June/July issue hits stands on June 2. Scroll down for photos of Nat and Charli and head over to
Thank you Joni. Thank you Neil. Thank you Carpenters. Thank you Carly Simon. Thank you Santo and Johnny. Thanks to Music Supervisors who get it right. Thank you to everyone who wrote a song that changed my life or changed my mind.
Charli XCX appeared on BBC Radio 1 on Tuesday to perform her new single "Doing It" and a surprise cover of Taylor Swift's
As for the Biebs, Charli confessed that “Baby” is one of her favorite songs of all time. The tough competition simply put
Charlie XCX released her latest video, "Doing It (ft. Rita Ora)," on Tuesday. Though brand new, Billboard has already tweeted
The highlight of this month's workout music round-up is the balance it strikes between perennial favorites and relative newcomers. By veering between the two, the mix manages to send both familiar and fresh at the same time.
On a positive tip, Michael Keaton made a comeback, U2 released one of their best albums in decades (don't hate), and Chris Pratt became a movie star. On a downside, we lost way too many talented people this year from Robin Williams to Joan Rivers to Philip Seymour Hoffman.
H/T College Candy There's nothing like a little boy band nostalgia to bring you back to the days of Tamagotchis and glitter
Charli XCX was featured as the musical guest on the most recent episode of "Saturday Night Live," in promotion of her sophomore
On how her parents coped with her performing at raves: “My parents knew and would actually come with me. So it was like a
Got it. Watch Charli XCX perform below. Get More: Charli XCX, EMA, Full Episodes Charli XCX performed "Boom Clap" and "Break
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