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Jason Derulo 'If It Ain't Love' Review: New Single Proves His Pop Power [LISTEN]

Jason Derulo proved last year that he was capable of releasing some stunning pop music with the weirdly captivating gem "Want to Want Me." Now, we are four months into 2016, and he's back to prove he wasn't just a one-and-done wonder with that hit ...

Galantis "No Money" Review: 'Pharmacy' Duo Deliver Another Dance-Pop Smash

Galantis deliver the goods once again with a positive message on "No Money."

Kygo "Raging" Review: James Bay Co-Written Single Tabs Kodaline Ahead Of 'Cloud Nine'

Kygo takes another step away from his formulaic tropical house sound to something more songwriter-driven.

The Chainsmokers 'Inside Out' Review: 'Roses' Duo Try To Follow Up 'Don't Let Me Down'

The Chainsmokers deliver on another catchy, dance-pop single.

Alesso 'I Wanna Know' Review: Nico & Vinz Tabbed For Summer Radio Single

A summer tune from Alesso & Nico & Vinz with replay value, despite being a little generic.

Zayn 'Mind of Mine' Review: Junk Mail

Zayn Malik explores his sexy, grown up man side in his first post-One Direction album 'Mind of Mine.' But, was it a successful effort?

Gramatik 'Epigram' Album Review: Denis Jasarevic Channels Nikola Tesla

With 'Epigram', Brooklyn-bred DJ/producer Gramatik collaborates with rappers, singers and friends to get poetic and political, soulful and heavy on his most diverse record yet.

Japanese Breakfast 'Psychopomp' Album Review: An Emotional, Enlightening Dream Pop Wonder

Japanese Breakfast 'Psychopomp' is an emotional, enlightening dream pop wonder that will leave you astonished - this is a review.

Nick Jonas, Tove Lo 'Close' Review: Vulnerable New Single Leads 'Last Year Was Complicated'

When announcing his new album Last Year Was Complicated, Nick Jonas revealed that he was not going to shy away from his personal life and breakups in his new music. ""Sh*t is too real sometimes... Reliving some of these real life experiences through ...

Meghan Trainor 'Watch Me Do' Review: New 'Thank You' Track Keeps It Old School [LISTEN]

If you thought that Meghan Trainor had stepped away from her sugary doo-wop/pop blend for just a moment with her latest single "No," you were wrong. Ahead of her new album Thank You, Trainor released a new hype track on Friday (March 25), and once ...

Fifth Harmony 'The Life' Review: Shimmery New Song Balances 'Work from Home'

Fifth Harmony are living "The Life," and they're proving that with a sparkling new track off their forthcoming album 7/27. Just a few weeks after dropping the album's lead single "Work from Home," the girls are back with a shimmery new song, and it's ...

SBTRKT, The-Dream Release 'Good Morning' As Free Download

It is his first official release since 2014.

Gwen Stefani 'This Is What the Truth Feels Like' Review: Junk Mail

here was a good bit of potential on this album -- the power and poppy punch of "Make Me Like You," "Misery" and "Used to Love You" proved that. But, once you moved away from the teaser tracks (and album standout "Truth," which should be the next ...

‘Post Pop Depression' Reviewed: Iggy Pop Still Full of “Lust For Life” On 17th Solo Album

Iggy Pop's 17th solo album, Post Pop Depression, is no Raw Power by The Stooges, but it would have been unsettling to have to watch the weathered 68-year-old rub steaks and peanut butter all over his perpetually-slithering torso anyway. The ...

Kygo, Labrinth Get Emotional On 'Cloud Nine' Single "Fragile"

Something different and emotional from Kygo as we gear up for Cloud Nine later this year.

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