Jordan Miller

Taylor Swift Will Never Go Out Of Style

Taylor Swift Will Never Go Out Of Style

Taylor Swift, you win. I like your music.

Target premiered a clip of a new song off Tay’s new album “1989″ called “Never Go Out Of Style,” and it’s another fun bopper.

Listen to a teaser of “Welcome To New York.”

It’s the kind of song you’ll roll your windows down and carelessly sing along to. I picture myself cruising up to a red light in my Corolla, look to my right and catch a stare from a soccer mom in her silver mini van with five kids in the back fighting over control of her iPhone hating her life because she sees I’m having the best time ever. She’s probably on her way home from Target.

Listen to “Out Of The Woods.”


“You got that hair slicked back. White T shirt, and I got that good girl faith in a tight little skirt.”

Listen to it here:

Rihanna’s Record Could Be Album Of The Year According To Leaked Doc

Rihanna's Album Could Be Album Of The Year According To Leaked Doc

Take it, take it, baby, baby.

A low quality screen cap (that’s probably fake but whatever) lists 17 songs allegedly from Rihanna’s much anticipated new album called, according to this, “Lost Files.” The leak claims the album is set for a November 25 release, and features collaborations with Eminem, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West and Chris Martin.

1. Bold
2. Trouble
3. Ain’t No Drama
4. Barz (featuring Nicki Minaj)
5. A Drug & A Dream
6. All Night
7. Lovin, Fallin, Dyin
8. Tattered Heart
9. Real Talk (featuring Drake)
10. Hall of Fames/Flames?
11. Pray 4 Me (featuring Big Sean)
12. Oceans
13. Veins
14. Lost Files (featuring Eminem)

The Deluxe version has three more songs.

See the doc here:

What You Need To Know About Gwen Stefani’s New Music

What You Need To Know About Gwen Stefani's New Music

Gwen Stefani doesn’t lie!

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding Gwen Stefani’s new music. She released her song in collaboration with Pharrell and Benny Blanco called “Baby Don’t Lie.” It received rave reviews for sounding true to her roots but current – forward even.

The music video debuted today – some think it looks like a poor man’s “Rude Boy” from Rihanna, but I personally love the low quality pixely (not a word) feel to it. The colors, the shapes, the walking, it’s perfect for those who dabble in drugs. Or don’t.

She also shared a preview of another song she worked with Pharrell on called “Spark The Fire.”

BreatheHeavy rounded up the best tidbits from several of her interviews about her musical stuff this week. I know you’re already bored.

The juice:

Nick Jonas Takes It Back In “Wilderness”

Nick Jonas Is A Sexy Beast. Oh And Listen To "Wilderness"

Nick Jonas gets wild in his new song. But not really.

“Wilderness” is the latest release from the (like omg) hottie Jonas Brother. It’s a pretty groomed, catchy pop song, but Taylor Swift kinda beat you to the punch on the outdoor song thing.

Listen to Taylor Swift’s “Out Of The Woods” here.

Standout lyric:

“Let’s take it back. Heeeey.”

The mid-tempo beat thumps perfectly amidst the whistling and low-key background vocals.

It’s nice. Listen to it here:

Charli XCX Premieres “London Queen” Lyric Video

Charli XCX Premieres "London Queen" Lyric Video

Charli XCX goes Daria on us.

The lyric video for “London Queen,” is a colorful animated clip that fits perfectly with the punky (her favorite word) pop jam.

Charli says of the song co-written by her and Justin Raisen (who previously worked together on “Nuclear Seasons” and “Boom Clap”)”

“It’s punk-inspired. It’s definitely still a pop album, but there are moments where it is raw and wild. I’m commenting on the music industry, the female body, and money, whereas before I mainly spoke about love. This record definitely feels better informed.”

That word again.

The clip reminds viewers of popular computer games in the 90′s – when everyone had a PC and had no idea what was going on.

I still have no idea what’s going on. Watch here I think: