This article required an intense amount of serious research in the form of watching every Taylor Swift music ever made and pausing to study each and every guy. I’m not going to say I didn’t enjoy it, but this is serious business we’re talking here; spreadsheets and all. Narrowing down the list to just five men took hours of scientific algorithms, or just a lot of Google image-searching these men without their shirts on. Continue reading
Beyoncé has surprised the world more than once. There was the time she broke away from Destiny’s Child and became one of the biggest music superstars in the universe; the time she dropped an entire album — that is utterly #flawless in every way — without any promotion; the time she unsurprisingly became the queen of America; and the time she proved she doesn’t need to abide by the industry standards of what it takes to make an awesome music video. Continue reading
I had a vision for this article. It was something along the lines of, “How can I write something where it would be relevant to include the music video for Independent Women Pt. I by Destiny’s Child?” (The creative process at its best, y’all!) Continue reading
Let me just start by saying “Blank Space” is one of, if not my favorite song on Taylor Swift’s new album 1989. Of course, if we’re being honest, picking one favorite is pretty tough. Regardless, when TSwift’s album hit the shelves on October 27, the world was in a frenzy over her new, totally reimagined sound. Then, on November 10, the world was graced with the official video for “Blank Space” and it did not disappoint. Continue reading
I might be a bit biased, but I’m officially in love with Lea Michele’s “Cannonball” music video. Since the beginning of Glee, I have been in love with Lea’s character Rachel because she was spunky, confident and knew one day she was going to be a star. Throughout her time on the show, you watched Rachel grow into Lea, but Lea has also grown tremendously since she started Glee. In my humble opinion, this music video is the most perfect debut for Lea Michele into a new realm of entertainment.
Miley Cyrus knows how to make an impression. That cannot be argued. Lately, that impression has shown the same trend: less clothing, more French kissing inanimate objects. It’s no secret that she is telling the public that she’s all grown up now, but has she overused this highly sexualized image already? After watching the “Adore You” music video, I’d have to answer that with a solid yes. Continue reading