Last week Carly Rae Jepsen released Dedicated, her first album in four years. As of today, it sits at No. None of this will matter a lick. While a select few pop artists, namely Ariana Grande, have managed to break through to global superstardom by being authentically conversant with hip-hop, more have either abandoned or been deprived of traditional pop preeminence , instead becoming niche heroes. Unburdened from the pressure of churning out trendy radio singles and hitting album sales targets, performers like Jepsen have embraced an altogether different type of pop success, something quainter than the all-encompassing appeal their sound might have them pegged for. They release product idiosyncratically, often tour nonstop, and feed their faithful through social media.
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Ariana Grande? It's time to find out who PopBuzz crowned 'Single of the Year' We could not be any more grateful for all of the hits we've been blessed with this year which is why putting together a list of which songs stood out the most is no small feat. The PopBuzz team debated endlessly as to which songs should make the cut and what order they should be in and things got tense. There were disappointments Little Mix, Normani, Tinashe - you were robbed , controversial rules only one song per artist means this list is missing a lot of iconic Ariana bops and surprises see below but we can all agree that this list slaps. Tropical and wistful production?
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New year, new music: is already proving to be one of the biggest years for musical hits. With new songs from some of our favorite artists and those who are making their debut in the new year, there is bound to be multiple standout singles throughout the year. Some of these songs might make you shed a tear, while others will have you running to the dance floor and busting your favorite move.
From the teen romance of her debut single to Me! Fri 26 Apr The end result is disjointed and completely at odds with her usual watertight songwriting. The unexpected sound of Swift singing about the struggles of being an indie artist — at the time, she was signed to Big Machine, a label set up specifically for her — was subsequently repurposed as a US Olympic theme.