Carly Rae Jepsen made a huge splash with her first single “Call Me Maybe.” Will the follow-up single, “This Kiss” strike the same chords with her fans?
The new song is available to download today on iTunes, and is the second single off of Carly Rae’s upcoming record, titled simply “Kiss.”
It might be tough to top the Billboard record-breaking song “Call Me Maybe,” but we think Carly Rae can do it, and we absolutely cannot wait to hear the rest of the album (especially her duet song with Justin Bieber!)
The teen generation is quickly taking over the music world and the proof is in the iTunes!
One Direction has skyrocketed on the charts after yesterdays performance on the today show – bringing their album to #1 on iTunes and putting 3 of their songs in the top 100.
Carly Rae Jepsen is also setting new records for herself today – her famous single “Call Me Maybe” is now in the #7 spot!! This is especially impressive when you take into consideration that her song was accidentally deleted from iTunes when it was in the #17 spot and had to start climbing the charts from scratch!
Cody Simpson‘s new song “So Listen” featuring T-Pain, which was barely released today, has already reached #87 on iTunes (and the day is still young)! Wow!
Selena Gomez‘s “Love You Like a Love Song“, which is by no means a new-born, is still holding on to a #72 spot even after all this time! We know that we are still far from being sick of this catchy tune!
Taylor Swift is also holding down two songs within the top 100 category – but there’s no surprises there! Taylor always seems to have at least one song in the top spots! Keep ‘em coming, Taylor!
We can only imagine how much the teens will dominate the music scene once Justin Bieber‘s new album drops! We can’t wait for the King of Pop to join his peers in this new teen music phenomenon!
Universal Music Group, along with Sony, EMI, and Warner, have released a compilation to help aid the victims of Japan’s earthquake and Tsunami. The collection of songs, titled “Songs For Japan”, is being sold exclusively online, and all artists involved have agreed to waive any royalties to the music which means that every penny earned from the sales will go straight to the relief effort. Many musicians are featured on the 38 song track list, and Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga just confirmed that they would also be a part of this cause-worthy project.
“I love the people and the culture of Japan. We all need to do our part to help,” Bieber told AOL Music.
A teen sensation is sweeping the nation, and her name is Rebecca Black. The 13 year-old singer created the oh-so-infectious pop ballad “Friday”, that has earned 16million+ views on Youtube, and the attention of the internet world at large. So is she the next Justin Bieber?- Not exactly.
Black has earned over night stardom not for her talent, but for her supposed lack there of. The song which has just hit #39 on iTunes, has been dubbed “the worst song ever” by many critics, and has even caused the teen to be cyber-bullied in several instances.
In a recent interview with Andrea Canning of ABC News, Rebecca opens up about her experience thus far, and proves that the best revenge for her haters has been success itself.
Watch the full interview here, and share your input below:
Gwyneth Paltrow blew everyone away last night with her guest appearance on Glee. She was so phenomenal that her rendition of “Forget You” has already landed a top spot on iTunes! Nielsen ratings also show that Gwyneth’s episode attracted the most Gleeks since Britney Spears made a cameo.
Will Gwyneth be back anytime in the near future? Glee’s creator, Ryan Murphy, told E! News, “[Gwyneth] and I want her to come back. It depends on [the] story…I love her.”
If she were to return, we’d definitely be tuned in!