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Honoring pop music’s hottest songwriters, producers and publishers, The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) has announced the winners of the 2021 ASCAP Pop Music Awards, which will be celebrated on @ASCAP social media through April 15. After a record-setting year following the release of his double platinum album After Hours, pop superstar Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye is named ASCAP Songwriter of the Year for the first time in his career. Known for his signature alternative R&B sound, velvety voice and pitch-perfect falsetto, The Weeknd undeniably dominated the charts in 2020. Taking home the ASCAP Songwriter of the […]

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Dave Grohl, Halsey, Nirvana, Post Malone

There’s truly something special whenever our favorite artists decide to cover songs from other bands and genres. It shows off their musical chops, their taste and their ability to imprint their style on anything they’re performing.  Some artists, such as Post Malone, Miley Cyrus and YUNGBLUD, have made a name for themselves with their innovative covers […]

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21 artists 21 or younger, lil nas x, beabadoobee, noahfinnce, deathbyromy

Thanks to the internet, our exposure to new artists isn’t reliant on record deals and radio hits. Alternative artists of all ages have been able to blow up on social media, release music on their own and launch their careers out of their bedrooms.  This is especially true for young artists. With the cult following […]

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alternative covers of pop songs, pale waves, girl in red, yungblud, Sofía Valdés

While we love when artists gift us with never-before-heard songs, there’s just something about a cover that will always get us excited.  Since the Punk Goes Pop days, scene artists covering pop tracks have been a popular trend, and vice versa. Through unexpected collabs and covers, we’ve discovered mainstream artists who are truly scene kids […]

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Post Malone, dominant aw-shucks pop star and lovable collector of face tattoos, has been on a strange, busy run lately. Just in the past month, Posty has dropped a Hootie And The Blowfish cover, played a Pokémon anniversary show, and put on an arena-goth performance at the Grammys. Now he’s out here playing country songs with Dwight Yoakam’s backing band.

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Brittany Howard Short And Sweet Jimmy Kimmel-min

Following her big night at the Grammys, Brittany Howard debuted a soulful performance of her powerful song “Short And Sweet” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. “Short And Sweet” is off of her new solo album Jaime which earned her five Grammy nominations this year. Read more: Musicians show support for Asian community after Atlanta-area shootings Over […]

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It seems like TikTok is influencing everything, from making pancake cereal to dance crazes inspired by Grammy winner Megan Thee Stallion all the way to fascinating genre-crossover covers. You may be familiar with the viral track, and now radio hit, “Put Your Records On” covered by Ritt Momney.  It was this very song that inspired […]

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It would be a vast, wild overstatement to call last night’s Grammys telecast good. This was, after all, a Grammys telecast, full of rabbit-brained awards decisions and sleepy ballads and a soul-choking sense of self-seriousness. These things simply will not change; they are baked into the whole Grammys experience. But it would not be a vast, wild overstatement to say that this year’s Grammys were a whole lot better than they usually are. Grammy voters are still making utterly baffling and infuriating decisions about which music deserves hardware, but the people in charge of putting the show together seemed to have some idea what they were doing. This is progress! Or something!

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