The wait for PSY’s new single is over. “Gentleman” leaked earlier today, a day before its scheduled release, and it’s not as innocent as some may think.
In December, Diplo spilled the beans on Twitter about the collabo: “no lie i just finished something with @psy_oppa and @2chainz the mayan calendar predicted this.”
One Direction won an award last night that most artists would be embarrassed to earn, but the boys took it all in stride.
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs are back, returning to the airwaves with “Sacrilege,” their first new song since the release of the band’s Grammy-nominated 2009 full-length, It’s Blitz!.
Obviously you haven’t forgotten “Gangnam Style” or NASA’s Curiosity rover landing on Mars. Who could ever forget wondering what the fiscal cliff is or Superstorm Sandy?
Even more than the music we love, it’s often the songs we actively loathe that stick with us the most. Insidiously burrowing into your brain after one (or one million) unfortunate exposures, these diabolically engineered sound bombs are particularly offensive because no matter what, they simply cannot be avoided.
“If it’s gonna hurt my career or not, that’s not important. The most important thing is that as a human being, I really, fully regret the using of [those] kinds of words.”
Do you accept his apology?
Looks like PSY’s 15-minutes of fame are just about over.