90s nostalgia finally hits the pop charts.
Tag: On the charts
Future, Drake, Lil Wayne, and pop’s fluid identity
How features, collaborations, and various team-ups are reshaping the pop charts
Hadouken! brings cheeseball rock into the 21st century
How dubstep’s helping to save rock ‘n’ roll.
Demi Lovato makes weird noises
What the distinctly average “Heart Attack” can tell us about pop in 2013
Nelly returns to the charts via “Porsche”
An unrelentingly commercial musician aims for crossover again.
Fall Out Boy bails on alt-rock
The pop-punk group’s new single steers far away from pop punk.
One Direction brings an obscure punk classic to the charts
“Teenage Kicks” finally makes it to America.
The lightweight pleasures of Drake’s “Started From the Bottom”
It may not have much nutritional value, but it tastes great.
Florida Georgia Line and the new rap country
A seemingly impossible genre hybrid is coming to life on the Hot 100.
On the Lumineers’ commercial appeal
Why listeners might like “Ho Hey” because they like Blue Moon beer.
Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake reunite in the top ten
Two pop megastars resume their battle for the dance floor.
Macklemore screws with the charts
The chart-topping rap song that you won’t hear on rap radio.
On the charts: A mixtape rapper looks to prove his worth
A$AP Rocky tests the waters with “Fuckin’ Problem”
On the charts: We will never be free of Train
Bland adult-alternative everybros continue to dominate with “50 Ways to Say Goodbye”