Beyoncé commands people to “bow down, bitches” in “Bow Down / I Been On,” a new track she posted to her Tumblr page today.
Here’s something you might know about me: Dragonette is the only act so far that I’ve seen live twice. The first time was during the closing ceremonies of the Outgames in Vancouver — the second time was at VENUE just recently. Obviously I’m a fan.
I have a love-hate relationship with their new video “Run, Run, Run” though. The Drew Lightfoot-directed video captures the vibe of the song, but it gets boring too. There’s something artsy about lead singer Martina Sorbara “running” through crowded city streets, although the video lacks a plot or conflict to keep things interesting.
More than a decade after storming the music charts, Pink remains one of the most dynamic performers in pop music today. This is why I’m so happy to hear that her tour is coming to Vancouver!
Alicia Keys brought her “Set The World On Fire” tour to Vancouver last Friday, and it was a spectacular show.
Donning a revealing top and curve-hugging leggings, Keys masterfully performed her most popular singles while peppering songs from her latest LP Girl on Fire. Highlights include the breathtaking “No one,” a performance where the audience happily waved their cell phones in the air (as instructed by Keys) while the singer-songwriter’s voice roared.
So I’m not gonna lie — I’ve heard of Natalia Kills before but never bothered listening to her stuff, thinking that she’s just part of the generic Euro Trash movement. As it turns out, I’ve been missing out because she’s fantastic.
Justin Timberlake did double duty as host and musical act on Saturday Night Live this weekend. During his monologue, Timberlake acknowledged the big expectations (“Thanks, Internet!”), but it turned out to be a great show.
Here are my top 5 moments.