Giant In My Heart
Album: Sound of a Woman
Kiesza has a difficult time breaking up with her boyfriend in the concerned “Giant In My Heart.”
Testing synths opens the single, setting a stressed tone. He said it would end the relationship. Moving to another...
Not Myself Tonight
Christina Aguilera experiments being a dominatrix in the vampish “Not Myself Tonight.”
Cryptic synths open the single, setting a lurking tone. In the intro, she slips on her mask before stepping inside the club. The erotica she’s be...
All About You
Hilary Duff tries to turn a flirtation into a real romance in the imitative “All About You.”
A jaunty guitar opens the single, setting a folksy tone. She places her hand on his. He jumps a little, his face flustered. ...
Break The Rules
Charli XCX wants to grow up fast in the flippant “Break The Rules.”
A school bell rings, followed by clandestine synths, setting a It’s three am and the city is still lit up. Her friend tells her she’s hungry and wants something to eat now. They walk arou...
Doin’ What She Likes
Album: Based On A True Story…
Blake Shelton enjoys seeing his girlfriend happy in the thoughtful “Doin’ What She Likes.”
A moony guitar opens the single, setting an adoring tone. She rubs his nose against his and smiles. He gives her a smile in return and plays with a strand of her hair. He tell...
Beyonce has hot married sex in a limo in the kinetic “Partition.”
A male voice yells “drums” as a slinky synths open the single, setting a blazing tone. Her husband whispers in her ear that he’s ready. She tells their driver to if they could have some privacy. He pushes the ...
Text Me In The Morning
Album: Pop Psychology
Andy Glenn hopes for more than a one-night stand in the grinding “Text Me In The Morning.”
A puzzled guitar slides to and fro to start the single, setting a confused tone. He would give her adoring looks. She would extend their conversations each time she saw him. The flirting back...
Buckner & Garcia
Album: Pac-Man Fever
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Buckner and Garcia are addicted to Pac Man in the wacky “Pac-Man Fever.”
The buzz of a cartoon character traveling through the board, followed by the twirling of the said pummeling to its...
Steal My Girl
Harry Styles wards off other guys’ advances towarsd his longtime girlfriend in the co-dependent “Steal My Girl.”
A sweeping piano opens the single, setting a gallant tone. Her guy frie...
I Can’t Stop Drinking About You
Bebe Rexha knows she’s second choice in the stinging “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You.”
Restless synths open the single, setting a resentful tone. His arm falls on her stomach. She hears him snore. He stops breathing for a minute and she inst...
L.A.Love (La La)
Fergie plans her world tour in the ostentatious " L.A. Love (La La”).
In the intro, she la la’s over mussy synths, setting a tacky tone.
Her bodyguard tells the paparazzi to move as she w...
I’m Not The Only One
Album: In The Lonely Hour
A series of affairs ends a marriage in the stirring “I’m Not The Only One.”
An accepting piano opens the single, setting a forlorn tone. He looks through their wedding photographs. Five years ago, his husband said to all their family and friends that he wou...
One Minute More
Album: In a Tidal Wave of Mystery
Ryan Merchant implores his friend to live a little in the mettlesome “One Minute More.”
Sparky synths open the single, setting an awed tone. His friend looks over the train schedules online. He says they won’t have enough time. They’ll have to find somewhere el...
Album: Crash My Party
A summer romance ends too soon in the nostalgic “Roller Coaster.”
An infatuated guitar opens the single, setting a lovestruck tone. He complimented on her necklace. The necklace, a silver cross, was a gift ...
Aviici & Adam Lambert
Lay Me Down
Adam Lambert wants his boyfriend to tell him what’s wrong in the glamorous “Lay Me Down.”
Glowing synths opens the single, setting a cosmpolitan tone. Lambert’s boyfriend has been sitting alone in the study for...