Walk The Moon
Shut Up And Dance
Album: Talking Is Hard
Nicholas Petriccia meets his new girlfriend at the bar in the copycat “Shut Up And Dance.”
A stolen U2 riff opens the single, setting a familiar tone. The chorus opens the sin...
Living For Love
Album: Rebel Heart
Madonna won’t let another heartbreak stop her from falling in love again in the stodgy “Living For Love.”
Muffled synths open the single, setting a watery tone. He made ...
Album: Talking Dreams
Sydney Sierota and her boyfriend watch the stars in the heartwarming “Bright.”
An enraptured guitar opens thes single, setting an elated tone. ...
James Newton Howard & Jennifer Lawrence
The Hanging Tree
Album: Mockinjay, Part 1 sdtk
Jennifer Lawrence, as Katniss, lets her vulnerability show in the intriguing “The Hanging Tree.”
Album: Fifty Shades Grey
Abel Tesfaye wants to spoil his girlfriend in the skulking “Earned It.”
Majestic strings open the single, setting an impassioned tone. He is mesmerized by her. She’s all he thinks about. For once, he is free of angst. Most women are...
All I Really Want
Album: Jagged Little Pill
Alanis Morissette wants all the answers to her life in the questioning “All I Really Want.”
A disaffected guitar opens the single, setting a hardened tone. Her boyfriend is tapping his hands on the counter and biting his lip. Sh...
Album: Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey knows her ex-boyfriend will regret leaving her in the classic “Someday.”
Assuring synths open the single, setting a grateful tone. He told h...
Album: DF Dub
DF Dub likes his girls naughty in the obnoxious “Country Girl.”
A dim guitar opens the single, setting a simple tone. In the intro, he says he’s going to talk about his favorite girlfriend. (“Oh yea/I'll tell ya a story/About a country girl/Oh ye...
Blue (Da Bee Dee)
Jeffrey Jey is really depressed in the idiotic “Blue (Da Bee Dee).”
Histronic synths open the single, setting a joyous tone. He says his painted a deep navy blue, which looks black. Outside, the same color adorns his house and car. Despite having all these th...
It’s Not Over
Chris Daughtry tries to get back together with his ex-girlfriend in the solid “It’s Not Over.”
A pondering guitar opens the single, setting an aware tone. At lea...
Lady Gaga & Beyonce
Album: The Fame Monster
Lady Gaga wants to be alone for a little while in the electric “Telephone.”
Weary synths open the single, setting a tired tone. It’s the fourth time Gaga’s boyfriend ...
Tori Kelly can’t resist her crush any longer in the flawed “Nobody Love.”
Amiable synths open the single, setting a delighted tone. She doesn’t her emotions towards him. She wants to feel whole and have the storybook romance w...
Brandon Rush can’t wait until 5 pm in the chill “Weekend.”
An airy guitar opens the single, setting a relaxed tone. The pre-chorus opens the single. He pulls up in his driveway. He has stop first, though. A group...
Album: Sweet Talker
Jessie J ignores unrealistic expectations in the direct “Masterpiece.”
Vehement strings open the single, setting a confrontional tone. A reviewer said her songs do not have the same punch they once had. Some fans want a “do-over” album. She’s proud of her work and if it&rs...
Natalie La Rose & Jeremih
Jeremih and Natalie La Rose close the bar down in the limp “Somebody.”
In the ...