Huey Mack is a rising rapper in the pop music scene, so we felt it was only right to introduce PopCrushers to him via this 10 Things You Didn't Know list.
Singer-songwriter duo A Great Big World -- comprised of the supremely talented Chad Vaccarino and Ian Axel-- are making some serious waves. They've ended up on Christina Aguilera's radar and that's just the tip of the pop music iceberg, as they're nabbing fans left and right with their amazing compositions.
Ariana and the Rose, a born and bred New Yorker, recently blogged exclusively for PopCrush about her experiences taking in the shows and performing at New York Fashion Week. She also hit up the festivities in London.
Hey, Rushers! We have the best news EVER for you! We've teamed up with Big Time Rush and Heffron Drive member Kendall Schmidt to give away a pair of tickets to one of the dates on Heffron Drive's upcoming tour, starting Nov. 23. That's something to be thankful for this Thanksgiving season.
Rixton hail from the U.K. and they made their initial splash in the U.S. with their video for 'Make Out,' in which they parody the hottest videos in pop music, like Lady Gaga's 'Applause' and Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines,' to name a few. The boys established that they not only have a sense of humor but that they also make cray cray catchy pop songs.
Corey Hart's debut single 'Sunglasses at Night' was a monster hit in the early '80s. It catapulted the singer to massive superstardom and the song endures, beloved by generations of music fans for its titular hook.
Ariana and the Rose, a born and bred New Yorker, sat front row and performed at Fashion Week in New York, London and Paris! You can't beat that kind of exposure, and the singer, who epitomizes downtown NYC cool with her look and her electro synth pop sound (think Lana Del Rey x Regina Spektor x LaRue), agreed to document her exploits at Fashion Week in multiple cities with PopCrush! How very cool of her, right?
Some 30 years after Corey Hart exploded onto the pop music scene with his iconic debut single 'Sunglasses at Night,' the song has been reborn in a unique and fresh way as 'Night Visions (Sunglasses).' But it's hardly V 2.0.