It’s been quite a while since we heard a new song from our girl Taylor Swift, and even if you’re a guy, you have to admit every single of hers is catchy. Yes, it’s written about an ex-boyfriend (any guesses who it could be) and hopefully after he heard the song, got the point that it’s totally OVER.
Here at ANDPOP, not only do we love the artist’s original tracks but we love to see all the hidden talent over the internet. We recently rallied up our top covers from Fun, Skrillex and One Direction. Let us know if your faves made our faves list:
No Instruments: Peter Hollens
It’s no surprise that Justin Bieber is one of the most hardworking acts out there today. He’s basically already proven himself to the world with his pure talent, most recently off his newest album Believe. Justin has been working hard in the studio everyday rehearsing for the Believe Tour, that starts up September 29 in Glendale, AZ.
Everyone’s getting super antsy for the tour to start— cmon’ who has their countdowns going on? Thankfully, team Bieber keeps all of their followers up to date with the inside scoop on what we can expect. Jon M. Chu (who directed Never Say Never) is returning back with the crew to direct the tour and make it the most magical show ever. P.S. I’m still in favour of a NSN: Part Two. Possibly?
Of course we couldn’t love Justin enough, who just posted this new Viddy from inside the studio. What songs are you hoping make the set list?
Not many people can say that they taught themselves how to play an instrument at the young age of six.
But meet Jaxon Smith. He’s six years old and also a self-taught drummer. Rocking out to Foo Fighters’ Pretender, this kid totally nails the drumming and even brings out a little drum roll!
But while this is truly impressive, I feel really untalented now. I guess it’s time to take out my guitar and teach myself how to play a song.
The ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’ Blu-ray and DVD are released this Friday, May 13, and the film promises some special bonuses for fans.
As a special bonus for Bieber’s devoted fans, Paramount Home Entertainment is creating 500 Purple Tickets that will be randomly inserted into the DVDs, which will be released on Friday. Lucky recipients of the Purple Tickets can redeem them for a 5×7 film cell personally signed by Justin Bieber and an exclusive t-shirt.
The film is the highest grossing concert-themed film ever in U.S. history, having earned more than $72.7 million at the domestic box office. The Blu-ray/DVD Combo with Digital Copy and standard DVD will include a concert dance off that was not shown in theaters in which Bieber and his crew show off their dance moves, a full-length concert performance of “Favorite Girl” from the Director’s Fan Cut of the film, footage of Justin’s team surprising lucky fans with free concert tickets and a final farewell to Bieber’s signature hairstyle.
Here are some bonus clips for all you Bieber fans. Read more…
In early 2006 Harmonix split ways with the Guitar Hero series and went off with MTV to create Rock Band leaving Activision to contract Neversoft to re-build the game that Harmonix arguably perfected. This move marked the day that split the plastic instrument community right down the middle.
While some people saw no problem with the direction that Guitar Hero went in there is a hardcore contingency of people that would like nothing more than to see Guitar Hero vanish into obscurity and let Harmonix’s Rock Band franchise rule supreme. It has been said that ever since Rock Band was released Guitar Hero has been scrambling to avoid doing just that by “ripping off” Rock Band any chance they get. Well if that’s the case then on September 1st, 2009 they finally caught up. Read more…