Ray's Top 5 of the Week (September 22 - September 28)
5. Capital Cities - Safe & Sound
4. Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball
3. Katy Perry featuring Juicy J - Dark Horse
2. Lorde - Team
1. Lady Gaga - Applause
I'm here for this era being done in Pop/Rhythmic/Urban format.
Spring/Summer: Starships/Right By My Side/Beez In The Trap
Late Summer/Fall: Va Va Voom/Marilyn Monroe/Champion
Winter/Early Spring: Pound The Alarm/Young Forever/I Am Your Leader
Spring/Summer: Whip It/Fire Burns/HOV Lane
I know, 12 singles is way too much, but to the public it would probably feel like 4-6 songs. If they all got videos, we would have 12 videos (+Turn Me On and Stupid Hoe makes 14), plus all the other videos from songs where she's featured. Imagine.
Britney Spears | Katy Perry | Beyonce | Kelly Clarkson | Lady Gaga
One Direction | Drake | Miley Cyrus | Justin Timberlake | Selena Gomez | Mack Wilds | Arianna Grande | Robin Thicke |
"Katy Perry's biggest charm of all though is the fact that she just wants to be a very very good popstar. There's no holier-than-thou message, off-kilter experimentalism or self-indulgence, just hit after hit after future hit. And it's for this very reason that Katy Perry is fast becoming the world's very best popstar right now." - Digital Spy Twitter | Last.FM | Tumblr