The dual-weekend festival will separate artists by genre, with rock acts playing May 8-9, followed by pop acts May 15-16.
Taylor Swift: Big Brother of the pop charts.
Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande, Lady Antebellum, Iggy Azalea, Paramore and Sia and special guest Gwen Stefani will also perform, with Carson Daly as their host.
In true Swiftian fashion concerning the subjects of her many songs, we’ll probably never know for sure.
Beyoncé clearly won the night, but since we don’t want anyone going home feeling like a loser (seriously, it’s an honor to even perform at the VMAs), we here at Radio.com decided to give out a few awards of our own.
Swift’s new single “Shake It Off” is “a pure pop-center-sound song” that “fits right in” alongside music from the likes of Katy Perry and Ariana Grande.
It was the live debut of “Shake It Off,” the first single from her new album 1989.
“If you look at it carefully, it’s a massively inclusive piece. It’s very, very innocently and positively intentioned. And — let’s remember — it’s a satirical piece.”
1989 is about “the phase after that where you brush yourself off and you’re okay,” she says.
Mark Romanek’s road to Taylor Swift was paved with videos by Michael Jackson, Weezer, Madonna, The Wallflowers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, En Vogue and Fiona Apple.
The brand apparently can’t sell Biebs and Swift’s scents; sadly, few want to smell like either of them.
One quarter of a century ago, before Spotify, before iTunes, before mp3s and Napster and the resurgence of vinyl, way back in the monoculture before YouTube and Twitter, what did 1989 sound like?
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There’s the ballerina getup, the cheerleader, the Gaga-esque futuristic shot, the hip-hop video — you name it, Swift dances it.
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