Openly gay singer Steve Grand went from YouTube cover artist to an internationally known star almost overnight when his debut single ‘All American Boy’ went viral. His follow up album under the same name enjoyed success making him one of the most prominent LGBT singers of our time.
As far as straight white men go, there is only so much we can take of them on a daily basis, but this new YouTuber is actually quite bare-able. Dylan Will Not Participate is thoughtful, funny, and kind of attractive – making him one of our favourite new YouTubers.
She may have lived her career in Britney Spears’ shadow, despite having the more superior pipes, but we have decided to make Xtina the star of this list by listening to and ranking all of her albums!
After three long years since ARTPOP Gaga is back with another number one album, Joanne. Full off stripped back vocally strong tracks, the pop icon transitions between pop, rock and country for her latest efforts.
Apparently we have been living under a rock as we have only just stumbled upon Americas most exciting queer punk duo PWR BTTM.
It is the one year anniversary since the passing of Prince, and with a hefty catalogue of music he left the world we decided to rank his albums.
With a stellar pop album full of great vocals, fun songs, and cool production, Adore Delano saw mainstream success with her impressive debut album. We’ve decided to review the record, track by track.
With the success of her debut album setting up Willam in the music world, she came back even stronger with a solid sophomore effort.
For a short time in 2007, Mika blew up as one of the most interesting, and popular artists in the UK. Despite a sensational debut, his star burned as quickly as it did bright and we never heard from the British artist ever again.
Last year Todrick Hall dropped a Lemonade-esque visual album, Straight Outta Oz. Now he has reworked his successful project into a deluxe edition feature.