Number Ones: Lost Frequencies’ ‘Are You With Me?’, And The Uncomfortable Marriage Of Pop Music And DanceBy 411
The differences between Lost Frequencies’ ‘Are You With Me?’ and its source material –- a sped-up sample of a country tune –- says a lot about why some listen to pop music, and some listen to dance.
This is as good as it gets.
"I missed the point. I misunderstood, then misspoke. Sorry Nicki."
Without 'You're The Voice' and 'Khe San' there's literally nothing left for them to do.
"Australia needs to stand up for love and tolerance in these modern times."
Don't. Fucking. Mess with her.
"If I was aware of a friend or bandmate being violated, I would not stand by while it happened."
Yes, that Shaggy.
Unlike her two past chart-toppers, Trainor's latest single is bland, unadventurous and severely lacking in a chart-making controversy. So, what's happening?