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Behind The Hits: Jesse Saint John, the songwriter behind Kim Petras, Charli XCX and Brooke Candy

Photo Credit: David-Simon Dayan, via Billboard   Behind The Hits is a column brought to you by Pop Crave to highlight the work that goes into crafting perfect pop music. The artists we report on daily depend on talented songwriters
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A 2017 Lizzo Song Is About To Dominate This Summer

Editor’s note: Since publishing, Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” has debuted at #50 on the Billboard Hot 100.   Rising superstar Lizzo may just have a Song of the Summer on her hands, but it’s probably not the track you’re thinking of.

All The Clever Ways Stans Are Promoting Their Favorites On The Charts

Twitter stans will do just about anything to get their favorite’s song to #1.   Case in point: the Swifties. In the days following the release of Taylor Swift’s highly-anticipated TS7 lead single, “ME!” featuring Brendon Urie, Swifties across the

Slayyyter & BoySim on The Rise of DIY Pop

More than any other genre, pop music is often thought to be manufactured in a less than organic fashion. Thought up in a record label conference room rather than by the artists themselves, it’s not exactly thought to be a

Could the New Rolling Stones Chart Reshape Radio’s Impact?

The news of Rolling Stones launching its very own music chart last week has only left us with more questions, most importantly regarding radio’s future on the charts.   The Rolling Stones charts will measure the top 100 songs, top

The Return of Sean Kingston

  Sean Kingston is a singer-songwriter and rapper with roots in Kingston, Jamaica and Miami, Florida. He rose to prominence in mid-late 00’s with the #1 hit “Beautiful Girls,” and the follow up hits, “Fire Burning,” “Take You There,” and

Little Monsters Are Ready and Willing To Work Retail for Gaga

It seems as if Little Monsters will do just about anything for their queen Lady Gaga – even if that means working retail.   Gaga’s new Las Vegas retail shop “Haus of Gaga” – which will reportedly sell a wide