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Songs That Deserved A Music Video, According to Stans

Music videos take on much different meaning within stan culture than they do in the general public. They’re not just a fun visual representation of

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Pop Crave’s Top 40 Albums of 2020

Artwork by @FameKilled   Where would we be in 2020 without music? In a year plagued by so much loss and paralyzing, radical change, it

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Pop Crave’s 2021 Grammy Predictions

Artwork: @FAMEKILLED (Twitter)   The first thing you need to know about the Grammy Awards is they aren’t necessarily about quality, cultural impact or personal

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Pop Crave Exclusive: Gia Woods Interview

While she may have just released her debut EP, ‘CUT SEASON,’ Gia Woods has been hustling on the periphery of pop music for over five

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Review: “I Hate Parties” By Nick Karcher

This month rising artist Nick Karcher released his moody anthem, “I Hate Parties” that will surely leave a nostalgic feeling on his listeners ears about

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The Weeknd & Doja Cat Channel The 80s With “In Your Eyes” Remix

The Weeknd has released the sultry remix of “In Your Eyes” featuring Doja Cat, which serves as the third single off his latest album, ‘After Hours.’

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Lana Del Rey’s Letter To Critics Met With Backlash Online. Here’s Why

Lana Del Rey is facing backlash online today after name dropping several major female recording artists in a letter addressing the double standards of the music

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It’s Time To Get Rid Of The TikTok Song Stigma

The top two songs on the Billboard Hot 100 this week (“Say So,” “Savage”) rose to popularity in large part thanks to viral videos on

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The Best Doja Cat x Nicki Minaj Mashups

Fans have been waiting so long for a Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj collaboration that they’ve already made dozens of mashups for themselves on YouTube.

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This Japanese Cover of Doja Cat’s “Say So” Is a Must Listen

Somehow, this YouTuber has managed to create a cover Doja Cat‘s smash hit “Say So” that’s even catchier than the original.   Performed in Japanese,