Ariana Grande makes the purrfect partner


Break out the google because you’re going to need it. Ariana made another song and she decided to enlist a DJ that no one had heard of and that many think is the cat from Paula Abdul danced with in her one music video, but sadly we aren’t good enough to get that. So here is our review of Cashmere Cat and Ariana Grande’s song “Adore.”

Lyrically and vocally, the song is amazing. The song shows off how Ariana’s voice in a way where it isn’t annoying nor songs the same as the rest of Ariana’s work to where it’s more interesting to listen to a cat meowing while being autotuned. The song is pretty much a hit.

What’s not working for it? The randomness of the song of the instrumental that Cashmere Cat composed along with his name. Who in the hell thought of that name? Did he wake up one morning and decided to put on a cashmere sweater and had that “ah ha” moment where his love of cats clicked with his fashion. Anyways, while the majority of instrumental was awesome and was a perfect fit, parts of it felt like it was a bit off. Like he was high on cat nip and decided to live life on the edge of his cat bed.

Overall, the song is a great song and I would highly recommend listen to it below. But it not as good as their last song on Ariana’s album “My Everything”:


Rating: 4 cats out 5


The Ode to really really really liking someone



Everyone’s favorite Canadian that happens to be older than Adele is back and she has literally created a sequel to her hit song “Call Me Maybe.” That’s right, Carly Rae Jepsen is back and she’s telling some boy (or girl, we don’t judge) that she really likes them in her newest single “I Really Like You” Before you read our review, listen to the song here:

The song itself is catchier than getting crabs at Charlie Sheen’s house. It will have you scratching away humming the chorus. And like crabs, it doesn’t go right away. It’s pretty much the same formula that was used to create “Call Me Maybe.” It’s like she said “Why fix something that isn’t broke?” and mashed it with “Tonight I’m Getting Over You” and this was a baby we got. The song talks about liking someone and trying to tell some that you really like them even though it’s not going to last.

What’s not working for the song? The fact that it’s probably more too childish for someone who is Carly’s age. Yes, I went there. The song is shallower than a plastic kiddy pool. While sometimes it’s good, but it’s not in this case. It would be better if there was more too it than her singing really like 5 hundred times.

Overall, it’s going to be a summer hit and we shall get ready to listen to it for months now. Even if it’s a horrible song.


 Rating: 4 reallys out of 5

The End is Glee


Midseason thoughts

There is only three weeks left of Glee and I thought that I would share my thoughts on the newest and final season of American’s version of Degrassi, but Glee knows when it’s time to end.

Season Six of Glee is pretty much amazing. It’s so much better than the last two seasons. The story arches have been good and the music this season has been so good that you kinda want to spent money every week to buy it. Now my only problem with this season, and it’s a problem that the show openly makes fun of (which I love and despise), I want to know more about the lives of the newbies.

Unlike the failed attempt in season four, this new set of Glee kids are actually amazing and I want more of them. I really don’t care to see Rachel, Kurt, and Blaine anymore and I’m tired of dealing with their shiz. I want to know more about Jane, Spencer, Roderick, and the twins that I don’t remember their names (we will call them Jerry and Terry). I think I would care more about the alumni if they interacted more with the newbies. The last set of newbies were just bland and carbon copies as they tried to replace the alumni. The only I liked was Kitty. Her bluntness and evilness is adorable. Then I like that she has a male clone in Spencer who is an absolute dick, who just happens to be gay.

Sue Sylvester is also funnier than ever and well….being Sue. If you thought she funnier before, well she tops herself.

Overall, the season is good and I want more of Glee.

Selena wants us to know about Zedd


Selena Gomez is back and this time, she is teaming up with the German hunk that has stolen her heart Zedd (I cannot guarantee if I will not refer to Zedd as Lord Zedd). They decided that they will take their love and produce a love baby in the form of the song “I Want You to Know.” And we decided to review the single for you, that way you can save your eardrums if the song is bad: If you want to take the leap with us, here the song:

The song itself is a catchy song. It describes the love that Zedd and Selena has (or at least I like to think so). ¬† Now the song itself is an okay song. It isn’t like Selena’s previous album Stars Dance but at the same time it’s better than the crap she threw at us on the Greatest Hits album (minus The Heart Wants What it Wants and My Dilemma 2.0). I expect it to be one of those songs that will grow over you in time but it’s not anything that I thought it would be. I had low expectations on it. While Zedd is a powerhouse when it comes to producing and releasing singles, it just felt like it was a demo. The best part was the beats at the end. I think it was mainly because of the person singing it.

While Selena has grown into a decent singer, she still doesn’t have a voice like some of the artist that Zedd has worked with. The song will be a bit better if there was a different sing that gave it a little more to it.

Overall, the song is an okay song. It’s not spectacular nor is it horrible. It’s just okay.


Rating: 3.5 Harpers out of 5