Ashley Tisdale returns with new single ‘Voices In My Head’

There’s still that he said, she said

It’s been almost 10 years since Ashley Tisdale, the queen of Disney Channel in the mid 2000s to late 2010s (fight me on that), has given us a official album and single. Ashley is underrated and underappreciated. She have given us bop after bop and who do we all talk about? It’s the sledgehammer licking Molly Cyprus, tattooed Debbie Lovelotto, and that Bieber loving Seoulina Gomez. Don’t worry, Ashley is back and here to make every remember her name, like they don’t already.
My thoughts after listening to “Voices In My Head”
“Voices In My Head” is Ashley Tisdale bopthem (yep! I still making it happen). It shows a mature Ashley as she talks about dealing with anxiety and depression with her newest album “Symptoms.” I’m all here for this mature Ashley because the highlight of the entire thing is her saying fuck. That’s right, Sharpay Evans released a song with dropping the F bomb. Ashley Tisdale has only had one fuck to give and she gave it in this song. I’m all for this era for Ashley Tisdale. Sure, “Headstrong” was probably her best era. I’m shook from listening to this song. “Voice In My Head” is everything. It’s still a pop bop that she’s known for but all hits the acoustic vibes that we were loving on her YouTube channel. If you don’t know anything about music on YouTube, then you are greatly missing out on the gems she’s been giving us. Take a listen to the new single below:
https://youtu.be/o5hTJ7tCssA

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Top 5ive: High School Musical 3 Senior Year

 

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In the final Top 5ive of the week, it’s time to look at the big screen movie that made everyone go to the theatre just to see what the hell happens to Gabriella and Troy.  While it’s the most musically strong, here The Pop Project’s Top 5ive:

5. Now or Never

An amazing opener to the movie because it literally made you go “wow, this is really well done.” It was the first song that was released from the movie, and the first clip we saw. It really made the movie stand out from HSM and HSM2. The song was catchy and very very stereotypical. Like when Gabrielle and Troy have a moment in the middle of the game, who the f does that?

 

4. A Night to Remember

It’s the song about Prom. It’s probably the flashy and most choreographed number in the show, besides the Sharpay numbers. That’s all really to say about it, it speaks for itself.

 

3. Just Wanna Be With You

 

It’s just so catchy and makes you go “awww” because it’s amazing and sweet Groy number that makes the feels just come out. Especially when they did it again at the end when Groy breaks up again and Troy drives for the first time in the series to find Gabriella. Yeah, it was sweet. Troy is a pompous ass in the musical when performing this song because he ruins Kelsi’s playing.

 

2. We’re All In This Together

 

Yes, it made the list twice because the Graduation Mix is pretty much amazingly done with little instruments and all vocals. It’s vocals better than the one featured in our Top 5ive of HSM. It also brings the feels

 

1. I Want it All

It’s the song that literally is why it became a franchise. It’s literally the best song that has come out of series. It’s perfection. It starts out slow and then hits it’s mark and speeds up like it’s nobody’s business. It gets stuck in your head and you don’t want it out. It’s also the big moment in the movie where it all comes together and they finally full “break free” of all  the social barriers.

 

 

Do you agree with our Top 5ive? If no, what songs would you have on it from the HSM3? Let us know in the comments below!

 

Top 5ive: High School Musical 2

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It’s time for the Top 5ive of the second highest-rated Disney Original Movie of all time! High School Musical 2 brings your favorite wildcats during their summer vacation as they try to milk more money out of this franchise by taking the first movie’s plot and changes the setting and key plot points–we all know it’s true. So here is the top 5ive songs from HSM2.

5. What Time is it

It’s the greatest get ready for summer anthem plan and simple. It’s the first time that all three pairs are featured and it’s pretty much in epic fashion. You have a lunchroom and hallway dance party, huge ass human wave. It was everyone’s dream to break out in this song was they were leaving for summer vacation.

 

4. Bet it On it

Nowadays, you probably know the clip of the song from someone epically combining it with Frozen’s “Let it Go.” Also known as Sassy Zac Efron. But this was one of Zac’s first solo numbers using his own voice. In case you didn’t know, They blended Zac’s voice with Drew Seeley’s voice for all the songs. It’s really noticeable in parts. This song is epic.

 

3. I Don’t Dance

This was the most interesting numbers that they incorporated dating with baseball. It also doesn’t involve Zac but rather Lucas and Corbin, which did really well pulling this off. This looked liked a hard af number to pull off. It’s pretty much the best.

 

2. You Are the Music in Me

The “What I’ve Been Looking For” of the movie and of Disney for a year and a half after the movie premiered. This song was on the Disney Channel more than HSM2–literally. They pretty much played the movie all weekend for it’s premiered and then nothing until the end of the year. WTF? But it’s a nice little song that is a Groy duet that is later covered by Sharpay in a more poppy version of it.

 

1. Fabulous

THIS.SONG. It started the tradition that Sharpay and Ryan get the best and flashy numbers. This song is pretty much icon. It literally speaks for itself.

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Top 5ive: High School Musical

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It’s been 10 years since the world was introduced to High School Musical. The franchise that gave the world Zac Efron’s abs, Vanessa Hudgens when she still had Anne in her name and was not making out with creepy James Franco, and the urge to have high school students busting down social barriers while bursting out in song. Welcome to High School Musical Week here at The Pop Project! To kick the week off right, I’m counting down the wondering soundtrack of the first movie and the gems that Zac Efron hardly sang on. Here’s the Top 5ive songs of High School Musical!

5. We’re All in This Together

To kick off the countdown, why not have the song that everyone knows the dance moves! It’s the closing number after the big game that everyone and their mother attended in matching attires and sorted colors. The song even has a nice breakdown that is constantly played over and over throughout the first movie. It’s like they couldn’t come up with another snippet to use to get us to buy the album.

4. Start of Something New

All it took was a snowy New Year’s Eve and a random guy to set up Troy and Gabriella for a karaoke song against their will because of a high school student’s worse nightmare: peer pressure. The song kinda of started the ball rolling when it comes to the message of the movie. As well as started the ball rolling when it comes to the Troy-Gabriella relationship that would take literally another movie to blossom into full romance.

3. Bop To the Top

It’s the song that made everyone think they knew Spanish because how it incorporated it into this latin song that is pretty much the Ryan and Sharpay number that everyone remembers. It’s over the top, and catchy, like most of the songs off of the first movie.

2. What’ve Been Looking For

It was the first Disney song that was constantly played over and over on every commercial break. It also doesn’t help that there is two different versions of it. There was the poppy version sung by Sharpay and Ryan and then the ballad version by Troy and Gabriella. The song was rather catchy and a well written. Hence why it’s at the number two spot.

1. Breaking Free

It’s the song that literally is why it became a franchise. It’s literally the best song that has come out of series. It’s perfection. It starts out slow and then hits it’s mark and speeds up like it’s nobody’s business. It gets stuck in your head and you don’t want it out. It’s also the big moment in the movie where it all comes together and they finally full “break free” of all  the social barriers.

 

Honorable Mention: I Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You

This song is everything. It’s one of the best songs that isn’t in the movie.

 

Do you agree with our Top 5ive? If no, what songs would you have on it from the first movie? Let us know in the comments below!