Britney Spears Remixes

Britney Spears burst into the music scene as a teenager in 1998 with her international hit, “Baby One More Time.” She has earned a slew of hits on the US Billboard Hot 100, and already has over ten #1 singles on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart. She has been remixed by many of […]

Lady Gaga Remixes

Lady Gaga had a unique presence from the very beginning. We all wanted to see what her next look would be. And her music was just so catchy and fun, we could not get enough of her. Her first two career singles were so huge, they topped numerous charts across the globe. Not only has […]

Maroon 5 Remixes

Maroon 5 is an American pop-rock band from Los Angeles, California. Lead singer, Adam Levine, was only 15 when the group was formed under the name Kara’s Flowers. With little success, the members decided to disband and focus on college. Then, in 2001, they reconnected and came up with a new band name, now known […]

Christina Aguilera Remixes

Christina Aguilera was one of the members of Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club from the early 90’s. She was part of a young cast that would sing covers of original pop songs. Christina was would sing alongside other successful Mouseketeers, which included Ryan Gosling, Keri Russell, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake. The show was cancelled […]

Pink Remixes

Pink first appeared on the charts with the release of her debut single, “There You Go.” That song climbed all the way to #7 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. It charted even higher on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, peaking at #2. Just barely missing the top of the dance chart, […]

Sia Swings From A Chandelier

“Chandelier” is the debut single from Sia’s upcoming sixth studio album, 1000 Forms of Fear. The new album is set for release next month, and “Chandelier” is already Sia’s biggest selling solo single of her career. Her biggest hits include her 2011 collaborations, “Titanium” with David Guetta, and “Wild Ones” with Flo Rida. Born in […]

Throwback Thursday: The Party

The fun was back in 1991, when I had a routine of partying to John Garabedian’s Open House Party radio show every weekend (usually a party of one). Well, on one particular weekend, I was at a friend’s house hanging out and jamming to the music on the Open House Party. When we heard Mr. […]