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"Shake It Off" is hater-proof, which is a good thing because damn do people ever hate it. Not everyone, of course: The lead single from Taylor Swift's 1989 is projected to become her second #1 hit…   Read Story »
Yesterday we heard about Earl Sweatshirt's distaste for Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" video. Earl wasn't the only one displeased with Swift's treatment of black stereotypes; among those mocking…   Read Story »
As a Taylor Swift fan, her new "Shake It Off" video is obviously a fucking disaster, a humblebraggy liberation-of-the-bad-dancers things set to a sub-"Hollaback Girl" anti-hater cheerleader chant…   Read Story »
Taylor Swift hosted a live webcast this afternoon from a studio at the top of the Empire State building, during which she announced three not-that-surprising surprises. The first was the debut of her…   Read Story »
Some rappers tell jokes, others are jokes. (Big Sean, that lovable cornball, is an amalgam of the two archetypes.) Ever since Wiz Khalifa floated on a cloud of kush smoke from the mixtape underground…   Read Story »
Every other year for the past eight years, Taylor Swift has put out an album in the fall and it looks like this year won't be an exception. The country-turned-pop star has been dropping hints about…   Read Story »
Trouble In Paradise is the sound of Elly Jackson letting her hair down. The La Roux singer's aggressive upward spike of follicles has been combed into a gentle waterslide-like swoop, and her second…   Read Story »
You might not think of Taylor Swift as a writer, but she's written or co-written every song that's appeared on any of her albums, and now she's written something else: An op-ed for The Wall Street…   Read Story »
What are you doing right this second? Reading this article, right? And maybe toggling between several other tabs, blasting some music, sipping some iced coffee, and/or twirling your hair? Maybe…   Read Story »
"She looks so perfect standing there/ In my American Apparel underwear" is the new "I like girls who wear Abercrombie & Fitch." Fifteen years ago, at the height of boy-band mania, America was…   Read Story »