Pop star’s seventh LP features Dixie Chicks, St. Vincent, and Brendon Urie
The 18-track effort also boasts a song called “Cruel Summer”, which may or may not be about Kanye.
An original track from Panic! at the Moshpit.
“Toxic dudes doing toxic bullshit in this toxic industry.”
She Taylor-splained easter eggs and discussed her “rebellious” teenage years, as well.
The Nashville pop singer flaunts the first single off her upcoming seventh album.
The charity single and video benefits The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation and its mission to educate people about climate change and raise money for environmental causes.
Let the headbanging commence.
While Panic! At the Disco’s sound is rooted in pop, emo and alt-rock, singer Brendon Urie is looking to release metal music.
On fame, anxiety, and wanting to set yourself on fire.