Back to homepage

Tag "Song"

Camila Cabello Talks About Fifth Harmony’s First Single Without Her

Camila Cabello Talks About Fifth Harmony’s First Single Without Her

Camila Cabello Talks About Fifth Harmony’s First Single Without Her by Daniela Galvez There are no hard feelings here! MORE: WATCH: Fifth Harmony Drops First Single Since Camila Cabello’s Departure During an interview with AMP Radio, Camila Cabello was asked about Fifth

Read Full Article
Justin Bieber Assaulted After Refusing to Sing ‘Despacito’

Justin Bieber Assaulted After Refusing to Sing ‘Despacito’

Justin Bieber Assaulted After Refusing to Sing ‘Despacito’ by Daniela Galvez @JustinBieberKJ_/Twitter Looks like fans haven’t forgiven Justin Bieber for butchering the “Despacito” lyrics. MORE: Justin Bieber Mocks ‘Despacito’ Lyrics During Live Performance During the Summerburst Music Festival in Stockholm,

Read Full Article
Camila Cabello Sing ‘Despacito’

Camila Cabello Sing ‘Despacito’

Camila Cabello Sings ‘Despacito’  By Tanisha Love Ramirez Camila Cabello is giving us life with her cover of “Despacito.” The former Fifth Harmony member appeared on Capital FM Wednesday, where she was asked by host Roman Kemp to sing a

Read Full Article
Luis Fonsi Straightens Out Justin Bieber’s ‘Despacito’ Lyrics

Luis Fonsi Straightens Out Justin Bieber’s ‘Despacito’ Lyrics

Luis Fonsi Straightens Out Justin Bieber’s ‘Despacito’ Lyrics By Carolina Moreno Justin Bieber has yet to comment on a video of him butchering the lyrics to “Despacito,” despite having recorded a remix of the hit song in April. But Luis Fonsi,

Read Full Article
Help is Here – Non-Spanish Speaker ‘Despacito’ Lyric Guide

Help is Here – Non-Spanish Speaker ‘Despacito’ Lyric Guide

Help is Here – Non-Spanish Speaker ‘Despacito’ Lyric Guide We’re looking at you, Bieber.  By Carolina Moreno Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” became the No. 1 song in the country last week, a feat that hasn’t been achieved by a Spanish-language song since the

Read Full Article
‘Despacito’ First Spanish-Language Song To Be No. 1 In The U.S. Since The ‘Macarena’

‘Despacito’ First Spanish-Language Song To Be No. 1 In The U.S. Since The ‘Macarena’

‘Despacito’ First Spanish-Language Song To Be No. 1 In The U.S. Since The ‘Macarena’ By Carolina Moreno There’s nothing slow about how Luis Fonsi’s “Despacito” has taken over the music charts worldwide. The “Despacito” remix featuring Justin Bieber officially hit No.

Read Full Article

Follow Us

Facebook
TWITTER
YOUTUBE
LINKEDIN
INSTAGRAM
GOOGLE