Pop Philosophy: The Subjective Abstractions of Perception, Echoes of “Virtual Insanity” Provide Visual Motifs for Ariana Grande’s “In My Head”

As Ariana Grande continues to infiltrate the world of high fashion on the heels of her campaign for Givenchy, a music video made especially for Vogue seems only natural as opposed to non sequitur. The song in question tasked for being rendered to video specifically for Vogue? Well, “In My …

Tove Lo’s Friendship Is So Strong, It Makes Her Phone Immune to A Dead Battery As She Pep Talks Through the Elements & An Arrest in “Glad He’s Gone”

The bond created between two women who endure endless trials and tribulations together (usually spurred by some sort of male-delivered trauma) can and should never be underestimated. Which is why it’s entirely within the realm of possibility that Tove Lo’s fierce protectiveness for her friend, “Uma,” in the Vania Heymann/Gal …

Britney Spears Wants Her Catsuit Back & Other Issues With Miley Cyrus’ “Mother’s Daughter” Video

Although the message behind Miley Cyrus’ lead single from the She Is Coming EP is one of empowerment (particularly as it pertains to the rights of women to make decisions regarding their own bodies), the visual tack it has taken in the video directed by Alexandre Moors somewhat detracts from …

Taylor Swift Again Can’t Calm Down on Making Being Gay About Her in Video for “You Need to Calm Down”

The assumption that, “If Katy Perry and Taylor Swift can make peace with one another, so, too, can gays and homophobes” is the crux of Swift’s most standout visual from the video for her Pride-fueled “anthem,” “You Need to Calm Down.” Yet that doesn’t seem to stop any of the …