Popstars have been the backbone of the music industry for decades upon decades. There were OG divas like Whitney Houston and Britney Spears. There were Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, and Rihanna. But it felt like we were in need of a fresh sound.

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Backstage with Josh Levi

A new version of the holiday classic "Let It Snow" is out now

Interview and Photos by Jordan Edwards

This past week, Josh Levi released a cover of "Let It Snow," the Christmas classic made famous by Boyz II Men. The track is faithful to the original while adding his own modern touch and updated production.

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Get to Know Honey Bxby

Her debut EP '3 Words, 8 Letters' is out now

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Interview and Photos by Jordan Edwards

In an industry full of manufactured stories and personas, Honey Bxby is unapologetically herself. Raised in New Jersey, she attended cosmetology school and spent time in a strip club before her dreams started coming true. It's like the plot of a Netflix or HBO movie, and it's real.

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The Demi Ramos Show: Catie Turner

Comedy & Tragedy:Act 1 is out now

The last time we talked to Catie Turner, she had just released her breakout single "God Must Hate Me." Since then, she's added singles like "Step Mom" and "Easy" to her catalog, demonstrating the emotional center and lyricism of a complete artist. Five years removed from American Idol, her appearance on the show is now the beginning of the story, not the main part.

Favorites and new tracks make up her latest project, Comedy & Tragedy. Act 1, which includes "God Must Hate Me" and five other songs, arrived on June 9. The second volume will be out later this year. To support the release, Turner starts a headlining tour tonight in Chicago with best friend Sophie Holohan opening.

Watch Demi Ramos talk to Turner about Comedy & Tragedy, life on tour, and how she feels about her experience on Idol.

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For more from Catie Turner, follow her on Instagram and TikTok.

You’ve most likely heard – or seen – Joe P’s song “Off My Mind” on TikTok – he’s always sharing clips of him singing alone in his backyard, no matter the weather.

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What Drives Shinedown After 20 Years

Watch our interview with frontman Brent Smith

Shinedown is one of the most successful rock bands of the 21st century. Since their debut album Leave a Whisper in 2003, the band has notched 19 number one rock radio singles. They also hold the distinction of having the number one song on Casey Kasem's final broadcast of American Top 20 in 2009.


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