"Spark The Fire" Video: Gwen Stefani Gets Swallowed Up In Emojis

Help: Gwen Stefani is drowning in cute little doodles. Tonight, the music video for the ever-ageless No Doubt frontwoman's super bubbly, Pharrell-helmed OMG-happy new single "Spark The Fire" has arrived and, well...it's, y'know, cute? It's cute. There's a lot of dancing in the clurb, and tons of…


"Spark The Fire": Gwen Stefani Turns Text Talk Into A Tune

Ohemgee, Gwen Stefani is back again. The No Doubt goddess actually came back weeks ago with her chant-heavy marching midtempo "Baby Don't Lie." It's a chill jam, but the song quickly lost steam — not that it ever really acquired any steam to begin with. (That phoned-in video clip certainly didn't…


"Baby Don't Lie" Video: Gwen Stefani Makes A Blurry, Not So Sweet Escape

Erm, well. The video for Gwen Stefani's grand comeback track "Baby Don't Lie" has arrived and...it's fine. Or maybe a little less than fine, actually. It's kind of bad? It is. For one thing, a technical ugh: The video's all fucked up and grainy! At 1080p, the image should absolutely not look like…


Gwen Stefani Teases "Spark The Fire," Which Sounds Like Even More Of A Comeback

Here's the thing: Gwen Stefani's grand return to the music scene, "Baby Don't Lie," is fine, but it's not the most original or awe-inspiring track of 2014, real talk. (It's cool, but it's certainly no "What You Waiting For?") This, however, is what I'm talking about: Gwenny Gwen just teased a full…


"Baby Don't Lie": Listen To Gwen Stefani's Grand Return

This shit is still bananas. B-A-N-A-N-A-S. It's been six devastatingly long years since No Doubt icon and Harajuku Girl enthusiast Gwen Stefani released her last solo single, the incredibly underrated "Early Winter." Plenty has changed in music since then: Lady Gaga briefly became the biggest…


Fergie And Gwen Stefani Are Both Doing The Solo Comeback Thing In The Next Few Weeks

Fergalicious (adj.) 1. Make them boys go loco 2. Make them boys go crazy Fergie, G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S chanteuse, is reportedly about to do the whole comeback thing Nearly one full decade after the release of her debut solo record The Dutchess (8 years, to be exact), the former Black Eyed Peas…


Maroon 5, "My Heart Is Open": This Is What Gwen Stefani Sounds Like In 2014

In case you haven't heard, No Doubt frontwoman-turned-Love. Angel. Music. Baby. pop goddess Gwen Stefani's gradual return to music has been the worst kept surprise in pop this year. And now, we've got our first taste of new Gwen in 2014. "My Heart Is Open" is a Sia-penned power ballad, featured on…


Hey Gwen Stefani, You Got Something To Tell Us?

[dropcap size=small]G[/dropcap]wen Stefani: No Doubt trailblazer, Harajuku Girl Enthusiast, Orange County Girl, Non-Hollaback Girl — and the next pop diva to make a comeback? Sure looks that way. Exhibit A: The live comeback. Last weekend, the "Yummy" songstress joined longtime collaborator…


Gwen Stefani Makes A Glorious Surprise Return At Coachella With Pharrell

It's been far, far too long since No Doubt diva, Harajuku girl enthusiast and ageless beauty Gwen Stefani last blessed our ears with solo sound. In fact, that moment in time ended back in early 2008 with the release of her unbelievably underrated, final Sweet Escape ballad "Early Winter." Let us…


Daily B: Britney Talks to Peter Robinson for Stylist Magazine

Hot off the heels of his interview with Britney posted back in August, PopJustice's Peter Robinson was invited to chat with the Holy Spearit once again for the UK's Stylist. The results? Roughly more of the same, although if anyone's gotten Godney to budge and offer anything beyond her industry…


Dancing in Graveyards with Charli XCX

Though only 19 years old, Charli XCX has making a name for herself in the British pop circle for years now. After rising to underground fame as a Londontown club kid and unleashing a smattering of songs to the Internetz, the young electro-pop singer has opened for several high-profile acts,…


Introduucing...Woman E!

Sounds Like: Annie, Gwen Stefani Genre: Electro-pop Woman E are--contrary to the name--a one woman, two man production, featuring Ria Berlin on vocals, Uwe Doll on keyboards, production and song-writing duties, and Steve Rooney on drums. Last September, the kitsch-pop trio premiered with their…