Music Features

15 September 2012

Lady Gaga and Showbiz's Weirdest Demands

After Lady Gaga’s slightly bizarre request to only have PG Tips in her dressing rooms for her upcoming tour, we decidied to have a look at some of the weirdest ...
13 September 2012

The Czech Republic - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

The Czech music scene is divided into two camps; the more mainstream, Czech speaking side and the indie loving English speaking side. To make sure that we give you a ...
12 September 2012

Gangnam Style - Korea's King Of YouTube PSY

It takes a lot of internet buzz to sit upon the YouTube music charts, with Carly Rae Jepsen, One Direction and Justin Bieber having dominated the charts for some time. ...
12 September 2012

Should Adele Do The Next Bond Theme?

Adele has become even stronger a favourite to become the voice of the new James Bond theme, after reports have emerged that she’s been spotted around Abbey Road studios. With the ...
6 September 2012

Italy - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

While Spanish music spreads its way around to South America and a lot of other European music using English language lyrics as a way of breaching national barriers, Italian music ...
5 September 2012

Carly Rae Jepsen - Staying On Top Of The Heap?

A few weeks back, we here on FemaleFirst had a look at the curse of the one hit wonder, utterly presuming that Carly Rae Jepsen was going to fall into ...
30 August 2012

Belgium - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

For years the butt of everyone’s Eurovision jokes, Belgium has got out from under the ‘nil pois’ cloud and bloomed into a truly interesting musical landscape. Despite being blessed with artists ...
23 August 2012

The Netherlands - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

As The Netherlands isn’t really the biggest of places, it seems fitting that the large majority of the hottest Dutch acts sing in English. Targeting pan-European success as much as ...
22 August 2012

How Jagged Little Pill Changed Music

It was hard to exist in the 1990s and not be surrounded by Alanis Morisette. Beloved by all, the Canadian singer was a near constant on both the radio and ...
18 August 2012

Childish Gambino – The Rapidly Rising Star of Rap

Singers and actors often have a knack of switching places. Be in Mariah Carey doing a turn on screen or Zooey Deschanel releasing albums, the two fields often have a ...
16 August 2012

Spain - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

And yet we get more insular on our European journey. While Spanish music may be able to trade easily with music coming out of South America, their music rarely comes ...
13 August 2012

The Impact of The Spice Girls

Following The Spice Girls' triumphant cameo at yesterday's Olympic closing ceremony, it’s more than enough of an excuse to dust off those cassette copies of Wannabe and bop around like ...
9 August 2012

Germany - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

Some people may still have the idea that all German music comes from Bavarian oom-pah bands, Nena and her 99 red balloons and David Hasselhoff. Well, one person who seems ...
8 August 2012

Behind The Scenes With George Michael

George Michael has been responsible for some of music's greatest and most popular tracks as both a solo artist as well as part of Wham. And the singer, who has enjoyed ...
8 August 2012

Exclusive George Michael Single Song To The Siren

It's been thirty years since George Michael and Wham came into the charts with 'Wham Rap', and he released latest single White Light on the exact day of anniversary. Now though, ...
8 August 2012

Skunk Anasie New Video 'I Believed In You'

'I Believed In You’ is the first release from Skunk Anansie's 5th studio album 'Black Traffic' which will be released on 10th September 2012 with the album release a week ...
2 August 2012

Allman Brown Exclusive Video

Female First bring you the exclusive first showing of Allman Brown’s brand new video for his beautiful single ‘Good Year’ - released Sept 3rd. The song is about meeting somebody in ...

2 August 2012

France - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

While music’s a worldwide thing (obviously, or else this feature would be really short lived), the acceptance of foreign languages isn’t. Here in the UK we don’t really care to venture ...
26 July 2012

Norway - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

For the last stop on the Scandinavian leg of our journey, we go to Norway, more famous for its fjords and skiers than its music. But, here to prove those ...
19 July 2012

Denmark - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

While Denmark may be most famous for its bacon and children’s stories, there’s a whole lot more to the little nation than Han Christian Andersen and Lego. The first of our ...
18 July 2012

Waxing Lyrical - Worst Dance Music Lyrics Revealed

The most ridiculous electronic and dance music lyrics ever written have been named and shamed today, as new research reveals the lines that raise the eyebrows of clubbers across the ...
13 July 2012

Why Music Videos Breed Creativity

Just one look on YouTube and the mind begins to boggle as to how many music videos are commissioned and filmed each and every week. Yet still, time and time ...
13 July 2012

Trading Singers For Actors - The Music Video Directors Who Went To The Movies

The movie industry is the one to be in when it comes to the creative world. People clamour to be the stars and directors with the reputation bonus any musician receives ...
12 July 2012

Finland - Part Of The Worldwide Musical Bonanza

Sticking to the cold, snowy lands of Scandinavia, we turn our gaze towards Finland. While it doesn’t have the current cache of its neighbour Sweden (although very few places can boast ...