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    'Social Fabric' Styles: Dee Snider's Rock Star Aesthetic

    If there's one thing Dee Snider knows a whole lot about, it's being a certified rock star—and looking the part. The metal vocalist and former Twisted Sister frontman gave Social Fabric host Kyle Ng an exclusive look at his unique style in the latest installment of My Styles. "I'm a strange amalgam of rock star, heavy metal, God, biker, pirate," he explains. "You wanna look down and dirty, but meanwhile, my jeans are, like, a thousand bucks?" Noting his "old-school, simple" tank top and affinity for skull rings, Snider shouted out the biker community for significantly shaping the rock star look. "That's as old as Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire, but also going way back to the original bikers, the pirates. You start there with the skulls and crossbones, and you get rock star-biker-pirate-rock god," Snider says. Below, check out a personal closet tour from mixologist/entrepreneur Daniel K. Nelson:

    Ne-Yo Talks Leading by Example With 'Good Man' Album, Romeo Santos Collab

    Set to drop his Good Man album June 8, three-time GRAMMY winner Ne-Yo stopped by to talk album the album's concept, working with Romeo Santos, and keeping his music accessible. Calling out men who "treat women any old kind of way," the singer-songwriter remained candid when breaking down the theme of Good Man. "[Men] have forgotten what it is to just put forth effort to just genuinely be a good person...We walk around with this selfishness on us that's this whole 'It's all about me, and I gotta get mine.'" Clarifying that he himself is "in no way, shape, form or fashion" better than anybody, Ne-Yo stresses the importance of humility and learning from one's mistakes. Hoping to lead by example with this album, the 35-year-old wants to change the "good guy narrative" for the younger generation. On linking up with Latin music megastar Romeo Santos for "Nights Like These," Ne-Yo recalls having an effortless conversation with the Bronx native in the studio. Once the two realized they were both on the same page, the actual songwriting came naturally. "It was cool to sit with him and just chop it up for a minute before we got into the actual record, and it also made the writing process just that much easier," he explains. "That's one of the standouts on the album for me, personally." Below, throw it back to 2012 when Ne-Yo told us the meaning behind his R.E.D. album and chat about what fans thought about his dance-influenced single, "Let Me Love You":

    BTS Get Global, Darker With 'Love Yourself: Tear' Album Release

    Big Hit Entertainment After operating out of South Korea and converting curious Internet kids and YouTube viewers into a full-fledged fandom army, BTS appear ready to embrace their status as global superstars. Enlisting the likes of Steve Aoki, MNEK and Beyoncé's go-to engineer DJ Swivel to combine their songwriting and production talents, the K-pop boy band phenoms reveal their new album Love Yourself: Tear today with a rollout appropriate only for the world's biggest musicians. Tear is the band's first time releasing an album on a Friday (instead of the usual early weekday releases typically seen in their native Korea), aligning with the West's established global release day that maximizes performance on America's definitive Billboard charts. Instead of promoting at home before bringing the music to overseas fans, BTS' first performance of experimental new single "Fake Love" will be at this Sunday's Billboard Music Awards, sharing a stage with the likes of Christina Aguilera, Shawn Mendes and Ariana Grande. And while the lead-up to the album release saw BTS shifting expectations for Korean-pop acts, the music itself positions them away from any dismissive boy bands or pop star labels. From the neo-soul–inspired "Intro: Singularity," sung solely by BTS' singer-actor member V, a moody atmosphere is established as the 22-year-old grapples with falling out of touch with himself in the name of what he thinks is love. That sets the stage for the full group to join him on "Fake Love," a shape-shifting electro-pop/hip-hop track that calls for listeners to bop their head and cry-sing over warm vocal melodies. From pointed rap verses from rappers RM, J-Hope and Suga to a goosebump-inducing pre-chorus from youngest member Jungkook and V, "Fake Love" turns an identity crisis in love into a fascinating blend of music moods and genres. The album continues to dabble in the dark with the Aoki-featuring "The Truth Untold" venturing into an unexpected piano ballad moment with flecks of arena guitars as the boys croon, "I know I can't give you me...but I still want you." Meanwhile, "Airplane, Pt. 2" and "134340" (the name now given to Pluto when it was downgraded from planet to asteroid status), bring soothing jazz flute and salsa elements to the mix. Yet despite the tough topics, things start to brighten, sonically at least, towards the end with the synth-y mega-punch of "Magic Shop" where the guys' voices blend into an uplifting, harmonizing chorus asking a lover for empathy. By "Anpanman" (the name of Japan's beloved cartoon superhero with a pastry for a head) this heartbreak sounds like a bachelor party with the warble-laden sing-rap style utilized by the likes of Post Malone, Ty Dolla $ign and Fetty Wap paired with their bombastic rap style, finished off by the smooth, future-bass ride of rave-ready "So What."  Final track "Outro: Tear" brings things full circle with a heart-pounding hip-hop cut  As their passionately devoted fanbase known as Army—who look likely to score their boys a second win for Top Social Artist at this weekend's BBMAs after flooding Twitter with millions of votes—know all too well, every BTS release is a journey with every ending only hinting at more exciting things to come. With Tear flying straight to No. 1 on the U.S. iTunes albums and its tracks flooding the singles charts, BTS' sonically darker chapter is already looking pretty bright.

    Shoreline Mafia Goes Off on Peanut Butter, Cartoons & Cilantro

    Starley's soulful and uplifting "Call on Me" sounds like it was recorded by an artist with years of experience and confidence, but the fact remains its still the Australian singer's breakout single. Our latest FM First artist shared how early memories of Mariah Carey, Destiny's Child and Phil Collins all influenced her songwriting and helped mold her into the artist she is today: "My earliest memory was I was obsessed with Mariah Carey. It was her, then Destiny's Child. But Mariah is still my all-time favorite artist, ever. I learned to song write through listening and breaking down Mariah and Phil Collins' writing styles. I would break down those types of songs and try to learn how they piece it together—figure out, 'How does that make it so catchy?' or 'How does that make it so melodic and make me keep wanting to listen?'  "Someone told me if you want to be a writer, you need to do it every day for at least an hour. I was 14 when I got that advice so after school, I'd close my bedroom door and be writing every day." Watch the full interview above to see how her rising hit "Call on Me" was written, why its Ryan Riback remix helped it take off internationally and more. Throughout the next month, tune in to see the "Call on Me" video (below) and lots more exclusive content with our new FM First artist Starley on FM.tv and on the new Fuse TV app on Apple and Android. Find FM in your area with our Channel Finder.

    Shoreline Mafia Goes Off on Peanut Butter, Cartoons & Cilantro

    Starley's soulful and uplifting "Call on Me" sounds like it was recorded by an artist with years of experience and confidence, but the fact remains its still the Australian singer's breakout single. Our latest FM First artist shared how early memories of Mariah Carey, Destiny's Child and Phil Collins all influenced her songwriting and helped mold her into the artist she is today: "My earliest memory was I was obsessed with Mariah Carey. It was her, then Destiny's Child. But Mariah is still my all-time favorite artist, ever. I learned to song write through listening and breaking down Mariah and Phil Collins' writing styles. I would break down those types of songs and try to learn how they piece it together—figure out, 'How does that make it so catchy?' or 'How does that make it so melodic and make me keep wanting to listen?'  "Someone told me if you want to be a writer, you need to do it every day for at least an hour. I was 14 when I got that advice so after school, I'd close my bedroom door and be writing every day." Watch the full interview above to see how her rising hit "Call on Me" was written, why its Ryan Riback remix helped it take off internationally and more. Throughout the next month, tune in to see the "Call on Me" video (below) and lots more exclusive content with our new FM First artist Starley on FM.tv and on the new Fuse TV app on Apple and Android. Find FM in your area with our Channel Finder.

    Christina Aguilera & Demi Lovato's 'Fall in Line' Is the Time's Up Anthem Pop Needs

    While the music industry as a whole is still yet to reckon with the recent Times Up movement in the way Hollywood has—see the baby steps made by streaming services—some artists are letting the music lead the way. Christina Aguilera takes a stand for women unwilling to step aside and stay quiet on the newly released "Fall in Line" with Demi Lovato. Over booming, soulful production, Xtina begins by sharing some wisdom with young women: "In this world, you are not beholden / You do not owe them / Your body and your soul." The song grows in ferocity, as well as in its ambitious vocals, as Demi declares, "You're more than flesh and bones" before two belt and harmonize throughout in a move that seems to solidify Lovato as an undeniable voice of her generation. And while the song lets both divas' best qualities—those voices—shine, ultimately this track feels like Time's Up anthem the music industry needed. The message of "Fall in Line" aims to empower women with knowledge and uplift them, instead of waiting for the industry or world to change for them. As its remains to be seen with artists and label execs with well-documented and known histories of violence and inappropriate conduct towards women, their business deals—some extremely lucrative, mind you—remain intact. Despite singing, "It's just the way it is / And maybe it's never gonna change," Xtina and Demi aren't sitting silently and follow that line up with, "But I got a mind to show my strength / And I got a right to speak my mind."  "Fall in Line" is taken from Christina's upcoming Liberation album, that's been previewed by buzz tracks "Accelerate" and "Twice." The two superstars will bring the song to life at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 20, with an official video on the way too. While you wait for all that, take it back to a classic Christina x Fuse interview from 2010 during her fierce Bionic era:

    Christina Aguilera & Demi Lovato's 'Fall in Line' Is the Time's Up Anthem Pop Needs

    While the music industry as a whole is still yet to reckon with the recent Times Up movement in the way Hollywood has—see the baby steps made by streaming services—some artists are letting the music lead the way. Christina Aguilera takes a stand for women unwilling to step aside and stay quiet on the newly released "Fall in Line" with Demi Lovato. Over booming, soulful production, Xtina begins by sharing some wisdom with young women: "In this world, you are not beholden / You do not owe them / Your body and your soul." The song grows in ferocity, as well as in its ambitious vocals, as Demi declares, "You're more than flesh and bones" before two belt and harmonize throughout in a move that seems to solidify Lovato as an undeniable voice of her generation. And while the song lets both divas' best qualities—those voices—shine, ultimately this track feels like Time's Up anthem the music industry needed. The message of "Fall in Line" aims to empower women with knowledge and uplift them, instead of waiting for the industry or world to change for them. As its remains to be seen with artists and label execs with well-documented and known histories of violence and inappropriate conduct towards women, their business deals—some extremely lucrative, mind you—remain intact. Despite singing, "It's just the way it is / And maybe it's never gonna change," Xtina and Demi aren't sitting silently and follow that line up with, "But I got a mind to show my strength / And I got a right to speak my mind."  "Fall in Line" is taken from Christina's upcoming Liberation album, that's been previewed by buzz tracks "Accelerate" and "Twice." The two superstars will bring the song to life at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 20, with an official video on the way too. While you wait for all that, take it back to a classic Christina x Fuse interview from 2010 during her fierce Bionic era:

    Our 31 Favorite Janet Jackson Videos

    Happy Birthday, Janet Jackson! The pop star turns 52 today and she continues to slay the game...for over 30 years now. It's really impressive stuff. Nobody ever really needs an excuse to go on a Janet Jackson binge, but right now seems like the perfect time to remind everyone just how awesome she truly is. Take a trip through the sexy singer's illustrious career with a collection of our favorite Janet videos—but, be warned: Once you press play, you may not be able to stop. We love you, Janet.

    Our 31 Favorite Janet Jackson Videos

    Happy Birthday, Janet Jackson! The pop star turns 52 today and she continues to slay the game...for over 30 years now. It's really impressive stuff. Nobody ever really needs an excuse to go on a Janet Jackson binge, but right now seems like the perfect time to remind everyone just how awesome she truly is. Take a trip through the sexy singer's illustrious career with a collection of our favorite Janet videos—but, be warned: Once you press play, you may not be able to stop. We love you, Janet.

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