top 100 of 2013

anonymous asked:

Hello! So I am going through your blog trying to find key things that make you believe larry and im a bit overwhelmed. Could you maybe explain a bit more? Im starting to think larry is a thing but im not sure yet. I need more evidence you know?

Okay. Let’s do this. I am going to link you to masterposts and analysis over the years. You can see for yourself then. :)

X Factor

July-August 2010 Timeline by worshippedlove
X Factor: July-September 2010 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
September-October 2010 Timeline by worshippedlove
X Factor: Week 5 Larry Timeline by bulletproofhalo
X Factor: October-December 2010 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
November-December 2010 Timeline by worshippedlove

Twitter

Louis Twitter Analysis 2011 by bulletproofhalo
Louis Twitter Analysis 2012 by bulletproofhalo
Louis Twitter Analysis: Comparative Notes by bulletproofhalo
WTF: Jay, Twitter & Elounor by bulletproofhalo
Jay’s Tweets: Harry & Family vs. The Other Boys by bulletproofhalo
Louis Talking About 1D Management and Tweets by gloubear
Harry’s Lyrical Twitter Warnings by whatiwishicould

Tattoos

Larry Timeline: Tattoos To Date by bulletproofhalo
Harry & Louis’ HQ Tattoos Masterpost by too-old-for-this-ship

Confirmations/Denials/Outings

Louis is a Lying Liar Who Lied: MuchMusic Interview Analysis by epicmischief
Denials and Management by theharrylouistreatise
Outings by theharrylouistreatise
Not Denying/Lying Analysis by stylinhome
Outing by lhrry

Tours

Up All Night Tour by louis-little-strawberry
Top 112 LouisandHarry Moments During the TMH Tour by bromanceshmomance
Larry Moments - TMH Tour edition by larryfeelings
WWA Tour Larry moments video & video
OTRA Larry by lhrry
OTRA Larry 2 by lhrry
Harry and Louis Touching in M&G Photos Masterpost by legohousedea 

Timelines  (after TXF, chronological)
January 2011 Timeline by worshippedlove
February 2011 Timeline by worshippedlove
March 2011 Timeline by worshippedlove
Forever Young Book Signings: March 2011 by bulletproofhalo
Larry April 2011 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
April 2011 TImeline by worshippedlove
May 2011 Timeline by worshippedlove
June 2011 Timeline by worshippedlove
Larry and Leeds Masterpost by what-love-means
Leeds Masterpost by leedshappened
Larry September 2011 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
Larry October 2011 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
Larry October 2011 Timeline (An Addendum) by bulletproofhalo
#welivetogetherdealwithit: Harry’s Living Situation (Oct. 2012- Nov. 2013) by cumatmepants
Larry November 2011 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
Larry December 2011 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
December 23, 2011 Masterpost by bulletproofhalo
Larry January 2012 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
Larry in Paris 2012 Timeline by likecharity
Larry’s Valentine 2012 Timeline by thisismyoneluckyprize
Larry February 2012 Timeline by bulletproofhalo
Larry March 2012 Timeline by likecharity
Oct. 2012- Oct. 2013 by ashavahishta
Larry Oct/Nov 2012 Timeline by what-love-mean
Larry January 2013 Timeline by what-love-means
H/L Movie Date by friendly-larry-reminders
Jan 23-26 2013 by thestylinsoncrew
Larry February 2013 Timeline by what-love-means
Larry March 2013 Timeline by sillyghosts
Larry April 2013 Timeline by donnysoldier
Larry May 2013 Timeline by donnysoldier
Larry June 2013 Timeline by donnysoldier
Larry July 2013 Timeline by donnysoldier
Short Recap: August-December 2013 by theboyfriends
January 2014 Timeline by stagtattoo
February 2014 Timeline by stagtattoo
March 2014 Timeline by stagtattoo
April 2014 Timeline by stagtattoo
Larry Stylinson 2014 Timeline by thelarrydocuments
Babygate by lhrry 

Matching clothes   

Harry and Louis dressing alike: Masterpost by thefangirlextraordinaire 

 Lyric changes/singing to each other
video analysis of lyric changes
Louis sings “Cause you’ve got a big dick” by bromanceshmomance
Louis sings “top at home” by queerturtle
Louis sings “I can’t compete with my boyfriend…” by teenytomlin
Harry mouths “Love you” in Louis’ direction by tommos-cupcake
Harry mouths “Love them endlessly” in Louis’ direction by bromanceshmomance
Harry sings “They could never shut us down” to Louis a lot by tracedust 

Staring at each other   
Larry Stylinson Heart Eyes by hazzalovesboo 

Larry moments 
Top 100 H/L Tour 2013 Moments by bulletproofhalo
Favourite Larry Moments by bromanceshmomance
A Video Compilation of Moments: Won’t Stop ‘Til We Surrender aka “The Larry Bible” by monitchka2
Top 30 Iconic Larry Stylinson Moments part 1/part 2/part 3 by freddieismyqueen

Management

“I’d like to thank everyone at Modest!” by larryandstiles
Modest! gives Harry permission to shake Louis’ hand gifset by motelstyles
Harry says he has a boyfriend, and it is said that has to be taken out of the interview by oh-shenanigans, text fixed by stylinsweet
Louis disses Harry Magee, a head of Modest! Management gifset by thisismyoneluckyprize
The Difference Between Real Privacy and Forced Closeting by thisiskatsblog and honeycaller
Larry Stylinson and the Photo Ban by foldablelouis

Body language
Larry Stylinson Public Affection by hazzalovesboo
Larry Stylinson: Jealousy and Possessiveness by hazzalovesboo
The Difference Between Platonic and Romantic Touches by foldablelouis
Body Language Analysis by stylinhome
Harry and Louis: Body Language by jetpacksjumpingjacks
Platonic Best Mates by larrycoincidences
They Are Really Good At Flirting And Really Bad At Hiding by theharrylouistreatise
They Have Sex by theharrylouistreatise
Mirroring by lhrry
whether you believe larry is real or not, you can’t deny they have sex by laddyharry

Other

chicken stuffed with mozzarella wrapped in parmaham with a side of homemade mash by cocoalou
Harry Knows Louis’ Alarm Tone gifset by fadingwings (youtube link)
1D Day: Louis moves away from Harry after looking off screen by braverytattoos
1D Day: Harry’s bed is unmade on both sides and has bottles on both night stands by cuppateaseandthingsicanchangethingsicant
“Hand on the Butt” by stylinnuendo
Things About Elounor that Don’t Add Up by gloubear
How Loud Can You Scream Publicity Stunt? by whatiwishicouldWhy I Believe Haylor Is 100% Fake And For Publicity by larryisstylin
234 Reasons to Believe in Larry by louis-smiles

Eros And Apollo
Studio Killers
Eros And Apollo

#10. Studio Killers - Eros And Apollo (3:28)

Why the long face? Sad that your favorite cartoon band, Gorillaz, are no more? Say hello to the newest gang of animated music makers, Studio Killers! Like Gorillaz, Studio Killers are based in the UK, and they’re composed of Goldie Foxx, Dyna Mink, and Cherry. Their first single “Ode To The Bouncer” has been bouncing around the internet for awhile now (and if you haven’t seen it yet, now is a great time to do so), but the cartoon crew just recently released their first album and “Eros And Apollo” is my favorite track. If you’re not immediately entranced by the opening piano line, maybe you’ll appreciate the way the Cherry’s melancholic, bittersweet voice contrasts with Goldie and Dyna’s immaculate production. Or perhaps you’ll smile at the way she equates hearts to cereals (plural!) while warning young lovers about a potentially dangerous romantic situation. In any case, if you’re a fan of sparkling, shiny electro-pop with a bit of a cute twist, Studio Killers is a concoction you should give a test drive.

Best Moment: Each time Cherry goes over the top in the chorus for “Señorita’s” and “Sweet Lolita’s”, first showing up at 0:55.

The Album [Studio Killers]: 8/10

Music Video

Best Albums & Songs of 2013

Top 100 Albums of 2013

Kanye West-Yeezus

Disclosure-Settle

Drake-Nothing Was The Same

Blood Orange-Cupid Deluxe

Pusha T-My Name Is My Name

Beyonce-Beyonce

Arcade Fire-Reflektor

Action Bronson-Blue Chips 2

Cut Copy-Free Your Mind

Daft Punk-Random Access Memories

The Dream-IV Play

DJ Rashad-Double Cup

DJ Mustard-Ketchup

Flume-Flume Deluxe Edition

Jai Paul-Jai Paul

Justin Timberlake-The 20/20 Experience

Autre Ne Veut-Anxiety 

James Blake-Overgrown

JMSN-Pllaje

Rhye-Woman

Ryan Hemsworth-Guilt Trips

A$AP Rocky-Long Live A$AP

Italians Do It Better-After Dark 2(Compilation)

Jay-Z-Magna Carta Holy Grail

Jhene Aiko-Sail Out EP

Chance The Rapper-Acid Rap

Denita & Sene-His & Hers

Friendzone-DX

Shlohmo-Laid Out EP

Action Bronson-Saab Stories

Sampha-Dual EP

Pure Bathing Culture-Moon Tides

PARTYNEXTDOOR-PARTYNEXTDOOR

Lady Gaga-Artpop

Kevin Gates-Stranger Than Fiction

Phoneix-Bankrupt!

Skin Town-The Room

The Drum-Contact

Dom Kennedy-Get Home Safely

Koreless-Yugen

Ty Dolla $ign-Beach Hou$e 2

Zomby-With Love

Deniro Farrar-Patriarch II

GrandeMarshall-Mugga Man

Jacques Greene-On Your Side EP

Juicy J-Stay Trippy

Kelela-Cut 4 Me

Boards of Canada-Tomorrow’s Harvest

Darkside-Psychic

Denzel Curry-Nostalgic 64

Issac Tichauer-Take Over You EP

Postiljonen-Skyer

SZA-S

A$AP Ferg-Trap Lord

Antwon-In Dark Denim

DJ Spinz-DJ Spins Presents: HPG 3

Ghostface Killah-12 Reasons To Die

Kingdom-Vertical XL

Kavinsky-OutRun

Blue Hawaii-Untogether

Four Tet-Beautiful Rewind

FKA twigs-EP2

Major Lazer-Free the Universe 

Mount Kimbie-Cold Spring Fault Less Youth

Kevin Gates-The Luca Brasi Story

Metro Boomin-19 & Boomin

Araabmuzik-For Professional Use Only

Deniro Farrar-The Patriarch 

Jessy Lanza-Pull My Hair Back

Friendzone-Kuchibiru Network 3

Lee Bannon-Never/mind/the/darkness/of/it…

Killer Mike & El-P-Run The Jewels

Le1f-Fly Zone

Ryan Hemsworth-Still Awake

Dam-Funk & Snoop Dogg-7 Days of Funk

Joey Fatts-Chipper Jones 2

Gorgeous Children-ICE

CHVRCHES-The Bones of What You Believe

DIANA-Perpetual Surrender

Blondes-Swisher

Keep Shelly in Athens-At Home

suicideyear-Japan

Woodkid-The Golden Age

ST 2 Lettaz-The G…The Growth & Development

Blue Sky Black Death-Cliff of Death

Eric Dingus-Subliminal Innocence 

My Bloody Valentine-m b v

Mondre M.A.N-Cloudd Packk

Travis Scott-Owl Pharaoh

Phaseone-If I Tell U

Lil TExAS-Talkin 2 U

Curren$Y & Smoke DZA-The Stage EP

Freddie Gibbs-ESGN

Giraffage-Needs

u-Ziq-XTEP

The Outfit,TX-Starships & Rockets (Cooly Fooly Space Age Funk The Album)

Lee Bannon-Caligula Theme Music 2.7.5

Umberto-Confrontations

Pure X-Crawling Up The Stairs

Young Galaxy-Ultramarine

Top 150 Songs of 2013

Kanye West-Blood On The Leaves

Disclosure-Together

Dornik-Something About You

Blood Orange-Entertainment(Blood Orange Remix)

Autre Ne Veut-Play By Play

Drake-Hold On, We’re Going Home

Kanye West-Bound 2

Flume-You & Me(Flume Remix)

Disclosure-Defeated No More(feat. Edward Macfarlane)

Lana Del Rey-Young & Beautiful

Migos-Versace(feat. Drake)

Pusha T-Numbers On The Boards

A$AP Ferg-Shabba(feat. A$AP Rocky)

Action Bronson-Strictly 4 My Jeeps

Beyonce-Blow

Cut Copy-Free Your Mind

Daft Punk-Get Lucky

DJ Mustard-Paranoid(feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Joe Moses)

Drake-The Motion

The Dream-IV Play

James Blake-Retrograde

Jay-Z-Tom Ford

JMSN-Affection

Justin Timberlake-Don’t Hold The Wall

Kanye West-New Slaves

A$AP Rocky-Fuckin Problems(feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar)

Ben Khan-Savage

Busta Ryhmes-Thank You(feat. Q-Tip, Kanye West & Lil Wayne)

Daft Punk-Lose Yourself To Dance(feat. Pharrell)

Deniro Farrar-Separate(feat. JMSN)

DIANA-Perpetual Surrender

Disclosure-Confess To Me(feat. Jessie Ware)

Dom Kennedy-Never

Drake-Too Much(feat. Sampha)

The Dream-Turnt(feat. Beyonce & 2 Chainz)

Beyonce-Haunted

A$AP Ferg-Work

 Simian Mobile Disco & Bicep-Sacrifice

Skin Town-Ice Crystal Palace

Shlohmo-Don’t Say No(feat. How To Dress Well)

Schoolboy Q-Collard Greens(feat. Kendrick Lamar)

TNGHT-Acrylics

YG-My Niggas(feat. Rich Homie Quan & Young Jeezy)

Ciara-Body Party

Robin Thicke-Blurred Lines(feat. Pharrell & T.I.)

Mariah Carey & Miguel-Beautiful

Lady Gaga-Do What U Want(feat. R.Kelly)

Kevin Gates-Thinking With My Dick(feat. Juicy J)

Kanye West-On Sight

Justin Timberlake-Mirrors

Jhene Aiko-Drinking And Driving

Action Bronson-Hookers(Remix)

Arcade Fire-Reflektor

Destiny’s Child-Nuclear

Daft Punk-Doin’ It Right(feat. Panda Bear)

Disclosure-Apollo

Young Thug-Stoner

Drake-From Time(feat. Jhene Aiko)

Beyonce-Mine(feat. Drake)

A$AP Rocky-Wild For The Night(feat. Skrillex)

Issac Tichauer-Take Over You

Jai Paul-Track 11

Jay-Z-Holy Grail

Jeremih-All The Time(feat. Lil Wayne & Natasha Mosley)

Juicy J-The Woods(feat. Justin Timberlake)

Justin Timberlake-Tunnel Vision

Kanye West-Hold My Liquor(feat. Chief Keef & Justin Vernon)

Koreless-Sun

Major Lazer-Bubble Butt(feat. Tyga, Bruno Mars & 2 Chainz)

Que-OG Bobby Johnson

Lady Gaga-Artpop

The Outfit, TX-106 Degree

Phoenix-Trying To Be Cool

Rich Homie Quan-Type of Way

Ryan Hemsworth-An Overture Might Help Me Stop Thinking About You

Shlohmo-Bo Peep(Do U Right)(feat. Jeremih)

Ty Dolla $ign-Ratchet In My Benz(feat. Juicy J)

Kutcorners-Body Party Bootleg

Ab-Soul & JMSN-You’re Gone

Beyonce & Andre 3000-Back To Black

Big K.R.I.T.-Just Last Week(feat. Future)

Cut Copy-We Are Explorers 

Disclosure-Help Me Lose My Mind(feat. London Grammar)

The Dream-Pussy(feat. Big Sean & Pusha T)

Future-Chosen One

Jay-Z-FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotit(feat. Rick Ross)

JMSN-Fool

Miguel-Adorn

Phoneix-Entertainment

Pusha T-Trust You(feat. Kevin Gates)

Rhye-Open

Ryan Hemsworth-Mine(Remix)

Beyonce-XO

TNGHT-R U Ready

Young Dro-Strong(Remix)(feat. 2 Chainz)

A$AP Rocky-R. Cali

Blood Orange-Hold On, We’re Going Home(Remix)

Curren$y-Choosin(feat. Wiz Khalifia & Rick Ross)

DJ Mustard-Nothin’ Like Me(feat. Dom Kennedy)

Drake-Girls Love Beyonce(feat. James Fauntelroy)

French Montana-Ain’t Worried About Nuthin

FKA twigs-Ultraviolet

How To Dress Well-& It Was U(Elite Gymnastics Remix)

Jay-Z-Beach Is Better

Justin Timberlake-Suit & Tie(Four Tet Remix)

Kanye West-Black Skinhead

Katie Got Bandz-Pop Out(feat. King Louie)

Drake-Wu-Tang Forever

Disclosure-January(feat. Jamie Woon)

Chance The Rapper-NaNa(feat. Action Bronson)

Killer Mike & El-P-Banana Clipper(feat. Big Boi)

Lady Gaga-Jewels n’ Drugs(feat. T.I., Too $hort & Twista)

PARTYNEXTDOOR-Over Here(feat. Drake)

Pusha T-Hold On(feat. Rick Ross & Kanye West)

SZA-Julia

Shlohmo-Fuck You All The Time(Remix)

Ty Dolla $ign-Fuckin’ Tonight

Jay-Z-BBC

Jessy Lanza-Pull My Hair Back

Justin Timberlake-Spaceship Coupe

Kingdom-All My Love(Remix)

Ryan Hemsworth-Sleeping(Remix)

Eddie B-Marvelous(feat. Action Bronson)

Jacques Greene-On Your Side(feat. How To Dress Well)

Kevin Gates-4:30 AM

Lil Bibby-Water

A$AP Rocky-1 Train(feat. Kendrick Lamar, Joey Bada$$, Yelawolf, Danny Brown, Action Bronson & Big K.R.I.T.)

Denzel Curry-Threatz(feat. Yung Simmie)

100s-Life Of A Mack

YG-This Yick(feat. Dom Kennedy & Joe Moses)

Jay-Z-Picasso Baby

Justin Timberlake-Suit & Tie

Miguel-How Many Drinks(feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Ciara-Where You Go(feat. Future)

Action Bronson-Midget Cough

Arcade Fire-Here Comes The Night Time

James Blake-Life Round Here

DJ Mustard-Put This Thang On Ya(feat. Ty Dolla $ign)

Justin Timberlake-Cabaret(feat. Drake)

Ryan Hemsworth-773 Love(Remix)

Joy Orbison-Donell

Postiljonen-How Will I Know/All That We Had Was Lost

Peaking Lights-Pretty Boy(Young Galaxy Remix)

Jessie Ware-Wildest Moments(Remix)(feat. A$AP Rocky)

Joey Fatts-Live Blasphemous(feat. Action Bronson)

100s-Keep A Bitch Broke(feat. Da$h, Joey Fatts & A$ton Matthews)

Jamie xx-Sunset(Jamie xx Edit)

Ryan Hemsworth-Open(Remix)

Squadda B-Stop Try’n 

Jacques Greene-Painted Faces(feat. Tinashe)

  

2013harryrise  asked:

AGNES i need a huge favor. Im trying to convince my non 1d friend of M!M force closeting habits and of larry realness. So i need both receipts links to videos picturess a giffs. Pleaseeeeee. Its really important thx babe

I can’t believe I just did this, but yeah. 

I present to you the Larry Is Real Masterpost of masterposts/ the ultimate guide to Larry. It is really long, but I tried for it to be as organized as possible. Contains parts such as “tattoos”, “TXF”, “Management” etc. each part includes links to videos, links to masterposts, gifs, photos, tweets, timelines etc.

You are welcome to use this either as Larry resource, or when having doubts or when trying to convince someone. I’m sure this will work just perfectly, though I have to warn you that it is painful.

Thanks to everyone in this fandom making these masterposts and gifs, you are amazing.

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Just My Kind
The Julie Ruin
Just My Kind

#15. The Julie Ruin - Just My Kind (3:51)

It’s been awhile since our favorite riot grrrl Kathleen Hannah has released any music. Bikini Kill’s final album was in 1996 and the last we’ve heard from Le Tigre was 2004. This puts her at about ten years absent from the scene, so her return as The Julie Ruin is a welcome one. Run Fast certainly has a few songs reminiscent of her rowdy past like “Kids In NY” and “Party City”, but my favorite moment on the album is a slower one. “Just My Kind” is where Kathleen lays out the feelings she has for her other half and it’s hands down the best courtship mix-tape cut of the year. Hearing Kathleen’s unmistakable voice spearhead such a tender moment is just so endearing and it’s obviously meant to be placed between the ears of a new crush (or old flame). 

Best Moment: The tension that lights up for the final “I’m gunna yell it out, ah, ah, I’m gunna scream it out” at 2:52.

The Album [Run Fast]: 7/10

Music Video

Taylor Swift + Every Award She’s Ever Won

A very long and comprehensive list of every award she’s won with pictures.

Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs)

  1. New Female Vocalist of the Year (2008)
  2. Album of the Year (2009)
  3. Crystal Milestone Award (2009)
  4. Jim Reeves International Award (2011)
  5. Entertainer of the Year (2011, 2012)
  6. Video of the Year (2014)
  7. 50th Anniversary Milestone Award (2015)

American Country Awards (ACAs)

  1. Worldwide Artist (2013)
  2. Collaborative Single of the Year (2013)
  3. Collaborative Video of the Year (2013)
  4. Song of the Year (2013)

American Music Awards

  1. Favorite Country Female Artist (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013)
  2. Artist of the Year (2009, 2011, 2013)
  3. Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist (2009, 2013)
  4. Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist (2009, 2015)
  5. Favorite Country Album (2009, 2011, 2013)
  6. Dick Clark Award for Excellence (2014)
  7. Favorite Pop/Rock Album (2015)
  8. Song of the Year (2015) 

BBC Music Awards

  1. International Artist of the Year (2015)

Billboard Music Awards

  1. Artist of the Year (Female) (2009)
  2. Woman of the Year (2011, 2014)
  3. Top Billboard 200 Artist (2011, 2013, 2015)
  4. Top Country Artist (2011, 2013)
  5. Top Country Album (2011, 2013)
  6. Top Artist (2013)
  7. Top Female Artist (2013, 2015)
  8. Top Digital Songs Artist (2013, 2015)
  9. Top Billboard 200 Album (2013, 2015)
  10. Top Country Song (2013)
  11. Top Artist (2015)
  12. Top Hot 100 Artist (2015)
  13. Billboard Chart Achievement Award (2015)
  14. Top Streaming Song (Video) (2015)

Billboard Touring Awards

  1. Top Package (2010, 2013)
  2. Concert Marketing and Promotion Award (2011) 

BMI Country Awards

  1. Award Winning Songs (2007 x 1, 2008 x1, 2009 x3, 2010 x3, 2011 x3)
  2. Song of the year (2008, 2009, 2010)
  3. Publisher of the Year (2009 x3, 2010 x3, 2011 x3, 2012 x2, 2013 x1, 2014 x2) 
  4. Songwriter of the Year (2010)
  5. Top 50 Songs (2012 x2)
  6. Country Awards Top 50 Songs (2013 x2, 2014 x2) 

BMI London Awards

  1. Award Winning Songs (2014)

BMI Pop Awards

  1. BMI President’s Award (2009)
  2. Award Winning Songs (2009, 2010 x2, 2011 x2, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 x3, 2016 x4)
  3. Song of the Year (2010)
  4. Publisher of the Year (2011 x2, 2014, 2015 x3, 2016 x4)
  5. Songwriters of the Year (2015, 2016)
  6. Taylor Swift Award (2016) 

Bravo Otto

  1. Super Singer Female (bronze) (2012)

Brit Awards

  1. International Female Solo Artist (2015)

Canadian Country Music Association (CCMAs)

  1. Top Selling Album (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013)
  2. Generation Award (2012)

Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards

  1. Popular New Artist (2009)

Country Music Association Awards (CMAs)

  1. Horizon Award (2007)
  2. Entertainer of the Year (2009, 2011)
  3. Female Vocalist of the Year (2009)
  4. International Artist Achievement (2009, 2013)
  5. Album of the Year (2009)
  6. Music Video of the Year (2009, 2013)
  7. Pinnacle Award (2013)
  8. Musical Event of the Year (2013) 

Country Music Awards of Australia

  1. Top Selling International Album of the Year (2014)

CMT Music Awards

  1. Breakthrough Video of the Year (2007)
  2. Female Video of the Year (2008, 2009)
  3. Video of the Year (2008, 2009, 2011)

Elle Style Awards

  1. Woman of the Year (2015)

Emmy Awards

  1. Original Interactive Program (2015)

Fifi Awards

  1. Fragrance Celebrity of the Year (2013)
  2. Fragrance of the Year: Women’s Popular (2015)

Glamour Awards

  1. International Solo Artist (2014)

Grammy Awards

  1. Album of the Year (2010, 2016)
  2. Best Country Album (2010)
  3. Best Female Country Vocal Performance (2010)
  4. Best Country Song (2010, 2012)
  5. Best Country Solo Performance (2012)
  6. Best Song Written for Visual Media (2013)
  7. Best Pop Vocal Album (2016)
  8. Best Music Video (2016) 

Guinness World Records

  1. Guinness Book of World Records 2010 (2010 x2)
  2. Guinness Book of World Records 2012 (2012 x2)
  3. Guinness Book of World Records 2014 (2014 x1)
  4. Guinness Book of World Records 2016 (2016 x1)

IFPI Global Recording Artist Award

  1. Global Recording Artist of 2014 (2015)

iHeartRadio Music Awards

  1. Artist of the Year (2015)
  2. Song of the Year (2015)
  3. Best Lyrics (2015)
  4. Female Artist of the Year (2016)
  5. Best Tour (2016)
  6. Most Meme-able Moment (2016)
  7. Album of the Year (2016)

Japan Gold Disc Awards

  1. Albums of the Year (Western) (2015)
  2. Best 3 Albums (Western) (2015) 

MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs)

  1. Best Female (2012)
  2. Best Live Act (2012)
  3. Best Look (2012)
  4. Best Song (2015)
  5. Best US Act (2015)

MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs)

  1. Best Female Video (2009, 2013, 2015)
  2. Best Pop Video (2015)
  3. Video of the Year (2015)
  4. Best Collaboration (2015)

MTV Millennial Awards

  1. Hit Chicle del Año (2013)

mtvU Woodie Awards

  1. Best Cover Woodie (2015)

Much Music Video Awards

  1. Your Fave International Artist/Group (2013) 

Music Business Association

  1. Artist of the Year (2010)

Myx Music Awards

  1. Favorite international Video (2010, 2015, 2016) 

Nashville Songwriters Association International Award (NSAI)

  1. Songwriter/Artist of the Year (2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015)
  2. Ten Songs I wish I’d Written (2015)

Nashville Symphony Ball

  1. Harmony Award (2011)

Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (KCAs)

  1. Favorite Female Singer (2010)
  2. Favorite Song (2010)
  3. The Big Help Award (2012) 

NME Awards

  1. Best International Solo Artist (2016)

NRJ Music Awards

  1. International Female Artist of the Year (2015)
  2. Video of the Year (2015) 

People’s Choice Awards

  1. Favorite Female Artist (2010, 2015, 2016)
  2. Favorite Country Artist (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  3. Favorite Song (2015)
  4. Favorite Pop Artist (2015, 2016)

Los Premios 40 Principales

  1. Best International Artist (2012)

Radio Disney Music Awards

  1. Song of the Year (2013, 2016)
  2. Best Break Up Song (2013, 2016)
  3. Best Musical Collaboration (2014)
  4. Fiercest Fans (2014)
  5. Best Song to Dance To (2015)
  6. Most Talked About Artist (2016)

Ripple of Hope Gala

  1. Ripple of Hope Award (2012)

SESAC Nashville Music Awards

  1. Recurrent Country Performance Activity Awards (2008)
  2. Country Performance Activity Awards (2008, 2009 x2) 

Shorty Awards

  1. Best Singer (2015)

SiriusXM Indies Awards

  1. International Artist of the Year (2013)

Songwriters Hall of Fame

  1. Hal David Starlight Award (2010)

Teen Choice Awards

  1. Choice Breakout Artist (2008)
  2. Choice Female Artist (2009, 2011, 2012)
  3. Choice Female Album (2009)
  4. Choice Breakout Female (2010)
  5. Choice Female Country Artist (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  6. Choice Country Song (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
  7. Choice Country Album (2010)
  8. Red Carpet Hot Icon – Female (2011)
  9. Ultimate Choice (2011)
  10. Choice Break-Up Song (2011, 2015)
  11. Choice Voice (2012)
  12. Choice Single by a Female Artist (2012)
  13. Choice Summer Music Star: Female (2015)
  14. Choice Twit (2015)
  15. Choice Music Collaboration (2015) 

Telehit Awards

  1. Album Pop Femenino (2013)
  2. Best Female Artist (2015)
  3. Video of the Year (2015) 

Young Hollywood Awards

  1. Superstar of Tomorrow (2008)

YouTube Music Awards

  1. YouTube Phenomenon (2013)
  2. 50 Artists to Watch (2015)

Total Number of Awards Won: 270
Total Types of Awards Won: 154

**This took me forever, so if you steal this I will not be happy

TOP 100: WHERE WE ARE TOUR H/L MOMENTS 2014

Last year, I did a Top 100 moments post from the Take Me Home Tour in 2013. That one was illuminating in its consistency and was a great way to revisit a year most of us do not think of with great fondness.

This list was different to put together. It was less about proving consistency (though that is still apparent) but more about enjoying the little looks and exchanges we still get to see. While they were certainly more restricted in their interactions on and off stage (at least after the astounding South American leg),  overall, 2014 was a much easier and more enjoyable year than the previous one in a lot of ways, for them and for us.

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We Exist
Arcade Fire
We Exist

#13. Arcade Fire - We Exist (5:43)

Arcade Fire have emerged as the defining indie band of the 2000’s, mastering the Herculean task of impressing hardened critics while simultaneously winning over new casual fans, and with the release of their fourth album Reflektor, they show no signs of slowing down. Each album has been able to build upon the previous one without anything feeling recycled or rehashed. Their fourth album coasts along nicely after the momentous success of The Suburbs, and my favorite song is “We Exist”. As usual, the band leaves no stone unturned, laying down many subtle moments throughout the track that reveal themselves after multiple listens, like the guitar picking at 1:51 or the bass tone change at 3:28. And, of course, just when we might feel like things might be turning predictable, the band ratchets things up for the second half of the song, blowing us away with an incredible culmination of vocals, strings, piano, and like eight other instruments along with that ever present bassline.

Best Moment: While the final go around at 4:41 is good, the best part is actually at 2:23 when the bassline first goes up instead of down.

The Album [Reflektor]: 8/10

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My top 100 songs of 2013.

So yeah, I spent a long time compiling this! Behold.. my top 100 songs of 2013!

100. Bastille - Things We Lost In The Fire
99. Glee Cast - Make You Feel My Love
98. Lady Gaga - MANiCURE
97. Robbie Williams - Go Gentle
96. Iggy Azalea - Bounce
95. Daft Punk ft. Pharrell - Get Lucky
94. London Grammar - Strong
93. Lawson ft. B.o.B - Brokenhearted
92. One Direction - Best Song Ever
91. Jasmine Thompson - Ain’t Nobody
90. PSY - Gentleman
89. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Ray Dalton - Can’t Hold Us
88. Bruno Mars - Gorilla
87. Lana Del Rey - Young & Beautiful
86. Disclosure - F For You
85. Little Mix - Little Me
84. Glee Cast - Clarity 
83. Emmelie De Forest - Only Teardrops
82. Lady Gaga - Swine
81. James Arthur - Recovery 
80. The Killers - Shot At the Night
79. Foals - My Number
78. Icona Pop - All Night
77. Jay-Z ft. Frank Ocean - Oceans
76. Rudimental ft. Ella Eyre - Waiting All Night
75. Neon Jungle - Trouble
74. Katy Perry - Unconditionally
73. Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr ft. Birdyman - Eat Sleep Rave Repeat (Calvin Harris Remix)
72. Union J - Carry You
71. Imagine Dragons - On Top of The Wrld
70. Celine Dion - Loved Me Back to Life
69. Coldplay - Atlas
68. Krewella - Alive
67. Kings of Leon - Supersoaker
66. Example - All The Wrong Places
65. Ed Sheeran - I See Fire
64. Leah McFall - I Will Survive
63. Bastille - Of The Night
62. Olly Murs - Hand On Heart
61. Classified ft. Olly Murs - Inner Ninja
60. JLS - Billion Lights
59. OneRepublic - Counting Stars
58. Robin Thicke ft. T.I. & Pharrell - Blurred Lines
57. Icona Pop ft. Charli XCX - I Love It
56. Katy B - What Love Is Made Of
55. Showtek ft. We Are Loud & Sonny Wilson - Booyah
54. Katy Perry - Roar
53. Clean Bandit - Dust Clears
52. Avicii ft. Aloe Blacc - Wake Me Up
51. Olly Murs - Right Place Right Time 
50. Olly Murs - Dear Darlin’
49. Eliza Doolittle - Big When I Was Little
48. Karmin - Acapella
47. Justin Timberlake - Tunnel Vision
46. Naughty Boy ft. Emeli Sande - Lifted
45. Naughty Boy ft. Sam Smith - La La La
44. Rizzle Kicks - Skip to the Good Bit
43. will.i.am - Bang Bang
42. Eminem - Berzerk
41. Ellie Goulding - Burn
40. Kanye West - Black Skinhead
39. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ft. Mary Lambert - Same Love
38. Klangkarussell ft. Will Heard - Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine)
37. Sub Focus ft. Alex Clare - Endorphins
36. Mika ft. Ariana Grande - Popular Song
35. Lady Gaga - Mary Jane Holland
34. Naughty Boy ft. Bastille - No One’s Here to Sleep
33. Lady Gaga - Venus
32. Eminem ft. Rihanna - The Monster
31. Storm Queen - Look Right Through (MK Remix)
30. Drake ft. Majid Jordan - Hold On, We’re Going Home
29. MKS - Flatline
28. Disclosure ft. Eliza Doolittle - You & Me
27. Natalia Kills - Saturday Night
26. Naya Rivera ft. Big Sean - Sorry
25. Mariah Carey ft. Miguel - #Beautiful 
24. Eminem - Rap God
23. Conor Maynard - R U Crazy
22. Lady Gaga ft. R Kelly - Do What U Want
21. Glee Cast - Hey Jude 
20. Chase & Status ft. Moko - Count On Me
19. Chris Malinchak - So Good to Me
18. Le Youth - C O O L
17. Jay-Z ft. Justin Timberlake - Holy Grail
16. Lorde - Royals
15. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
14. Lady Gaga - Aura
13. Britney Spears - Work B**ch!
12. CHVRCHES - The Mother We Share
11. Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball
10. John Newman - Cheating
09. Lady Gaga - Applause
08. The Neighbourhood - Sweater Weather
07. Katy Perry ft. Juicy J - Dark Horse
06. James Arthur - You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You
05. Chase & Status ft. Louis M^ttrs - Lost & Not Found
04. Little Mix - Move
03. Avicii - You Make Me
02. John Newman - Love Me Again
01. Lana Del Rey vs. Cedric Gervais - Summertime Sadness

TOP 100: Take Me Home Tour H/L Moments 2013

Lisa, Jess and I have been getting super excited for the WWA tour and thought a great way to get even more excited would be to go through every H/L moment from the 2013 tour and put them into a top 10 list. 

As you can tell by the title of this post, that did not happen. Because guess what! This is the hardest post I’ve ever had to make because I couldn’t pick 10 or 20 or even 50 “essential” moments from this tour. 

THINK ABOUT THAT. 

We all pine for the days of yore when the Up All Night tour was going strong, and there were a lot of moments I love from that tour. But it was also a much shorter tour and took place over a shorter period of time. It was a case study in teenage love affair: flirting, sex and hearteyes. The Take Me Home tour was different (obviously lol) in that it was much more subdued (partly for unhappy reasons).

But after going through this, I think I might like this tour better, which seems crazy, but once you go through this list (and Lisa’s), you’ll see that this tour was all about being settled, domestic and fond in the face of what appeared to be pretty extreme measures to have us believe they weren’t even friends anymore. 

But once you go through this list, I think you’ll agree, that nothing that matters has changed.

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Let’s do this.

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Sweet Tooth
Blue Hawaii
Sweet Tooth

#55. Blue Hawaii - Sweet Tooth (3:31)

Wishing you had some new Grimes songs to obsess over? Worn out your copy of Purity Ring’s Shrines? Maybe it’s time to give “Sweet Tooth" a try. Blue Hawaii is the side project for Braids vocalist Raphaelle Standell-Preston and she has a gift for assembling hair-raising synth-based creep outs. "Sweet Tooth” begins with just a few repeated notes on a keyboard, but eventually the beat begins to match pace with our heartbeat and Raphaelle’s voice is chopped up and cast towards us from quite a few shadowy directions. The end result is a song well suited to soundtrack a long winter’s night. Lucky for us.

Best Moment: From 2:40 to 2:56, when the second half of the song peaks out after a slow build and we’re assaulted with multiple instances of Raphaelle and her demands of love.

The Album [Untogether]: 6/10

Brie Code Lead Progammer

Today we interviewed Brie Code Lead Programmer for Child of Light.  We talked about working on a small team and diversity and female protagonists. 

1.            What were some of the unique challenges that came up during the production of Child of Light?

At Ubisoft Montreal we know a lot about making big games with big teams. Before starting Child of Light, I was thinking it would be a bit of a break! But while it was refreshing and different to work on a smaller team, it turned out it was definitely not easier. Everything we knew about making games was not necessarily true anymore.

On big teams you can become highly specialized in your work. For example, during most of my career I’ve been coding AI systems. I’ve spent years and years on AI systems. But on a smaller team, everyone is a generalist. So we all got to learn A LOT. It has been a super rewarding experience to learn about all the different parts of the pipeline, all the different parts of the game engine. And especially to be able to get closer to the hardware and learn more about all the different consoles we develop for. We’ve got an AI programmer doing all the networking, and a gameplay programmer owning the sound engine. And this “everyone does a bit of everything” ethos stretched beyond the programming team. For example, our writer would run parts of the story by me, and one of our designers was doing very technical scripting. It’s been a really varied and fun experience.

2.            How do you think the diversity of the Child of Light team helped the production?

You can find a lot to read about how diverse teams can outperform even more qualified teams, and it is not difficult to see why. Diverse teams bring a variety of personalities, backgrounds, and ideas. They tend to communicate more since there is no assumption of shared knowledge or previously-established social rituals to uphold. They also tend to bring multiple approaches to problem solving …or even to defining what problems to solve. And this last point is the most interesting to me.

I think it’s a really good time to look to diverse teams for innovation. It’s no secret that the game industry suffers from a lack of diversity, and this shows in what the industry produces. We make games about guns and about the same protagonist over and over, from game to game to game. But what other games could we create?

 

3.            What do you think about the burgeoning community of innovative game developers?

I love what is going on in the indie community and what they are doing to explore new gameplay, new stories, new ways to convey meaning. All my favorite games right now are indie games. And tech-wise, it is a really exciting time also. Partly because the tech has sort of stagnated, we have to look at innovating no longer just on realism but on everything else. And at the same time, so many people who aren’t gamers now have tablets or smartphones. Something I’ve seen recently is a remarkable number of my non-gamer friends inheriting previous-gen consoles, and wondering what to play. (They love Journey.)

So I think we can innovate, and we can expand our audience, if our development teams include not only hardcore gamers but also casual gamers, gamers who used to game but don’t anymore, and especially people who love culture and media but don’t game (yet). And I think we have a good mix like this on Child of Light. We’re mostly hardcore industry veterans, some of us are more casual gamers, we come from all over the world, and we have a good balance of gender and sexualities and ages. With all these different perspectives, we’ve had some great debates and we’ve learned a lot from each other. And I hope we’ve made a game that can appeal to a wide range of people, from seasoned Squaresoft fans to my friends who have just discovered Journey.

4.            How do you feel about making a game with a female protagonist?

I think representation in media is very important. I remember one day while I was finishing Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, I was rushing through the metro, and I saw this life-size poster with the Brotherhood flanking Ezio. A teenage girl walked up in front of me, slowly, looking at the poster, and then she walked straight up to the female Assassin and reached out and touched her face and just stood there for a while looking.

I have at times debated whether this is the right industry for me. I’ve been attached to the computer since I was tiny and grew up loving games and loving programming. And this industry is an industry full of growth and opportunity and passion. And my colleagues are some of the hardest working and most friendly and intelligent people I have ever met. But at times I get lonely. It can be lonely to be the only woman or one of very few women on the team, or to be the only one with my own girly taste in film or books or whatever. But seeing that girl standing there, it made it all worth it, because I realized that it is worth pushing for more diversity within the industry and for a diversity of characters within the games we make.

That girl reminded me what it was like to be young and looking for role models and how powerful it can be to see yourself represented in the media that surrounds you. My favorite games growing up were Colonel’s Bequest and Zak McKracken. Later it was Starcraft, then the Longest Journey and Morrowind, and more recently it’s been Skyrim and Gone Home. Most of my favorite games have compelling characters, often compelling female characters, and I think that is not a coincidence.

For many years most films have had mostly male characters because it is assumed that while women will see a movie with a male protagonist, men won’t see a movie with a female protagonist. And so female-led movies won’t make money. But I think this last year may have disproved this. It’s exciting and you can look it up: In the top 100 grossing films of 2013, female-led movies grossed on average more than male-led movies. As well, it was found this year in an analysis of movies since 1990 that movies that pass the Bechdel test have netted higher than movies that don’t.

Can we prove the same with games? I want to.

And so it has been such a pleasure and an honour and a dream come true to work on Child of Light. I love the character of Aurora. She’s brave and tough and relatable and girly and cute and rises against adversity. She’s an interesting character.

And all of this is beside the fact that people in real life are just so interesting and so varied. People are fascinating. And in games, we are making virtual worlds, and so we can make anything we want. I think we have a responsibility then to create interesting, varied characters.

THE LEGENDARY STEVIE WONDER DELIVERS “FAITH,” FEATURING ARIANA GRANDE, FOR ILLUMINATION ENTERTAINMENT AND UNIVERSAL PICTURES’ SING

OSCAR© WINNERS MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY AND REESE WITHERSPOON LEAD THE ALL-STAR CAST OF THE FILM, WHICH MAKES ITS WORLDWIDE DEBUT AT THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND.

SING OPENS IN THEATERS EVERYWHERE ON DECEMBER 21

NEW YORK, NY (September 9, 2016) — STEVIE WONDER delivers the new collaboration entitled “Faith” [feat. ARIANA GRANDE] for Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures’ SING, it was announced last night during Ariana Grande’s interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.  The song will be available soon via Republic Records, as well as on the upcoming release of the Sing Official Soundtrack Album.  Sing opens in theaters everywhere on December 21.

“Faith” unites Academy Award®- and GRAMMY Award-winning Stevie Wonder and multi-platinum GRAMMY Award nominee Ariana Grande.  Produced by powerhouses and multi-GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter/producers Ryan Tedder [Adele, Beyoncé, U2] andBenny Blanco [Rihanna, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry], “Faith” marks the first song that Stevie Wonder has contributed to a film in more than 25 years.

Stevie Wonder remains one of the most legendary and influential artists in history.  In addition to selling more than 100 million albums worldwide, he has garnered a total of 25 GRAMMY Awards—the most-ever awarded to a male solo artist in history.  Among countless accolades, he is an Academy Award® winner and landed at No. 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 All-Time Artists. A paragon of goodwill, charity and activism, he was even named a Messenger of Peace by the United Nations.

ABOUT SING            
Set in a world like ours but entirely inhabited by animals, Sing stars Buster Moon (Academy Award® Matthew McConaughey), a dapper Koala who presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times.  Buster is an eternal optimist—okay, maybe a bit of a scoundrel—who loves his theater above all and will do anything to preserve it.  Now faced with the crumbling of his life’s ambition, he has one final chance to restore his fading jewel to its former glory by producing the world’s greatest singing competition, even if the prize money isn’t exactly in the bank yet.

Five lead contestants emerge: A mouse (Seth MacFarlane) who croons as smoothly as he cons, a timid teenage elephant (Tori Kelly) with an enormous case of stage fright, an overtaxed mother (Academy Award® Reese Witherspoon) run ragged tending a litter of 25 piglets, a young gangster gorilla (Taron Egerton) looking to break free of his family’s felonies, and a punk-rock porcupine (Scarlett Johansson) struggling to shed her arrogant boyfriend and go solo.  Each animal arrives under Buster’s marquee believing that this is their shot to change the course of their life.  And as Buster coaches each of his contestants closer and closer to the grand finale, he starts to learn that maybe the theater isn’t the only thing that is in need of saving.

Featuring more than 65 hit songs, Sing is written and directed by Garth Jennings (Son of Rambow, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) and produced by Chris Meledandri and Janet Healy.  Released by Universal Pictures, Sing arrives in theaters for the holiday season on December 21, 2016.

ABOUT ARIANA GRANDE
Within less than a year, ARIANA GRANDE captured No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 twice—first with her Republic Records debut “Yours Truly” and also with its 2014 follow-up, “My Everything.”

“Yours Truly” yielded the game-changing pop smash “The Way” featuring Mac Miller, which went triple-platinum, landed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, and seized No. 1 on the iTunes Overall Top Songs chart. Meanwhile, the platinum-selling My Everything garnered a GRAMMY Award nomination for “Best Pop Vocal Album” and spawned the six times-platinum hit “Problem.” Upon the single’s release, Ariana became “the youngest woman to debut with over 400K sold first-week,” while the song ranked as the 5th “highest digital song debut for a female artist” and 9th highest ever. Moreover, it debuted at No. 1 in 85 countries, topping the iTunes Overall Top Songs and Pop Songs charts for four weeks.

During release week, “My Everything” was No. 1 on Spotify as Ariana personally rose to No. 1 on Billboard’s Artists 100 chart. She also became the first woman in history and the first artist since Michael Jackson to simultaneously have three songs—“Problem,” “Break Free” featuring Zedd, and “Bang Bang” with Nicki Minaj and Jessie J—in the Top 6 of the Digital Songs Chart. “Bang Bang” went platinum and was GRAMMY-nominated for “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.” By the end of the year, she landed four songs in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100; the most of any artist in 2014. Ariana has enjoyed five Hot 100 Top 10 smashes.

In 2013, Ariana was named “Best New Artist” at the American Music Awards.  Other accolades followed, with Ariana winning “Favorite Breakout Artist” at the People’s Choice Awards 2014, the “Young Influencer Award” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, the “Radio Disney Chart Topper Award,” “Choice Female Artist” and “Choice Single” “Problem” at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, and more.  At the 2014 MTV VMAS, “Problem” was named “Best Pop Video” as well. In November, Ariana took home the award for “Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock” at the 2015 American Music Awards.

2016 sees Ariana release her mega-anticipated third full-length album, “Dangerous Woman,” driven by the title track, which captured No. 1 on both iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top Pop Songs Chart minutes after release.  “Dangerous Woman” also debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, earning her the distinction of becoming the first artist to debut on the chart with the lead single from her first three albums.

Female speaking roles in top movies hasn’t changed in 70 years

According to Lauzen’s findings, which looked at more than 2,300 characters appearing in the top 100 grossing domestic films of 2013, the number of female-speaking roles has barely changed over the past 70 years. Women totaled just 30% of all speaking roles in 2013 (and this number “includes major and minor characters”). And only half of these speaking parts were as leading characters.

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Calvin Harris & Rihanna Reunite on New Song 'This Is What You Came For,' Out Friday

If Rihanna’s surprise appearance at Calvin Harris’ weekend 1 Coachella set was your favorite performance of the three-day music festival, then Harris’ forthcoming single should be on your radar.

Watch Rihanna Hit the Strip Club, Go in for the Kill in NSFW ‘Needed Me’ Video

On Wednesday (April 27), the Scottish DJ took to Twitter to announce yet another Rihanna collaboration, titled “This Is What You Came For.” According to the tweet, fans can expect the song on Friday. 

APRIL 29 ⚡️@Rihanna pic.twitter.com/2PS6E1mthB

- Calvin Harris (@CalvinHarris) April 27, 2016

The duo first collaborated in 2011 with “We Found Love” (written and produced by Harris) and “Where Have You Been” (co-written and co-produced by Harris), which reached No. 1 and No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively; the 10-week run at No. 1 for “We Found Love” is Rihanna’s longest streak at the top of the Hot 100. In 2013, “We Found Love” won a Grammy for best short form music video and “Where Have You Been” was nominated for best pop solo performance.