Lil Peep’s first posthumous album Come Over When You’re Sober Part II has released today. The late rapper who infused elements of emo rap in his unique twist of the genre passed away on November 15th 2017 from a drug overdose. His first studio album Come Over When You’re Sober Part I became an instant success entering the Billboard 200 at 168 and sold 16,000 album-equivalent units the following week of its release. The follow-up album has gained even more traction from listeners with memorable singles such as Falling Down featuring XXXTentacion which recently became gold certified by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) selling over 500,000 units. With a track list of eleven singles, there is no doubt that Lil Peep’s legacy remains prominent within the indust
Homophobic jackets, Hiroshima t-shirts and “Don’t care” coats. They’ve all caused the uproar of the public, however, is it acceptable to judge people for the clothes they wear? The successful K-pop band BTS has recently been facing backlash after a picture of one of its members wearing a Hiroshima shirt was shared online. The fans of the famous band have gone wild due to the reference the shirt makes to the end of Japan's colonisation over the Korean Peninsula in 1945. The shirt includes an image of an atomic bomb alongside the repetition of the words "Patriotism our history liberation Korea". https://twitter.com/Kei87c1/status/1060897385147187200 Nonetheless, the members of the K-pop band are not the only ones who have been axed for their clothing. America's First Lady was p
Pop Sensation Cheryl releases new single, Love Made Me Do It and responds to claims the single is about ex Liam Payne. Fans have gone wild at Cheryl's comeback after four years away. The former Girls Aloud singer has released the track today and has been promoting her single on all of her social media platforms. The singer has removed all of her Instagram photos from her page and now only has three posts all of which are dedicated single which you can watch below: The music video shows Cheryl, 35, showing off her incredibly toned body dancing alongside attractive males just a year after giving birth to baby Bear. The comeback of the X Factor Judge sent Twitter into a frenzy with everyone congratulating Liam Payne's ex on her new single, and encouraging others to listen to t...
In light of the popular 90’s girl group announcing they’re doing a reunion tour next year, as well as feminism becoming a common topic among young girls, VOL looked at what the Spice Girls did to become such a legendary group. Back in the 90’s there weren’t many successful girl bands, but somehow the Spice Girls pulled it off against all odds, resulting in a massive 80 million records being sold worldwide. Not only have they done huge-selling records, but they also toured all over the world, including the United States, Canada, Asia and all over Europe. Their worldwide success came from their 1996 Wannabe release when it hit number one in 37 countries. The hit gave them a huge platform, really pushing their music into the spotlight. They had so much success that they are still consid