A plane headed to the Grammy's is going down, there's only one parachute, which pop star do you save? Join renowned homosexuals Quincy and Hayden every Thursday as they discuss latest trends, releases and throwbacks to some of pop's most dominant moments. Each episode consists of POP culture's latest hits, a trip to the S.P.A. where newly released songs are heralded as 'Smashes, Passes, or Asses', and a culminating deep dive into the album of the week! Ultimately, Dom Pop is a quasi-hour of laughs, questionable puns, and an endless, unabashed celebration of pop music.
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5 out of 5 stars
Love this show but Quincy’s laughing with the microphone in his mouth is ear-piercing.
5 out of 5 stars
The best pop podcast, period
I love Hayden and Quincy. This show is my favorite thing to listen to. They love the same music I do and I love hearing them talk about it!
3 out of 5 stars
It’s fun. They can be very funny and their chemistry is fantastic. But some of their takes are pretty bad (during Ariana’s episode they were off 98% of the time, among other episodes) They use the word ‘objectively’ so much, it comes off as a little…desperate to prove a point, and like they forgot the true meaning of the word. But it’s a fun listen, overall. If you’re obsessed with pop, give it a chance. If you have a respect for other genres beyond it….maybe still clear, because they can be a little biased against anything not pop/pop-influenced.
5 out of 5 stars
Best Pop Music Pod
I love this new podcast. The two hosts are hilarious together and I love hearing them deep dive into different pop artists and topics each week!!
5 out of 5 stars
The best thing about Thursday’s!
I’m seriously in love with this podcast! It’s the first thing I listen to every Thursday to start my day. These two are HYSTERICAL! I feel like I’m sitting in a room chatting with my best friends every time I listen.
5 out of 5 stars
My new favorite music pod!
I’ve always been a pop fan and this pod is quickly becoming a new fave of mine. Can’t wait to to explore more pop with these guys!
Nicholas D.G. Hikes
5 out of 5 stars
Literally cannot wait to be absolutely schooled on pop culture every week by these two. Just listened to the first episode and I an obsessed, addicted, and frankly I need clinical help to stop listening.
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- Dominated by 2022 - THE 2ND ANNUAL DOMMY AWARDSThis week is the one we wait for all year- when we submit to our inner-most stans and host our very own "Best Of" awards show to celebrate the most dominant pop music 2022 had to offer! Throughout the show, we recap this year in music while awarding recognition to songs, albums & artists that showcased pop excellence in categories honoring Opening Tracks, Closing Tracks, Ballads, Bridges, Late-Album Smashes, Collaborations, 3-Track-Runs, Deep Cuts, Bangers, Ad-libs & of course we tackle the be-all, end-all of categories: Best Songs & Albums of 2022. Grammys, who? Also featured are our Wrapped / Replay highlights for the year and our predictions (hopes?) for pop music in 2023! Join in on the fun for the season 2 finale of Dom Pop!0 comments0
- Dominated by CHARLI XCX - 5 Years of Pop 2For our penultimate episode of the year (and the last before the 2nd Annual DOMMY Awards), we take a dive into one of pop music's most influential projects as we celebrate 5 years of 'Pop 2', the now-iconic mixtape from CHARLI XCX. Throughout our track-by-track, we talk how the album- er, mixtape- came to be, what Charli set out to do with her collaborations, how those actually came to fruition, and of course, we narrow down our Dom Pop to determine our favorite tracks. ALSO discussed are our Xmas playlist must-haves and who of the pop girls wears the crown for best cover of perennial holiday classic 'Last Christmas. NEXT WEEK: It's the biggest night of the year- THE 2ND ANNUAL DOMMY AWARDS!!!0 comments0
- Dominated by TAYLOR SWIFT - MidnightsAs the year winds down to a close, we take one last dip into the pond of albums we got in 2022 - this week by submitting to the 10th studio album 'Midnights' from industry icon TAYLOR SWIFT! We talk through a handful of the 20 (!) tracks she released for the project, why maybe it's time for her to part ways with Jack Antonoff, the legendary rollout, and how we think it will stand the test of time in years to come. ALSO discussed is CAROLINE POLACHEK's new album 'Desire, I Want to Turn Into You' coming 2/14/23, and the categories for the 2nd Annual DOMMY AWARDS which arrives in just two short weeks! AT THE SPA: REBECCA BLACK (Crumbs), MADISON ROSE (Thunder), SAM CREIGHTON (Cooler Waters), SKAAR (Something Like This), RACHEL CHINOURIRI (I'm Not Perfect [But I'm Trying]), CAROLINE POLACHEK (Welcome To My Island), and PNAU & TROYE SIVAN (You Know What I Need). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of 'Pop 2' by CHARLI XCX!0 comments0
- Dominated by TOVE LO - Dirt FemmeAs we begin our initial decent into end-of-the-year chaos, we take time to discuss & submit ourselves to the latest studio album (and first independently released) from TOVE LO, 'Dirt Femme'. Throughout our track-by-track, we discuss album lore, Tove's writing process, her creative rut in 2020, and how she reckons with things like relationships, body dysmorphia & her pansexual identity across the record. ALSO discussed is Spotify Wrapped & why we won't be letting our Apple Music Replay's out into the wild just yet... AT THE SPA: SUB-RADIO (Wait a Minute), LULU SIMON (Driftwood), ROSE GRAY (Promise Me), & MYYLO (Haircut). NEXT WEEK: 'Midnights' by TAYLOR SWIFT!0 comments0
- Dominated by SHANIA TWAIN - 20 Years of UP!This week, we're taking a trip back to 2002, when SHANIA TWAIN released her critically and commercially acclaimed album- UP! Quincy is fairly new to the Shania-verse but with resident Twainiac Hayden at the helm, we dig into the album's intense lore, background & tracklisting, including all three album versions produced at the time! ALSO DISCUSSED is Ticketmaster's Midnights nightmare & TAYLOR SWIFT's not-so-swift response. AT THE SPA: NIGHTLY (I Wish You Loved Me), LAGOONA BLOO (Say It To The Sky), OLIVIA O'BRIEN (Gone Girl), JOAN (Don't Wanna Be Your Friend [Sped Up]), and SMALL POOLS (Motion ft. YOT CLUB). NEXT WEEK: 'Dirt Femme' by TOVE LO!0 comments0
- Dominated by ALY & AJ - 5 Years of 10 Years (Era)This week, we're bending the rules because well, we love to have fun! Specifically when that fun comes in the form of synth-pop excellence from Disney Duo ALY & AJ! This week we dive into the compilation project that preceded their recent album 'A Touch Of The Beat...' including songs from '10 Years' 'Sanctuary', and 'We Don't Stop'. ALSO discussed are the GRAMMY nominees and how they simply don't matter with the DOMMYs right around the corner! AT THE SPA: AVA MAX (Weapons), HATCHIE (Nosedive), RENEÉ RAPP (Too Well), JULIA MICHAELS (Sorry to Me Too), KYGO (Lonely Together ft. DAGNY), HALF•ALIVE (High Up), MADDIE ZAHM (You Might Not Like Her), and KIM PETRAS (If Jesus Was A Rockstar). NEXT WEEK: 20 Years of SHANIA TWAIN's UP!0 comments0
- Dominated by BETTY WHO - BIG!The long(ish) history of Dom Pop has led to this episode: our deep dive into the 4th LP from our favorite songstress BETTY WHO. On 'BIG!', Betty dials up the synths and breaks down her walls to deliver what could be one of her best projects yet. Throughout our track-by-track, we discuss Betty's road to Big, including the lost-album-turned-musical, Betty's journey with gender expression, and of course, we make the tough calls to determine the best songs on the record. ALSO discussed is MEGHAN TRAINOR making us look at TikTok, why the short song trend is the worst, and of course, the tragic passing of 2000s legend AARON CARTER. At the SPA: NIGHTLY (Dirty White Chucks), SOPHIE CATES (Cardigan), STELA COLE (Bye Bye Blues), YEARS & YEARS (100% Pure Love), AVRIL LAVIGNE (I'm A Mess w/ Yungblud), SIGRID (Everybody Says They're Fine), and FLETCHER (Suckerpunch). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of 10 Years from ALY & AJ!0 comments0
- Dominated by CARLY RAE JEPSEN - The Loneliest Time: Part 2In the second half of our 2-part Carly extravaganza, we talk through every track on the more experimental side of Carly's 5th studio album with discussions on 'Disco Sweat's return from the grave, the upcoming SIDE B, and the strongest songs from the entire project. ALSO discussed: TAYLOR SWIFT's domination of The Hot 100 (& that massive ticket queue), MUNA's sold-out shows at The Wiltern, RINA SAWAYAMA's Brooklyn show cancellation, and CHAPPELL ROAN's forthcoming debut album. AT THE SPA: RIHANNA (Life Me Up), SHANIA TWAIN (Last Day of Summer), VERA BLUE (Feel Better), CHAPPELL ROAN (Casual), HOLLY HUMBERSTONE (Can You Afford to Lose Me?), SABRINA CARPENTER (Nonsense), and ALY & AJ (With Love From). NEXT WEEK: 'BIG!' by BETTY WHO!0 comments0
- Dominated by CARLY RAE JEPSEN - The Loneliest Time: Part 1This week we're celebrating gay rights and taking a dive into the first half of CARLY RAE JEPSEN's 5th official studio album: 'The Loneliest Time'. We talk all things Carly including her impact on queer culture, what makes this album stand out from her others, favorite tracks on the first half, and THAT list of Variety's best CRJ songs. ALSO discussed is the release & immediate impact of TAYLOR SWIFT's 10th LP 'Midnights', SAM SMITH & KIM PETRAS' #1 smash 'Unholy', and the upcoming 2nd Annual Dommy Awards! AT THE SPA: SIGRID (Blue), LET'S EAT GRANDMA (Give Me a Reason), CAROL ADES (Special), BLÜ EYES (You'd Never Know), PARRIS MITCHELL (Your Only), and VÉRITÉ (Are We Done Yet?). NEXT WEEK: CRJ's The Loneliest Time: Part 2: Kalabar's Revenge.0 comments0
- Dominated by BRITNEY SPEARS - 15 Years of BlackoutThis week is a big one as Dom Pop bends over backwards, sideways and any which ways the pop princess demands while we submit ourselves to BRITNEY SPEARS' 5th studio album 'Blackout'. We talk about everything that made this album a staple of pop music including lore, collaborators, favorite & least favorite tracks, and of course touch on the media frenzy surrounding Britney at the time. ALSO DISCUSSED: music videos and expectations from CARLY RAE JEPSEN's upcoming album 'The Loneliest Time', Quincy's reviews of album release parties for BETTY WHO's 'BIG!' and TOVE LO's 'Dirt Femme', as well as our expectations for TAYLOR SWIFT's imminent 'Midnights' drop. AT THE SPA: TOVE LO (Grapefruit), MIMI WEBB (Ghost of You), CAROLINE POLACHEK (Sunset), TOM ASPAUL (Love Me Right), ST. LUCIA (Take Me Away), ALASKA THUNDERF*CK (Without Your Love), STELA COLE (Star), and SAM SMITH & KIM PETRAS (Unholy [Disclosure Remix]). NEXT WEEK: 'The Loneliest Time' by CARLY RAE JEPSEN: Part 1.0 comments0
- Dominated by RINA SAWAYAMA - Hold The GirlThis week's episode feels years in the making as we submit ourselves to rising pop icon RINA SAWAYAMA and bend to the will of her second studio album 'Hold The Girl'. We talk through every single track, the mixed reception from 'SAWAYAMA' stans, the heavy trauma Rina deals with throughout the record, and in the end, we try our best to narrow down our favorite tracks. ALSO DISCUSSED is Hayden's ABBA-inspired Grecian Getaway™ and one final dive into BETTY WHO's 'BIG' tracklist before the album finally comes out this week. AT THE SPA: CARLY RAE JEPSEN (The Loneliest Time), BAD SUNS (Life Jacket), JULIANA MADRID (Pretend), JOAN (Don't Wanna Be Your Friend), MAISIE PETERS (Not Another Rockstar), and DAGNY (Highs & Lows). NEXT WEEK: 15 Years of 'Blackout' by BRITNEY SPEARS0 comments0
- Dominated by PALE WAVES - UnwantedThis week Dom Pop's back in session after an illness-induced hiatus to submit ourselves to the 3rd LP from indie poppers PALE WAVES: 'Unwanted'! We talk through our long history with the band, how our expectations hindered our enjoyment of their last record, the band's journey to sobriety for this era and more! ALSO discussed is RIHANNA's epic super bowl announcement, BEYONCÉ's continued 'Renaissance' rollout (where is Act 2?? Bueller??), and Hayden's experience on Ty Sunderland's Bey Boat! AT THE SPA: THE 1975 (All I Need to Hear), PARAMORE (This Is Why), LIL NAS X (Star Walkin'), SHANIA TWAIN (Waking Up Dreaming), ASTRID S (Come First), SAM SMITH & KIM PETRAS (Unholy), and GRYFFIN & TINASHE (Scandalous). NEXT WEEK: 'Hold the Girl' by RINA SAWAYAMA!0 comments0
- Dominated by TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB - Keep On SmilingThis week, technical difficulties aside, Dom Pop finds a way to submit to the will of indie trio TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB and their newest offering, 'Keep On Smiling'! We talk band history, greatest hits, and just how the heck Hayden has managed to avoid them until now. ALSO discussed is BETTY WHO's potential BIG setback and RINA SAWAYAMA's new album 'Hold The Girl'. AT THE SPA: CARLY RAE JEPSEN (Talking to Yourself), SAM CREIGHTON (Wannabe), TILLIE (Realitie Bites), VERA BLUE (Mermaid Avenue), MAGDALENA BAY (Unconditional), and DAVID GUETTA & BEBE REXHA (I'm Good [Blue]). NEXT WEEK: 'Unwanted' by PALE WAVES!0 comments0
- Dominated by KIM PETRAS - ProblématiqueThis week is a weird one, as we submit ourselves to the leaked / scrapped album 'Problématique' by KIM PETRAS (with her full blessing and permission). Of course, it wouldn't be a fair shake if we didn't get into the label drama, what led to the album being scrapped, and Kim's apparent continued working relationship with Dr. Puke - so we talk about all of those things! ALSO discussed is BETTY WHO's not-so-big BIG promo, LIL NAS X's concert, and how BEYONCÉ's 'Renaissance' continues to dominate so much of our lives. AT THE SPA: RINA SAWAYAMA (Hurricanes), SKOTT (Once In A While [Smile]), KIM PETRAS (Running Up That Hill(, MEGHAN TRAINOR (Don't I Make It Look Easy), LEWIS CAPALDI (Forget Me), 5SOS (Older), and WILLOW (curious/furious). NEXT WEEK: 'Keep On Smiling' by TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB!0 comments0
- Dominated by MAGGIE ROGERS - SurrenderThis week we're bending over backwards to submit ourselves to MAGGIE ROGERS and her stellar sophomore effort 'Surrender'. We talk about the album's creation, creative process, and a surprising cameo from FLORENCE + THE MACHINE. ALSO DISCUSSED is the tracklist for BETTY WHO's upcoming album 'BIG!' and Dom Pop's official position on CARLY RAE JEPSEN touring her new album before it releases. AT THE SPA: AVA MAX (Million Dollar Baby), THE 1975 (I'm In Love With You), FLETCHER (Sting), MAUDE LATOUR (Cyclone), CHARLIE PUTH (Smells Like Me), TOVE STYRKE (Another Broken Heart), and BETTY WHO (She Can Dance BRABO Remix feat. PABLO VITTAR). NEXT WEEK: Problématique by KIM PETRAS!0 comments0
- Dominated by CARLY RAE JEPSEN - 10 Years of KissIn our first-ever three-peat, we submit ourselves once again to the woman, the myth, the legend: CARLY RAE JEPSEN, and her 2nd official studio album - 'Kiss'. Home of the infamous 'Call Me Maybe', this era follows the path of an overnight superstar who needed to churn out a full-length project in under 3 months. We talk hits, misses, and get into a heated debate about OWL CITY collab 'Good Time'. ALSO DISCUSSED is Taylor Swift's MIDNIGHTS announcement and the continued speculation surrounding it, Quincy's pop-tinged traumatic high school moments, and we dig into the track lengths on CRJ's NEW album 'The Loneliest Time'. AT THE SPA: MAGDALENA BAY (All You Do), LANY (Congrats), RAYE (Black Mascara), GREYSON CHANCE (Homerun Hitter), THE 1975 (Happiness [Dance Floor Edit]), ELTON JOHN & BRITNEY SPEARS (Hold Me Closer), and RINA SAWAYAMA (Phantom). NEXT WEEK: 'Surrender' by MAGGIE ROGERS!0 comments0
- Dominated by BEYONCÉ - Renaissance Act I: Part 2This week is the culmination of our two-part, epic BEYONCÉ special ( Pt. 1 Here) talking all things 'Renaissance Act I' - specifically diving into each track on the second half of the album before we answer pressing questions like: Which half of the album is stronger? What would these DRAKE co-writes have sounded like on 'Honestly, Nevermind'? and ultimately... What are the best songs across the entire project? ALSO DISCUSSED is Hayden & Quincy's trip to church last week for CHAPPELL ROAN's dual-city concert and BETTY WHO's upcoming album 'BIG!'. At the SPA: DEMI LOVATO (29), LUCIUS (Love Is the Disaster), MAISIE PETERS (Good Enough), BLACKPINK (Pink Venom), KAYE (Neon God), ST. LUCIA (Hey Now), and PANIC! AT THE DISCO (Don't Let the Light Go Out). NEXT WEEK: 10 Years of CARLY RAE JEPSEN's 'Kiss'!0 comments0
- Dominated by BEYONCÉ - Renaissance Act I: Part IThis week, Dom Pop bends over backwards, sideways, and any which ways the queen wants us to as we submit to the first half of BEYONCÉ's brand new album 'Renaissance: Part I"! We talk album lore, favorite tracks, favorite transitions, and of course we dive into THOSE controversies. ALSO DISCUSSED is Hayden's trip to LADY GAGA's Chromatica Ball in NYC and those pesky, pesky flames of hers. AT THE SPA: YEARS & YEARS (American Boy), MAUDE LATOUR (Probabilities), SMALLPOOLS (Cameras & Coastlines), SHEA COULEÉ (Your Name), WILLOW (Hover Like a Goddess), MAISIE PETERS (Blonde), THE KILLERS (Boy), LULU SIMON (Something), JESSIE WARE (Free Yourself [Paul Woolford Remix]), and CHAPPELL ROAN (Femininomenon). NEXT WEEK: Renaissance Act I: Part 2!0 comments0
- Dominated by LIZZO - SpecialThis week, Dom Pop submits itself to the official second LP from trailblazing superstar LIZZO! We talk all things 'Special' including the scrapped era and original title for the project before narrowing down our favorite tracks. ALSO discussed is ALLIE X's unfortunate run-in with the Twitter gays, JANETTE McCURDY's new book details surrounding her relationship with ARIANA GRANDE, and more questions emerge in the saga over the pronunciation of 'Tove Lo'. AT THE SPA: CARLY RAE JEPSEN (Beach House), THE 1975 (Happiness), CAROL ADES (Sadtown USA), TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB (Lucky), GREYSON CHANCE (Athena), PANIC! AT THE DISCO (Local God), and THE WEEKND & SUMMER WALKER (Best Friends Remix). NEXT WEEK: BEYONCE's Renaissance Act I... Part I.0 comments0
- Dominated by KESHA - 5 Years of RainbowThis week we're submitting to the will of pop icon KESHA and her 3rd official LP 'Rainbow' which marked a stark turn for the electropop songstress. Of course, we get into the album lore, the Dr. Puke of it all, what this album did for Kesha's career at the time, and how well it stacks up against her other works. ALSO discussed is Carly Rae Jepsen's upcoming album 'The Loneliest Time', the tracks from its leaked list we are most excited about, and how it adds to October's jam-packed releases- all before we make a very special announcement about our upcoming 'Renaissance' episode! AT THE SPA: RINA SAWAYAMA (Hold The Girl), MABEL (Let Them Know), SUB-RADIO (1990Something), TOVE LO (2 Die 4), STELA COLE (Rhapsody in Pink), BAD SUNS (Maybe You Saved Me feat. PVRIS), HAYLEY KIYOKO (Well...), and CHARLI XCX (Hot Girl [Bodies Bodies Bodies]). NEXT WEEK: 'Special' by LIZZO!0 comments0
- Dominated by MIKA - Greatest HitsThis week, we're back on our Greatest Hits BS as Hayden makes Quincy submit to a selection of MIKA's songs from across his career in our second 'Let's Make a Stan Out of You' episode of the year! ALSO discussed is SHANIA TWAIN's new Netflix Documentary 'Not Just a Girl', RINA SAWAYAMA's 'Hold the Girl' tour, and AURORA's stability on the Dom Pop 2022 charts with 'The Gods We Can Touch'! AT THE SPA: MAGGIE ROGERS (Horses), 5SOS (Blender), P!NK (Irrelevant), PALE WAVES (The Hard Way), FLETCHER (Becky's So Hot), PANIC! At the Disco (Middle of a Breakup) and ALY & AJ (Chemicals React [A&A Version]). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of KESHA's Rainbow!0 comments0
- Dominated by VERA BLUE - 5 Years of PerennialThis week, Dom Pop submits itself to the will of alt-pop songstress VERA BLUE and her debut (and so far only) LP - 'Perennial'. We talk our long histories with the album (including which track made our Best Breakup Songs playlist in 2018) and what we hope to see from Vera in the future. ALSO discussed is GAGA's long-awaited Chromatica Ball (with its peculiar setlist choices), BEYONCÉ's Renaissance tracklist, THE CHAINSMOKERS heading for outer space, and Billboard's official ranking of break-up songs from LORDE, ADELE, TAYLOR SWIFT, and more. AT THE SPA: LIZZO (2 Be Loved), BETTY WHO (She Can Dance), SYD SILVAIR (Action at a Distance), DEMI LOVATO (Substance), ELLIE GOULDING (Easy Lover feat. Big Sean), ST. LUCIA (Touch), JESSIE WARE (Free Yourself), and LEWIS OFMAN & CARLY RAE JEPSEN (Move Me). NEXT WEEK: MIKA's Greatest Hits!0 comments0
- Dominated by MUNA - MUNAThis week, we're submitting ourselves to the self-titled 3rd LP from alt-pop icons MUNA. We talk about our initial dissatisfaction with the singles and how it ultimately led to a seamless, cohesive release that just might be their most consistent yet! ALSO discussed is BETTY WHO's official album announcement for her forthcoming record 'BIG!' and our sky-high expectations surrounding the era. AT THE SPA: THE 1975 (Part of the Band), MADISON ROSE (Iconic!), CIARA (Jump ft. Coast Contra), KING PRINCESS (Change the Locks), DNCE (Got Me Good), and SG LEWIS (Missing You). NEXT WEEK: 5 Years of 'Perennial' by VERA BLUE!0 comments0
- Dominated by HARRY STYLES - Harry's HouseThis week, it's back to basics as we turn our attention toward a new release and submit ourselves to the 3rd album from HARRY STYLES, 'Harry's House'. We talk first impressions, favorite (and least favorite) tracks, and how this stacks up against his other works. ALSO discussed is Part 2 of The Best Songs of the Year (so far) and a few honorable mentions! At the SPA: RAYE (Hard Out Here), CAROLINE POLACHEK (Bang Bang, from MINIONS: Rise of Gru Soundtrack), WALK THE MOON (Different Colors x Pride feat. Jake Wesley Rogers), MOTHICA (Tears), and CHARLI XCX & TIESTO (Hot In It). NEXT WEEK: MUNA's Self-titled!0 comments0
- Dominated by LORDE - 5 Years of MelodramaThis week is a big one, as Dom Pop submits itself to the iconic second LP from pop icon LORDE: 'Melodrama'. We discuss our journeys to the album 5 years later, Lorde's iconic VMA performance, and THAT PowerPoint. ALSO, we check in at the halfway point of 2022 to share Part 1 of our picks for the BEST SONGS of the year (so far). AT THE SPA: RINA SAWAYAMA (Catch Me In The Air), TAYLOR SWIFT (Carolina), HAYLEY KIYOKO (Deep in the Woods), SAM CREIGHTON (Heaven From LA), PALE WAVES (Jealousy), FLETCHER (Her Body Is Bible), KATY PERRY ([Did Somebody Say] Just Eat), CHARLIE PUTH & JUNG KOOK *Left and Right), and ARKELLS, CŒUR DE PIRATE & ALY& AJ (DANCE WITH YOU). NEXT WEEK: 'Harry's House' by HARRY STYLES and Part 2 of the Best Songs of the Year (So Far)!0 comments0