Nicole Mastrogiannis

Music/Entertainment Editor

New York, NY

Nicole Mastrogiannis



Every Taylor Swift Single Ranked

It's a new era for Taylor Alison Swift. The superstar has certainly secured her reputation as an accomplished songwriter and outstanding entertainer, as well as a record-breaker and someone capable of bringing forth change to impact the music industry and beyond. With her seventh full-length studio album on the way, below we are ranking every single Taylor has released (a difficult task as it is like ranking your friends). Songs I wish could be included in this list: "All Too Well," "You Are In Love," "I Know Places," and "Long Live." These are my personal favorites.
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Ashley Tisdale Comments on Her Own Throwback Photos (VIDEO)

Ashley Tisdale has finally returned with new music. She has a new album on the way called Symptoms and fans already have the first taste of the forthcoming release via its first single "Voices In My Head." "'Voices in My Head' is really personal for me. The whole album is personal. It's called Symptoms and it's really based off of my journey through anxiety and depression.
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Garth Brooks Recalls Central Park, Texas Stadium Shows & Opry Induction

There is no denying that Garth Brooks is a country music icon. Being one of the best-selling artists of all time, the superstar has accomplished so much over his incredible career, and has performed at hundreds upon hundreds of shows. In 2019, Brooks will be heading out on a massive stadium tour and announced his upcoming 2019 Stadium Tour plans during a press conference.
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Tattoo Stories with Anderson .Paak: How His Ink Tells His Family's Story

Anderson .Paak is making his way up the Southern California coast with each album he releases. Starting with 2014's Venice, the recording artist then released Malibu in 2016, and most recently, he shared his latest LP, Oxnard, which is also his hometown. Oxnard showcases twelve new songs and several impressive features from rappers including Dr.
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How Rita Wilson's New Album 'Bigger Picture' Is A Musical Scrapbook

Rita Wilson is looking at the Bigger Picture. Literally. Her new album, Bigger Picture, as she describes it, is her "musical scrapbook," being that many of the songs inspired by taking a look back on her own life. Bigger Picture follows Wilson's self-titled 2016 album, and showcases twelve new songs, including her single of the same name.
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Train's Pat Monahan on 'Greatest Hits,' Song Meanings & George Michael

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Train's self-titled debut album, and the band is celebrating having released two decades worth of music by sharing their Greatest Hits album. Greatest Hits includes 17 songs in total, going all the way back to their first album, featuring tracks like "Meet Virginia," as well as fan favorites like "Drops of Jupiter," "Calling All Angels," "Hey, Soul Sister," and many more.
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Mumford & Sons Detail New Album 'Delta,' Tease 'Rock Oddyssey' Song

After three years, Mumford & Sons' have returned with a brand new album, Delta. The new LP follows the band's 2015 album Wilder Mind, and showcases 14 new songs including lead single "Guiding Light" and their latest, "If I Say." Delta also features a song called "Darkness Visible," which Mumford & Sons' Winston Marshall describes as a "rock odyssey," much like Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."
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The Band Perry on 'Coordinates,' Working with Rick Rubin & More

For any fan wondering where The Band Perry is and where they are going, the band has sent their Coordinates. The trio's five-track set officially arrived on September 21st, and it's an even further departure from their country roots than their last two singles, "Live Forever" and "Comeback Kid." But, Kimberly, Neil, and Reid Perry are excited about their new material, especially having worked with the legendary Rick Rubin.
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Mya Shares Stories Behind Her Throwback Photos with Whitney Houston & More

It's been 20 years since the release of Mya's debut self-titled album, and the singer celebrated this year by releasing her eighth studio album, TKO (The Knock Out). TKO follows 2016's Smoove Jones, and was released via her own label, Planet 9. The new album showcases twelve new songs including "Knock You Out" and "Damage," which she recently taught two of her fans all the choreography for.
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Belly Details New Album 'Immigrant': 'I Was Completely Open and Vulnerable'

During a time when there are many controversial issues in the world, and perhaps more than ever before, Belly is not afraid to speak is mind ... and he is doing so through his music. The 34-year-old middle eastern born rapper/songwriter/producer is now sharing his new full-length studio album, Immigrant, showcasing a collection of songs that are extremely important to him.
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Lynyrd Skynyrd on Their Most Memorable & Wild Tour Stories

At the beginning of this year, Lynyrd Skynyrd announced that they were heading out on their farewell tour - "The Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour," which kicked off in May. The trek takes the American rock band throughout the country through September with an incredible career-spanning set.
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Florence + the Machine's Florence Welch Details New Album 'High As Hope'

High As Hope. It may describe how you feel, but if you're a Florence + the Machine fan, it's also the title of the band's new album. Florence + the Machine has returned with the followup to 2015's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, Florence's fourth. High As Hope showcases ten new songs, including its lead single "Hunger," and collaborations from artists like Kamasi Washington, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr (who co-wrote "Hunger"), Kelsey Lu and Jamie xx.
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Nicole Mastrogiannis

Music, entertainment, and fashion are what I'm most passionate about (other than my big greek family). To share my passion for these subjects through journalism is something that I deeply cherish, and is what motivates me to inspire others to open their eyes to new things.

From writing for a few music blogs to sharing my entertainment content across iHeartMedia's network of 800+ radio station websites (+iHeartRadio), I have covered every type of music format you can imagine in edition to celeb news, and more.

I have been fortunate enough to share my experience of many of iHeartRadio's tentpole events including the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas, iHeartRadio Music Awards, iHeartRadio Country Festival, and the Jingle Ball Tour.

I have also had the opportunity to sit down with many very noteworthy pop stars to the up-and-comers in the industry for interviews and other fun features.

Additionally, over the past few years, I have covered most of the major dance music festivals including Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, Ultra Music Festival, Electric Zoo, and more. And living in New York City has opened the doors to some of the most unique events surrounding the genre.

Other special interests of mine include celebrity news, TV shows, movies, and fashion. I'm always on social media looking at what all the trends are, and love everything from celeb street style to what they are wearing on the red carpet.



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