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38 Hit Songs That the Artists Now Regret

Everyone has their special fuzzy memories of their favorite smashes over the years – but now and then, the artists themselves don’t exactly feel the same way about their own music.

Over time, plenty of different pop stars and singer-songwriters have spoken out following the smash success of their songs to reveal that, for one reason or another, they feel awkward, embarrassed or even ashamed about certain songs.

In some cases, it comes down to the lyrical content. And in others, it’s all due to the song’s complete over-saturation of the market. Regardless, these stars have enough distance between the song’s release and now to reflect on the choices they made.

We’ve gathered together some of the biggest hits from the likes of everyone from Taylor Swift to Radiohead, and how the artists really feel about the songs. Some of these are bound to surprise you!

Be sure to check out the most controversial and banned music videos of all time as well.

Click through to find out which hit songs artists now regret…

Only 12 Albums Got a Perfect 10 Score From Pitchfork Upon Release - Find Out Which Ones!

It’s not easy to impress Pitchfork!

The music website is known for its critical reviews of some of the biggest new releases and reissues, and especially for its numerical rating system. While the site has revised their ratings for several records over the years, its only given out a dozen perfect 10 scores since its launch in the ’90s.

We’ve rounded up the only albums that received a 10 when they were released, which span from the ’90s to the ’20s, and listed them from oldest to newest.

Click through to see which records were deemed perfect 10s by Pitchfork…

G-Eazy Covers The Beatles' 'I'm So Tired' & Radiohead's 'Creep' Featuring Ashley Benson - Listen!

G-Eazy is unexpectedly covering some classics!

The 30-year-old “Me, Myself & I” musician dropped two covers on Wednesday (April 22).

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G-Eazy released a cover of The Beatles‘ “I’m So Tired,” produced by Christoph Andersson, as well as a cover of Radiohead‘s “Creep” featuring Ashley Benson and produced by Cole MGN. It’s not yet known if these are part of a new project.

G-Eazy was recently at the center of relationship rumors regarding this hot rapper. Find out what she said about it!

Listen to “I’m So Tired and “Creep”…

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Janelle Monae Honors Janet Jackson at Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony!

Janelle Monae helped induct Janet Jackson into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame!

The 33-year-old singer joined the legendary performer at the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony on Friday evening (March 29) at the Barclays Center in New York City.

“I remember the first time my momma showed me a clip of our Janet Jackson. And I saw this resplendent, assertive, talented girl with an afro puff on the top of her head. And it was just so refreshing to see someone who looked like me and millions of other little black girls around the world,” Janelle said during her speech.

Janet was honored alongside inductees including Steve Nicks, the Cure, Def Leppard, Radiohead, Roxy Music and the Zombies.

Other attendees at the event included Brian May, Michael J. Fox, Mick Fleetwood, Sheryl Crow and Trent Reznor.

FYI: Janelle is wearing a The Blonds outfit.

20+ pictures inside from the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony
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Janet Jackson & More to Be Inducted Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2019

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced their 2019 inductees: Radiohead, Janet Jackson, Stevie Nicks, Def Leppard, The Cure, Roxy Music and the Zombies.

The event will take place on March 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. HBO will be on hand to film the event and air an edited version at a later date, Rolling Stone reports.

If you don’t know, artists are eligible to enter into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25 years after the release of their debut single or album.

Congrats to this year’s inductees!

Lana Del Rey Says Her Radiohead Lawsuit Is Over!

Lana Del Rey says her lawsuit is apparently over!

The 32-year-old Lust For Life singer-songwriter revealed the news onstage while performing during Lollapalooza Sao Paulo 2018 at the Interlagos racetrack on Sunday (March 25_ in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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As previously reported, Lana said that Radiohead demanded 100% of the publishing for her song “Get Free” for sounding too much like their hit song “Creep,” which she was going to fight in court. Radiohead‘s spokespeople denied that they demanded 100% or issued a formal lawsuit, but did acknowledge that they wanted credit.

While Lana did not explicitly explain the results of the resolved dispute, she did say she’s now free to perform the song.

“I mean now that my lawsuit’s over, I guess I can sing that song any time I want, right?” she told the crowd during her performance.

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Lana Del Rey Explains Why Radiohead Might Be Taking Her to Court

Lana Del Rey says she’s battling with Radiohead‘s lawyers over one song’s similarity.

The track in question, “Get Free,” is from Lana‘s latest studio album, 2017′s Lust For Life. Radiohead alleges that the song is too similar to their own hit, “Creep” – and they want 100% of the publishing, according to Lana.

“It’s true about the lawsuit. Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by Creep, Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing – I offered up to 40 over the last few months but they will only accept 100. Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court,” she wrote on Twitter on Sunday (January 7).

Interestingly, Radiohead faced similar legal issues with “Creep” upon its release. After the band admitted the song shared similarities with The Hollies‘ “The Air That I Breathe,” they agreed to settle a lawsuit out of court with the songwriters, Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, and give them a percentage of the song’s publishing.

See her tweet below.