Though it wasn’t pretty, Minaj was really teaching a lesson in civility.
Pool parties and ecstasy aside, We Are Your Friends is the latest attempt to show DJ culture can create art as well as entertainment.
Beauty Behind the Madness tries to cash in on the Toronto R&B singer’s dead-eyed hedonist persona, but is at its best when it lightens up.
E•MO•TION tackles romance with precision, clarity, and supreme exuberance.
A lovable nerd who’s also a ruthless killing machine
Straight Outta Compton attempted to bolster his legacy by leaving part of it out.
It’s the new circle of life: Stars sing the songs that they and fans grew up on, and no one’s embarrassed.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens sounds like it’s going to have a fanboy for a villain, and that could be brilliant.
Meryl Streep stars as a troubled musician in a strangely gentle family-reconciliation dramedy.
The greatest unanswered question of USA’s sensational hacker drama isn’t about reality. It’s about morality.
The least relevant criticism someone can make of a superstar is that they’re not self-made.
Paul faced danger, Ani and Ray faced each other, and Frank faced some career decisions.
Titus Andronicus’s The Most Lamentable Tragedy makes a wrenching personal struggle sound triumphant.
On “Back to Back Freestyle” and “Charged Up,” the rapper forgoes the high road in his beef with Meek Mill.
Even with the overwhelming recent New York cover story, the women pay a price for speaking out.
Ani went undercover, Frank embraced his sensitive side, Paul tested his powers of observation, and Ray went insane.
Caitlyn Jenner’s new miniseries is moving, conscientious, and distractingly manipulative.
MTV’s documentary points out some facts about race that might seem obvious until you realize that for many Americans they’re not.
One star uses the pretext of female solidarity to try and shut down another’s frustration with the music industry.
A strange, small gift of an album for a strange, vast universe