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Season two of the Breaking Bad prequel starts slowly but promises a descent into high drama.
The Life of Pablo debuted at Madison Square Garden with a mixture of joyful chaos, careful choreography, and boredom.
Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger’s HBO series complicates the myths of the ’70s but doesn’t make them interesting.
When he tweets “BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!” is one example.
As Coldplay blandly strained for the universal, she and Bruno Mars pulled off something more specific and more daring.
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The Super Bowl, Grammys, and Oscars offer her a respectability hat-trick, after which maybe she can come back and save pop music.
Platinum and Gold certifications now reflect streaming figures, but it’s still very hard to quantify a musician's commercial success.
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A staffer who asked to remain nameless drew the above diagram to help the rest of us contextualize the mayhem…
Her hugely hyped single with Drake embraces the joy of repetition.
Why advocates are backing away from a theoretically helpful term that’s being misused in ways big and small
“White Privilege II” bravely tackles difficult truths about race, but that doesn’t make it a good song.
The BBC miniseries starring Ben Whishaw is gorgeous, terrifying, insightful, and way too slow.
The downfall of a rock publicist is another sign of how speaking up about sexual predation can bring about change.
After the Eagles, he helped define the Miami Vice sound.