Twenty-five years ago, the lip-syncing models were dethroned—and a class of more sophisticatedly manufactured stars took their place.
On Alanis Morissette and Demi Lovato’s American Music Awards duet
She’s followed one of the best-selling albums ever with a symphony of self-deprecation.
The multi-platinum Irish singer returns with her first new album in seven years, Dark Sky Island.
Terrorism is antithetical to the ideals of most music.
One heartthrob act giddily recycles; the other solemnly pushes ahead.
“WTF,” her comeback single, is pure rhythmic pleasure.
In saying he's gay, Passion Pit's Michael Angelakos shrugs off expectations.
Art Angels’s weird, giddy pop songs are perfect for when you need to annihilate enemies.
Forget taste. Give in to ‘Adventure of a Lifetime.’
“Sandra’s Smile” is a powerful statement of weariness.
‘Hello’ confirms it: She’s unstoppable.
Drake, dancing, devours the Internet.
The joy and power of the rapper’s Kennedy Center show
Candidates singing and saxophone-ing on TV is a time-honored campaign tradition. It’s also an extremely silly one.
New albums from Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez use the same machine to different ends.
How does someone navigate life when they’re so famous their face is a family-friendly fall adventure?
In an unusual trial, the mogul and rapper’s 2000 hit “Big Pimpin’” is at the center of a lawsuit centered on the song’s content.
Conde Nast says it bought the eclectic music-reviews site for its "Millennial males." What?
Get ready for nostalgia whether or not the reunion rumors are true.