Kanye West is still tweaking The Life of Pablo four months after releasing it, creating an oddly compelling experience for listeners.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “No One,” the eighth episode of the sixth season.
The president left most of the joking to Jimmy Fallon while touting his accomplishments on The Tonight Show.
For Pride month, the network is trying to remind audiences of the political legacy of shows like The Real World.
For The Cursed Child play, J.K. Rowling wants fans to #KeepTheSecrets in a way they rarely have before.
The super-group Prophets of Rage come at a time of much political music, but few iconically political musicians.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Broken Man,” the seventh episode of the sixth season.
Love You to Death sees the duo tinkering with synth-pop to communicate precise, and often bittersweet, emotions.
The Star Wars franchise has a long history of mixed pre-release reviews and complicated post-production.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Blood of My Blood,” the sixth episode of the sixth season.
New albums from Fifth Harmony and Ariana Grande take two different sonic and lyrical approaches to an age-old dichotomy.
A conversation about how Game of Thrones’s latest twist fits in with George R.R. Martin’s typically cliché-busting portrayal of disability
What’s harder to believe: that it took a year for Andrea Constand to accuse the star of sexual assault, or that it’s taken 11 years and dozens more women coming forward for those accusations to be heard in court?
Her patchy Billboard Awards performance is drawing the inevitable flak, but fortunately other artists will get their chances to pay homage.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Door,” the fifth episode of the sixth season.
Earlier this week, Chance the Rapper tweeted out three crying emojis, three high-five emojis, and one prayer-hands emoji because The…
The debut of the digitized diva on The Voice was scrapped for not looking good enough—an unfortunately temporary problem.
C. Winter Han, the author of a book on Asian American gay men, analyzes the RuPaul’s Drag Race fan favorite Kim Chi.
Even if she doesn’t have to record with Dr. Luke anymore, his company still can do things like stop her from performing at the Billboard Awards.
The uplifting Coloring Book makes profound use of Millennial nostalgia.