After so much pomp and circumstance surrounding the longer “All Too Well,” you would think that there’s no way it could live up to its hype. You’d be wrong, though — the new version blows the shorter, more primitive “All Too Well” out of the water. How does a song twice the length manage to do that?
"An Evening With Silk Sonic” sends R&B’s new favorite super-duo into the stratosphere as Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak deliver their wondrous debut as Silk Sonic.
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“TWOPOINTFIVE” is an explosion of color — the cover art depicts Aminé’s head, warped and distorted, bursting into a splatter of neon colors. The project shows Aminé having fun and refusing to be boxed in creatively.
Whether you love the album or you can’t stand it, it’s unique to JPEGMafia.
Recess writers weigh in on Lana Del Ray's "most personal album to date"
It’s not the first story about being bisexual or a Gen Z activist or questioning your role as a woman and a person in the world. But it is the first time I’ve seen all these stories share the same stage at the same time.
Explosive. Colorful. Textured. Different. The sound of seeyousoon, a nine-member genre-defying collective out of Orlando, Florida, can be difficult to describe. Their music colors outside sonic lines, shattering the traditional norms of hip-hop with avant-garde production.
Miller was 22 when he released “Faces.” The mixtape, released for free online in 2014, is dense: 24 songs and over 85 minute. Many fans of Miller’s music consider it to be his magnum opus, but until this year, it remained largely inaccessible to many.
Breakup albums usually tell one side of the story, but “22 Break” is Oh Wonder’s way of telling us what it’s like to break up and share both perspectives.
Gomez’s return to her heritage is important to me because like her, I have long been trying to reconnect with my own heritage, especially through language.
Though we might have lost in football, we certainly win when it comes to taste in Taylor Swift songs.
Perhaps the only list where Robyn’s “Dancing on my Own” and John Lennon’s “Imagine” will ever be ranked side by side, specifically at number 20 and number 19, it includes a variety of genres and representation from every decade since the 1930s. While many of the songs are instantly recognizable, whether they be pop favorites or timeless ballads, it wouldn’t be the “500 Greatest Songs of All Time” without controversy and the plague of rockism.
With the release of his debut album “Montero,” Lil Nas X proves that he is an unstoppable force in the music industry—and he knows it well.
In a time when things seem so complex and difficult, sometimes it’s just easier to channel the innocence we once had and crank up “I Gotta Feeling” one more time.
The EP offers an expressive examination into a year in which artistry and creation were transformed through new mediums and restricted opportunities. Sagun and Carl Storm clearly conquer such distance with beautiful atmospheric songs and an intimate video experience that unite the psychological states of a pandemic-ridden world.
Fresh off the release of her third studio album, “Solar Power,” Lorde surprised fans by dropping a surprise EP, “Te Ao Mārama” Sept. 9. The EP features five songs from “Solar Power” recorded entirely in te reo Māori, the indigenous language of the Māori people of New Zealand.
Do you need to reinvent the wheel if you've mastered making it spin?
In a recent interview discussing the release of his newest album, Still Woozy commented, "This album is me figuring out what an album could be. Each song is expressing a different part of my palette, something I couldn't do if I was just putting out single after single." And figure it out he did.
The lanky 6’4 teen hails from Hendersonville, a small town in western North Carolina right outside of Asheville. It’s certainly not the first place you’d expect to find the next big pop star. But that’s exactly what Glaive, named after a weapon from "Dark Souls III", will be.