The Colour of Pop
Black women are leading the charge in pop music—so why are they classified as R&B?
The Inuk singer-songwriter’s latest album is a nod to the rock and pop hits of her youth—but all the tracks are sung in Inuktitut so they can be shared with her community today.
From giving up on being a K-pop idol to dropping out of business school in New York, the performing artist has already lived many lives.
With his vulnerable and intimate music style, the band's front man Yoni Ayal is the new voice of contemporary R&B.
Our thoughts are with her.
The singer's heart lies in dancehall, but that doesn’t mean she can’t step outside the limits of the genre.
Nu can teach us all something about taking the time to find our voice.
The Canadian musician opens up about the toll the industry takes on performers, the lessons she’s learned through her bipolar diagnosis and coming back to the stage with a bright new outlook.
In the afterglow of back-to-back Juno wins and a new EP, Ré shares her recipe for the perfect love song.
“This is a collection of music written in the middle of the night, a journey through terrors and sweet dreams.”
She discusses her debut album, her early musical obsessions and the importance of doing things on her own terms.
On her triumphant new album, the music icon embraces the Black women and Black queer artists who shaped dance music. Category is: liberation.
Since you last saw her, the singer-songwriter graduated from Harvard, lived through a pandemic, and wrote a record about it all.
The musician emerges from a time of creativity and grief-induced isolation to deliver an album that strikes plenty of chords.
The pop star and actress on her new film, TikTok, and that yet-to-be-released song in the credits.
The music icon on her new album, the lasting legacy of Let Go and finding love again.