Carly Rae Jepsen
Perry's first single after losing a copyright infringement lawsuit illuminates an issue in pop music: it all sounds—and looks—too similar.
NPR asked her to make an entry for their "roséwave" series, which celebrates breezy music for the hot months. She says it's meant for a "living room dance party."
This week's essential listening also includes wild raps from Megan Thee Stallion and crushing grindcore.
Over the past decade, the Canadian pop star has gone from 'adulting,' to crafting her own bright, childlike cinematic universe.
Fifteen artists got together to cover every song on Jepsen's pop masterpiece, and all the proceeds from the album's sales are going to Immigration Equality.
The Canadian pop star's first single since last year's "Cut to the Feeling" is another vibrant, synth-inflected gem.
The most unstoppable force in UK pop is determined to make your head explode before 2017 is out.
He brought out Carly Rae Jepsen and Lorde and ran through a some 'Gone Now' highlights.
Queen of meta-videos.