How does one exist as a Black pop musician when pop is predicated on whiteness?
Characterised by stretching vowel sounds way beyond what is necessary, the last decade has given us a bounty of "cursive singers", AKA vocalists doing the most.
The secret to his domination—and, increasingly, the homogenization of pop—is his one-size-fits-all approach to genre.
Our Weekly Review calls a roundtable on the singer's new disco-inflected single “Don’t Start Now.” Where does this latest direction place her?
In the first of our Weekly Review series, we survey the ex-Chairlift singer's alt-pop vision. Get ready to cry on the dance floor (or at home).
The interactive album, a 'Rez' for pop fans, is a platformer, a racing game, a shooter. It’s whatever it wants to be, whenever it wants to be.
The first card the pop musician drew was 'Death'. Panic ensued.
Perry's first single after losing a copyright infringement lawsuit illuminates an issue in pop music: it all sounds—and looks—too similar.
"The Archer" might be the coolest she's ever sounded.