Taylor Swift's 'Lover' Will Never Escape Its Name
The upcoming album is tainted because of it.
Katy Perry's Latest Track Is Evidence That Pop Is Out of New Ideas
Perry's first single after losing a copyright infringement lawsuit illuminates an issue in pop music: it all sounds—and looks—too similar.
We Regret to Inform You That the New Taylor Swift Song Is Really Good
"The Archer" might be the coolest she's ever sounded.
How 'Drag Race' Made Drag Queen Music Video Cameos Legit
You're not imagining it: the way drag queens are used by pop acts has moved from cheap laughs or deviance to something new.
Taylor Swift's LGBTQ Anthem 'You Need to Calm Down' Is Pretty Clueless
Swift's new song is a failed attempt at advocacy.
Sorry Taylor Swift, Those Are the Cookies You Bake For Your Enemies
A plate of cookies meant to end the feud between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry is proof the war isn't over.
What Getting Taylor Swift "In Her Own Words" Really Means
As magazines reinvent the format of the celebrity profile, they spark questions about how much truth their audience is actually getting from today's biggest artists.
Taylor Swift Travels Around In A Big Suitcase to Avoid Paparazzi, Zayn Confirms
The long-held fan theory has finally been confirmed in a British 'Vogue' feature on the former 1D star.
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How Much Influence an Artist's Politics Really Have on Their Fans
Taylor Swift, Stormzy and Kanye fans on what it's like when your favourite musician takes a political stand – and what it means for you.
Noisey Power Rankings: October 8 - 12
Lana Del Rey has her second consecutive Good-Ass Week, but Shaggy 2 Dope drops wayyyyyy down for his failed dropkick heard 'round the world.
Voter Registration Has Surged Since Taylor Swift's Political Instagram Post
Vote.org say that 65,000 people signed up to vote yesterday after Swift endorsed two Democratic candidates in Tennessee.
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Taylor Swift Discusses Her Politics For The First Time in Years
The notoriously apolitical popstar has posted a long paragraph on Instagram about who she'll be voting for in the November midterms.