Beyoncé, Solange, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and Rihanna released provocative, forward-thinking albums during the rise of the Trump candidacy, solidifying Black music's legacy as protest music.
On 'Golden Hour' and 'Blonde,' their masterpieces, the two artists find new colours and new worlds, a step to the side of our reality.
It's not April Fool's Day, so you can be sure that "ASAP Forever (feat. Moby)" isn't a prank. In fact, it's the latest single from Rocky's new album 'TE$TING'.
She pulled out something special for the first night of her North American 'Melodrama' tour.
On the one-year anniversary of 'Blonde,' we look at the album's most experimental song and its ties to '60s psychedelia.
The elusive singer-songwriter has a rabid fanbase who freaked out last year when they were finally treated to new art.
Frank Ocean's live performance captures the honest intimacy of his work. It's just up to the crowd to decide if they want to experience it as intended.
Though it was seemingly lost in wake of 'Blonde', the album wasn't just a way for Ocean to get out of his record deal.
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He dropped the song on the second episode of his Beats 1 show, 'Blonded.'
A lot of questions, actually.
Beyoncé, Kanye and James Blake all contributed – but maybe not in the ways you thought.