Rihanna, What Do You Mean 'No More Music?'
The singer unveiled a $230 "No More Music" t-shirt at her first pop-up shop for her LVMH-endorsed Fenty label.
Raveena's Debut Album Is a Dreamy R&B Universe
The Indian American singer crafts a world of self-acceptance on her debut album, 'Lucid.'
Lucky Daye's 'Painted' Is Perfect for a Tiny Desk Concert
The New Orleans native squeezed a 10-piece band into NPR's headquarters to perform a medley from his debut album, 'Painted.'
Ari Lennox's New Video for 'Up Late' Is Just as Sultry as You Expected
"Up Late" is the latest visual from the Dreamville singer's debut album, 'Shea Butter Baby.'
Emotional Oranges Are 'Normal' People Making R&B More Mysterious
Noisey spoke to the anonymous R&B group about the release of their debut EP, 'The Juice Vol. 1.'
Maya B's "Dollar to a Diamond" Is Motivation for Better Days
The California artist’s visual for “Dollar to a Diamond” proves you can’t put a dollar amount on self-worth.
Tink Returns With New Project, 'Voicemails'
The Chicago artist follows up 2018's 'Pain & Pleasure' with 'Voicemails,' a 12-track project released independently.
Beyoncé's New-Old Demo of "Sorry" Is Genius In-Progress
'Lemonade' is finally available on all streaming services and includes the original version to "Sorry."
Janelle Monáe on Coming Out: "I Was Terrified"
In a cover story for 'them,' Janelle Monáe opens up about coming out and how 'Dirty Computer' set her free in an interview with Lizzo.
Tayla Parx Has Her Own Voice
Tayla Parx is best known for her role in ‘Hairspray’ and songwriting credits on “thank u, next” and “7 Rings.” Her debut album ‘We Need to Talk’ redirects the conversation where it should be: on her own work.
Dusty Springfield Is Queer History's Forgotten Icon
The legendary British singer who fell in love with American R&B was also a queer icon; an aspect of her identity that is often overlooked.
Solange’s New Album is a Homecoming Like No Other
'When I Get Home' is an intimate exploration of her Houston roots and black heritage.