The Pied Piper of R&B needs to shut up, according to the pros.
“If enough people can make money, he’s going to have a fantastic career.”
Great gadgets for Prime Day.
From Bill Murray’s lounge singer in 1978 up through Donald Glover’s bit about diversity in a galaxy far, far away.
The ultimate guide to experiencing the high.
The focus of the hit podcast remixed an artist’s ambient work, and it’s great.
101 semi-essential basics (or however else you’d classify a BB-8 nutcracker).
Colbert spent the most time on it, while three of them avoided the subject.
The creators explain how they synthesized movies, podcasts, TV, and their own personal experiences.
It’s more convoluted than ever, so let’s break down the players and stakes.
The conversation starts and ends with Taylor Swift, but there’s room for everyone from Beck to Little Big Town, too.
May the Force, and also a Darth Vader showerhead, be with you.
The Bends-era tune that will hopefully one day appear on a studio album.
The late singer-songwriter had a knack for predicting the future.
We asked the director about his approach to orchestrating carnage and where, or if, he draws the line.
Musicians are embracing the sounds of that decade in the same way other artists repurposed the blues, classic ‘60s rock, and ‘70s punk.
He’s not exactly the “thank you” type.
“When he was just a big sort of bloviating New York billionaire, he could be highly entertaining and funny, but he’s not funny as a presidential candidate.”
The lineup can boast of 73 platinum albums and 14 divorces.
Compare audio clips of the six headliners singing their most vocally demanding songs on recent tours to clips recorded decades ago when their throats were younger and in better shape.