The singer employs a conversational tone throughout the song to punctuate her ambivalence.
It might be time for pop’s reigning vocal acrobat to more fully commit to some new positions.
The singer's new single is filled with plenty innuendo and feminist messaging.
Removed from the fog of nostalgia, it's clear just how middle-of-the-road the singer's early-‘90s output was.
The video, directed by Tarsem, finds the singer awakening in a desert surrounded by pomegranates and a broken bicycle.
Rather than build on any of the sounds she experimented with in the past, the singer seems content to stay in her lane.
The singer's career is, of course, largely defined by her outrageous video fashions.
Sofia Coppola’s latest promises to be an exuberant love letter to New York.
The track has been transformed from a midtempo pop-funk earworm into a sleek electro-disco gem.
The singer's new single is a deceptively hopeful tribute to personal independence.
The special effects-heavy clip finds the singer climbing inside a dusty upright piano and into a moss-covered fantasy world.
The album demonstrates the tangled multi-dimensionality of both the singer’s own psyche and the act of sex itself.
The house-inflected dance-pop tune finds the two overzealous vocalists duking it out to see who can outsing the other.
The singles aims for euphoric, “Teenage Dream”-style heights but doesn’t quite reach them.
The singer's latest is a catchy but uninventive slice of electro-pop.
The lush, darkly cinematic track feature an orchestral arrangement courtesy of Hans Zimmer and guitar from Johnny Marr.
Today, A24 dropped the trailer for haunting mustache enthusiast David Lowery's latest.
Anderson’s latest is described as a “love letter to journalists.”
Music to Be Murdered By was released unexpectedly, accompanied by a music video for the track “Darkness.”
Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning by Issa Rae and John Cho.