The year's most compelling videos looked outside our realm of reality to reflect what’s going on inside.
The 16-track album comprises a mix of snapping bangers and reflective slow jams.
The album finds the singer sifting through genres like clothes in a fabulous wardrobe.
The more borders you cross, the more potential for discovery—and 2019, as eclectic a year as any, has demonstrated that.
If there’s one unifying theme of the best songs of 2019, it’s a genre-less sense of exploration.
Here are 12 of our least favorite holiday songs, one for each day it took the three wise men to reach the baby Jesus.
For all his humor, Beck is consistently thoughtful and earnest in building his checkered monuments.
Most of the album’s songs blend into each other so nebulously that they become collectively anonymous.
We took a look back through the singer's catalogue of hits and picked her 20 best singles to date.
We’re taking a look back at the song the Queen of Pop has perpetually made shiny and new.
In terms of both length and theme, the singer’s 12th English-language album can feel exhausting.
The double album speaks to the hyper-distracted way we live today.
The album is autumnal in its resignation to death as a necessary part of life.
Much of the power of this set is in the band’s intuitive ability to imbue their songs with new dimensions of subtlety.
A distinct feminine energy pulses through the singer-songwriter's shimmering sophomore effort.
The album lowers the emotional stakes but still manages to dole out plenty of country-rock bombast.
The album is impeccably produced but finds Kanye barely shifting his musical approach.
The rapper-singer’s long-awaited debut album proves to be disappointingly one-note.
Many of the album’s best moments find the band in near-prog terrain.
The song reprises the driving dance beats and irreverent, IDGAF swagger of the singer’s early hits.