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Analysis of the grand return of Harry Styles on "As It Was" — a synth-pop dream that uses his newfound wisdom to let go of the inevitable and embrace change.
Critical essay arguing that misogyny lives at the root of the recent online disputes between Megan Thee Stallion, DJ Akademiks, and Tory Lanez.
Analysis of Beyoncé's latest single "Break My Soul" as a house music track that represents how the resilient adapt through times of major economic and social unrest.
Interview with Joshua Bassett about his new EP Sad Songs In A Hotel Room and letting go of what doesn't serve him.
Essay about a new wave of girl groups led by women determined to craft their individual and collective legacy of their own volition.
Review of Rina Sawayama's sophomore album Hold The Girl.
Songwriters Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk reflect on how One Direction's Take Me Home album laid foundations for the members' subsequent solo successes
20 Years of Brandy’s ‘Full Moon’: How the ‘Vocal Bible’ Set the Gold Standard For Modern R&B Vocalists
Long-form retrospective digging into the creation and lasting impact of Brandy's 2002 album Full Moon, which has set the gold standard for modern R&B vocals in the two decades since its release, with insight from producers, label executives, and artists.
Ahead of the release of his debut solo album, 5 Seconds of Summer's Luke Hemmings opens up about the self-imposed pressure that came with working on his own, his relationship to songwriting and embracing not being in control.