The MAYA single gets an unnerving new visual.
Bargeld’s cover of “In Time” comes from Elfman’s truly insane new remix album, Bigger. Messier.
BLK VINTAGE: THE REPRISE is out now.
The deluxe edition of the singer-songwriter’s KEYS is out now.
The Bronx rapper mixes self-belief with loathing on her breakout single.
Need a new bed? Call Charli.
“Holy Hell” is a step forward from the creative vagabond’s unexpectedly brilliant 2020 album Pleasure, Joy and Happiness.
The TikTok star turned musician releases her Dolls EP today.
The Los Angeles rapper’s new album Drillmatic Heart Vs. Mind is out now.
Lennox has also confirmed details of her new solo album.
New albums from Rod Wave, Megan Thee Stallion, Hudson Mohawke, and more.
Ronald Isley and the Isley Brothers recruit Bey for an updated version of a 1975 hit.
Listen to Nicki’s first solo single in three years.
CYBERKISS* is due out September 23 via Dirty Hit.
Class is in session.
It’s the second single from Please Have a Seat, due out October 7 via Secretly Candian and Sooper Records.
It’s laundry day in London.
The band’s headlining sets at the Reading and Leeds Festivals have also been pulled.
The project’s tracklist includes the singles “Plan B,” “Sweetest Pie” featuring Dua Lipa, and the Future-featuring “Pressurelicious”.
The festival, split between New York City and Accra, takes place next month.
A fan launched a lawsuit against Sony Music and Jackson’s estate in 2014 claiming Jackson’s real voice was not used on three posthumously released songs bearing his name.
The 22-minute short follows the Brooklyn-via-Los Angeles band during studio sessions for their third album.
Terell Ephron, a.k.a. A$AP Relli, claims Rocky fired multiple shots at him during a meeting in Hollywood.
Next tim you’re in Portsmouth, Virginia visit Missy Elliott Boulevard.
Liminal Spaces is due out October 21 on Lex Records.
“Watersynth” is one of two new tracks from the veteran English producer.
The Mumford & Sons frontman wrote about the abuse in “Cannibal,” his solo single released in July.
The song, first premiered on the Motomami tour, has been officially released.
The south London-based artist’s latest single brings soul and rage together.
Cool It Down is out September 30 via Secretly Canadian.