Ariana Grande’s first new music since the Manchester attack, Taylor Swift on a Sugarland tune and the other tracks that caught our critics’ attention this week.
The musician’s close associates, who were fiercely protective of him, said they had no inkling of his painkiller addiction until just before he died of an overdose in 2016.
“My Name Is Prince,” at the O2 Arena in London, will be the first international exhibition of guitars, outfits and other items from Prince’s estate.
Prince, Perfume Genius, Juana Molina and more: hear the new tracks that caught our critics' attention this week.
There are over 7,000 objects, 120 guitars, 2,000 pairs shoes and zero pairs of flats. Angie Marchese has been working at Paisley Park to catalog and preserve the objects that belonged to Prince, who died April 21, 2016.
A lawsuit by the singer’s estate has halted the release of a new six-song EP.
A year after he died, Prince is more available online than ever. This poses a tricky question for fans: Is it a betrayal to enjoy this stuff?
Six previously unreleased Prince songs are scheduled to come out on the anniversary of the singer’s death — unless a lawsuit blocks them.
Newly released court documents reveal that the singer’s home was strewn with narcotic painkillers for which he did not have prescriptions.