The seven-member group ended its Love Yourself tour with its first United States stadium show, a demonstration of precise pop showmanship and fan devotion.
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“Tha Carter V” lets Lil Wayne reassert his strengths and “YSIV” shows Logic is finding effective ways to insert himself into the traditions he admires.
As Noah Cyrus, musical family royalty, seeks to find an identity, Bhad Bhabie, viral star, arrives at one naturally.
The famous are saying less (if anything at all), granting interviews to their friends and sharing on social media. What’s being lost? Almost everything.
“Queen” and “Astroworld” are the products of two rappers who are preoccupied with the album format, but aren’t especially well-suited to it.
The French duo’s heartfelt songs are accompanied by visuals that have caught the attention of the “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins.
For their On the Run II tour, pop’s most powerful couple perform the third act of their high-stakes play about faithfulness and disappointment.
On the Compton MC’s third album and the up-and-comer’s debut, they showcase why their region is perhaps the most vibrant rap hub of this decade.
The universe of the graffiti master turned astrofunk storyteller in a bracing show reveals his lifelong battle against the limitations of form.