Concerts by the two superstars show just how fast the shape of pop is changing.
The recording artist headlines Madison Square Garden, a play plumbs the gay experience in Uganda and the Nobel Prize-winning novelist anchors a new documentary.
Parx, a former child actress who was credited on half of Grande’s “Thank U, Next” album, has become a go-to hitmaker, while chasing her own solo success.
The 20-year-old singing rapper tops the chart for the second straight week with his new album, “Death Race for Love.”
Law Roach, the man behind the looks of Instagram’s biggest celebrity as well as Zendaya and Tiffany Haddish, uses clothes to send a message.
The Chicago rapper topped the Billboard album chart for the first time with 176 million streams and 43,000 copies sold. Last year, he reached the Top 5 twice.
The release had high streaming numbers initially, and even though totals fell by more than 50 percent, it was enough to stay on top.
The pop singer earns her second Billboard 200 chart-topper in less than six months.
The singer’s fifth album, “Thank U, Next,” is her most adventurous yet — and most in conversation with the rest of pop music.