A sprinkle of ‘Light Years’-era Kylie, a dash of ‘Confessions’-era Madonna, and poof — STEPS arrive with the best dance-pop record of 2017.
With “The Cure,” Gaga averts the avant garde and unabashedly hops aboard the radio-friendly bandwagon.
The Colombian ‘Pretty Boy, Dirty Boy’ pop prince himself, Maluma, brought the fire to New York City an otherwise freezing St. Patrick’s Day.
Feeling crazy these days? So does Lana. Don’t worry, baby: we’ve got love, and it’s enough.
Before delivering her ‘Joyride’, Tinashe sets off on a solo journey in the dark of night.
The Swedish pop star returns with her moody follow-up to 2014’s ‘Queen of the Clouds’ — wilder, hornier, and more unapologetic than ever before.
Following her mother’s tragic suicide in 2013, Utada Hikaru mourns, escapes and ultimately remains hopeful in ‘Fantôme’, her most vulnerable work yet.
Grimes is in full control on ’Art Angels,’ an album that challenges the rules of pop music and the expectations of female musicians — and sounds like the love child of Al Pacino and Hatsune Miku.
Janet sets herself free on a collection that focuses on the future rather than foreplay.
Katharine serves up a surprisingly diverse and sturdy array of McPheever.