With “WAP” now more than six months old, it’s easier to step back and see how the track sunk into our pop cultural landscape.
Much like 2020, the Grammys were all about COVID-19 safety, ‘equity’, and ‘social justice.’
What the Grammys showed us, oddly, is a culture in crisis. No matter how much fame or adulation, how many award nominations and costume changes, meaning is missing.
It’s funny, it’s smart, and the Grammys were right to recognize Dave Chappelle for his work.
“We are literally standing here, heartbroken, in the house that Kobe Bryant built.”
The viral mechanisms of social media are adding an extra element of democracy to the music charts, and it shows in this year’s Grammy nominees.
If your glass is half full, this year’s Grammys may have signaled the guitar hero is slowly coming back into fashion with younger listeners.
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour: The best performances, the anticipated politics, and the unfolding celebrity drama of award season.
Talented as they are, not one of the women who took the stage with Dolly Parton at the Grammys will ever manage to be as impressive as she.
She’s far from the first artist to wear something weird on a red carpet, but the outfit is worth considering as a reflection of Cardi’s appeal.
Here’s are the nominees that should win this year, across all genres. Please forgive me in advance for picking Florida Georgia Line.
Lamar is the closest thing popular music has to the voice of a generation. His kind of voice is getting rare as we sink into the chaos of digital democracy.
I was fortunate to attend one of Simon’s concerts in the summer of 2016 following the release of his album, ‘Stranger to Stranger.’
Lana Del Rey (real name Elizabeth Grant) is caught between being an act and an activist. Time will tell where this takes her artistry.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s willingness to publicly address a past miscarriage, their struggle to conceive this time around, and joyfully embrace their twins is important.
Chance provides an opportunity to shed the grievance and alienation that that many feel from pop culture and instead embrace a common joy.
Beyoncé appeared Monday night at the Grammys and led a visual and musical performance celebrating motherhood.
The 84-year-old Kentucky crooner thinks Madonna and Ashley Judd might’ve gotten a little out there.
After Kanye West alleged that he made Taylor Swift famous by interrupting her at the 2009 VMAs, she shot back in the most ladylike way possible.
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