After tasting the heights of K-pop fame and all that comes with it, the singer is now pursuing a life on her own terms—one that includes "wigstensions."
The Brooklyn band shares some setlists for every occasion, from the studio to the shower.
by Mark Burger
The Grammy-nominated funk-soul duo talk driving to Nas, crying to Roberta Flack, and doing pretty much everything to George Michael's timeless ballad.
by Mara Veitch
Christmas is over, but that doesn't mean we're done celebrating.
The composer of the acclaimed Euphoria score—who's become a star in his own right—tells Zendaya that he's finally learning to be fearless.
Dylan Brady and Laura Les offer up a blueprint of what music might sound like in the year 2050.
"Sexorcism" is a sort of homecoming for the sex-positive icon.
Ethan Russell walks us through his intimate photos of Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Jim Morrison, and more.
The model, photographer, and dancer adds rock star to her résumé.
by Megan Pope
In which the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter-pianist finds us the most underrated Lana Del Rey album and makes Hot Girl Piano Player a thing.
by Jacob Uitti
We caught up with the infamous raconteur to ask his thoughts on a myriad display of semi-random topics, from Donald Trump to Disney+.
by Karl Ortegon
With the release of their second album, one-half of the masked duo spills the juice.
A Tale of Two Grimes: The Enigmatic Pop Star in Conversation with Both Lana Del Rey and Brit Marling
by Lana Del Rey and Brit Marling
Grimes spoke with her friends about forgiveness, building worlds, and the mythology of her new album, "Miss_Anthropocene."