Great news for Beyoncé fans: She's been on a roll since 2013, and she's not slowing down. Her latest world-class club banger doubles as a powerful statement of black Southern resilience. In the era of #BlackLivesMatter, "Formation" felt downright necessary. Her Super Bowl performance, with nods to Michael Jackson and the Black Panthers, was pretty awe-inspiring too. Now, where's that new album?
Opening the tangled-up drama of The Life of Pablo with this sincere moment of prayer is a classic Kanye move. It works, too — thanks in part to Chance the Rapper's exuberant, show-stopping guest verse.
On their latest single, Rivers Cuomo and Co. bring the power-pop crunch and the lonely-guy vibes like the Blue Album was only yesterday. It hits all the right sweet spots.
Dreamy L.A. synth-pop dude Jake Tatum nails the Hall and Oates feel on this blissed-out tribute to a loyal partner: "I don't believe in heaven, but maybe you can be my church."
Beck joined Nirvana's surviving members for a spellbinding live take on the Bowie classic they covered on MTV Unplugged. It's a must-see on YouTube.
Yes, she lost at the Grammys. But this absurdly catchy garage-pop nugget about ramen noodles (really!) should cheer up anyone who was rooting for our favorite Aussie singer-songwriter.
Ever wish your life was more like 2 Chainz's? Us too, especially after hearing his and Weezy's delightful ode to living large.