The rise of the blasphemy bop
As religion's role in politics continues to increase, pop music has got more and more sacrilegious.
Lil Nas X was gay af (and ripped his pants) on SNL
Hotter than hell.
NYK is the Malaysian musician bringing his creative community together
His new album ‘Salt’ saw the Kuala Lumpur artist collaborate with local producers, stylists, directors.
On Everlasting, Loyal Lobos befriends her teenage self
The Colombian singer-songwriter’s debut album, executive produced by Teddy Geiger, translates sorrow into uplifting, feminist pop tunes.
Moscow artist Kate NV makes fantasy music for the future
Kate Shilonosova’s new album 'Room for the Moon' features spellbinding pop that eerily predicted our new reality.
The pop charts in the year 2000 were truly chaotic
For 12 strange months, pretty much every single got to number one -- except the ones you’d expect.
Eric Nam on what it's like to be an American K-pop star
After cancelling the tour for his first all-English EP 'Before We Begin', the Atlanta native has been thinking about how to push the genre forward.
Lunadira wants to shatter the Malaysian pop mould
After dabbling in YouTube covers, it was when the Kuala Lumpur singer-songwriter focused on original songs that she struck a chord.
How Banoffee's emotional purge became a bruising pop album
The Australian-born, LA-based musician's debut record is a searing exploration of personal trauma.
Yeek is the pop artist throwing convention to the wind
The South Florida singer has become a West Coast classic, but now he’s ready to go bigger.
10 things you need to know about Stockholm's Eurobeat angel, Namasenda
The PC Music signee will make you nostalgic for 2003.
BENEE and Gus Dapperton turn breakup blues into sunny pop on Supalonely
The 20-year-old Kiwi pop kid premieres her vibrant new music video exclusively on i-D.