Breakups, like people, contain multitudes. This listicle explores different facets of a breakup through song, from a heartbreaker and the heartbroken.
KAYTRANADA’s vision for this video emulates the “the look of black sitcoms from the early 90s—from Martin to Living Single and UPN sitcoms” starting from the video’s opening credits alluding to sitcom Martin’s opening titles.Read more "KAYTRANADA Takes a Trip to the ’90s with “YOU’RE THE ONE” Video"
Last January, songwriter-producer Rostam Batmanglij tweeted to his fans of his departure from indie rock group Vampire Weekend.
Now, he’s reimagined queer love songs as a solo Iranian-American songwriter-producer.Read more "Rostam Reimagines Queer Love Songs with “Wood”"
Before Dallas-raised Annie Clark was recognized as St. Vincent, she drove around Texas blasting music from her favorite heavy metal group, Pantera, “hoping something would happen.”Read more "St. Vincent Presents: Gender-Defying “Prince Johnny”"
Frank Ocean is an anomaly to the black community within a predominantly homophobic hip-hop/R&B scene, and he knows it.Read more "Frank Ocean’s Case of “Bad Religion”"