It is truly the year of our Lorde.
Who has the most anticipated album of the new year? Vote in our poll.
From Zara Larsson to Lil Yachty, here are the artists that broke out in 2016.
From Gwen Stefani to Frank Ocean, see who made a triumphant musical return in 2016.
Even in 2016, there was music that grounded us and actually made us smile. By default, going forward those same songs might just elicit flashbacks to a year filled with too many musicians moving on to the afterlife, a torturous election cycle and even more mind-boggling election results, but let’s just deal with the present…
We’ve tallied your votes on the year’s best.
The best of the year’s non-album fare.
If there was one bright, uplifting arena in this emotional rollercoaster ride known as 2016, it was definitely politics. Ha ha. Just kidding. We’re still standing on a ledge because of all of that godawful mess.
No, what really got us through these tumultuous times was music, with its ability to comfort, console…
The Idolator editors pick their album standouts.
The Chainsmokers, Tinashe and JoJo had our readers talking this week.
Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez had our readers talking.
Mother Monster is the new Queen of Normal.
Lady Gaga, The Chainsmokers and Fergie had our readers talking this week.
We offer up our first impressions of Brit’s new single.
Lindsay Lohan, Sky Ferreira and Nelly Furtado had our readers talking this week.
See the 13 smoldering photos.
JT’s pop reign, hit by hit.
We put each of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe’s studio albums through our grading system ahead of the release of Super.
Robyn Rihanna Fenty has truly become a musical legend in her own time. Celebrate her slaying of the pop charts by revisiting each song she placed at #1 over the past decade.
The M83 collaborator drops another euphoric single off his sophomore LP.