Ryan Murphy and company welcome you into the creepy woods of Roanoke, North Carolina.
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The Norwegian electro-pop duo reunites with singer-songwriter Susanne Sundford for retro, pulsating disco-pop perfection.
Three years after her last pop studio album, Lady Gaga returns with a brand new sound.
Mary Drake revealed who her other child is — a familiar face — and Noel Khan quit while he was a head.
This year’s Afropunk Festival featured plenty of heavy-hitters on stage, but was as much about the music as the vibrant culture and atmosphere of acceptance.
The Canadian synth-pop savior returns with some leftovers from her critically acclaimed 2015 record, proving one person's trash is another's pop treasure.
Nine albums deep, the Princess of Pop gets back in the zone for one of the most artistically, musically and vocally ambitious albums of her career.
Last night's (August 17) Catfish hopeful exhibited an alarming amount of denial unmatched by any of the show's previous victims.
Mollie keeps us coming back for more with her debut effort.
The 'Glory' pop icon is offering a nice back rub if you'll just come over on the enticing uptempo cut from her ninth LP.