We’re running through every track on Lil Tunechi’s new album, starting with the piano-led title track.
After seven years out of the game, Justin Timberlake finally has a new album out.
The most straightforward performance of the night combined with one of the most eccentric, with thrilling results.
A confusing but enjoyable performance from rock’s esteemed representatives.
JT’s much-ballyhooed return to the Grammys does not disappoint.
Audio issues overwhelm a nice country two-fer between Miranda and Dierks.
Taylor’s chart-topper gets the “Alice in Wonderland” treatment, for reasons unexplained.
The results underwhelm, though Pink sounds pretty good at least.
The Wanted—Max George, at least—show up to add a little decadence to Pitbull’s new id jam.
Kendrick gets an assist from Drake and a well-chosen sample for one of his new album’s more delectable cuts.
The last of Taylor’s promotional singles for “Red” takes her sound to heights it’s never scaled before, with stunning results.
Is there a place for this much sincerity in rap?
The dubstep cometh.