Cellist Yo-Yo Ma ’76 joined six Harvard students to discuss the importance of art in bridging various personal and global gaps in a virtual event on Monday as part of this year's virtual ARTS FIRST festival, hosted by Harvard’s Office of the Arts.
“Shy Away” acts as a litmus test for Twenty One Pilots as they wade into new waters with a more upbeat, electronic pop style.
Nearly 13 years into her career, IU continues to amaze her fans, redefining what it means to be a K-pop singer, songwriter, and producer.
Under conductor Marcus Bosch, The North German Philharmonic Rostock’s latest release provides a refreshing take on the classical album.
The sequel to his 2018 EP “Scary Hours,” this album offers a sneak peek into the rapper’s life during his brief hiatus, and more importantly, a preview of what’s in store for Drake as an artist.
The showdown between Spotify and Kakao is part of a much larger problem in the music industry — who gets to control what music streams and what doesn’t?
“Hold On” resonates with the current unpredictable and disrupted status of the world, reassuring listeners with a promise of better days.
Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s joint single merges the duo’s unique sounds and transports the energies of 1970s soul and 2000s R&B into 2021.
Released on Feb. 26, “Little Oblivions” shows Baker carefully crafting a new sound for herself as she matures and develops into an even greater artist.
While Jonas’ words might be simple, they perfectly capture the immediately relatable feelings of frustration, solitude, and longing for a return to normalcy.
Pop Smoke’s acting debut goes hard in the film “Boogie,” and the late rapper hits even harder with the soundtrack. His latest single “AP,” released Feb. 26, leads the lineup of Smoke’s records to be featured in the movie, including “Fashion”, “No Cap,” and “Welcome to the Party.”
A stunning hit by Twitter’s favorite scholar, Noname,“Rainforest” is a powerful exercise in dichotomy: The artist perfectly weaves together her signature bubblegum trap musicality, soft delivery, and cutting lyrics to develop an intimately complex and exciting piece of art.
After listening to “Butter-Fly" for the eleventh time through, your Spotify Activity might look strange. But, if your friends heard the London singer and rapper’s Feb. 19 release too, they would understand.