Music

Alanis Morissette's "Jagged Little Pill" channeled the rage of young women in the '90s. Who better to speak to that than Black and brown women?
"If everyone's making music for the TikTok, who's making music for my generation? Who's making the music for my peers? I will do that job, gladly," she said.
Fans are doing their best to handle all of their emotions.
The “Black Like Me” singer told HuffPost about creating space for Black women in country, her debut album and her journey to the CMA Awards stage.
On "Mind Games," the Los Angeles-based singer offers a sonic snapshot of what it means to be queer, single and 20-something in 2021.
The 26-year-old entertainer was known for tackling feminist issues in her songs, such as denouncing men who control their partners, and calling for female empowerment.
The rising singer-songwriter gave HuffPost a sneak peek at “Cowboys & Dreamers,” a wistful paean to self-love from her acclaimed debut EP.
Mariah Carey, Elvis, James Brown, Dolly Parton, Stevie Wonder, Johnny Cash and more Christmas music.
These Latinx and Hispanic LGBTQ icons have had a huge impact culturally and politically.
“I was really upset because I thought things were okay,” Grohl told Vulture.
Crosley, Audio-Technica and Rega turntables all make the cut when it comes to the opinions of vinyl experts and their quest for the perfect sound.
"Live with a beginner violin student so your house constantly sounds like a horror film."
“I think our net was cast a bit wider than theirs,” the former Beatle told The New Yorker about the group's top musical rivals.
The Grammy winner coyly said the song's intended meaning was "not really relevant."
The suit will continue after a judge didn't buy the former president's excuse for lifting the Eddy Grant song for a campaign ad.