Larsson’s success can be attributed to the honesty in her lyrics that seamlessly accompanies pop beats that make you want to dance. If you are not listening to Poster Girl while dancing alone in your room, you’re lying.
After dropping a highly-anticipated collaboration with Rosalía back in January, teenage idol Billie Eilish returned to the spotlight last month with the AppleTV documentary, 'Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.'
“Ginny and Georgia,” a brand new Netflix comedy-drama that debuted in late February, received criticism for misogynist jokes targeted at pop superstar Taylor Swift.
The artist is still young and has a blossoming career ahead of her. If there’s one thing that "Life Support" proves, it’s that Madison Beer is still fighting to find her spot in pop music.
A look back at one of the most accomplished and celebrated careers in modern electronic music.
An indie-pop band that describes their sounds as a “mix of upbeat music combined with the saddest music they could find,” their songs delve into real-life topics while still evoking the level of nostalgia and fun that you’d get from watching your favorite movie.
By day, University of Miami student Jasmine Ortiz studies musicianship, artistry development and entrepreneurship at the Frost School of Music. But by night, she records with producers like the multi-platinum Trackdilla.
While “Framing Britney Spears” came off as a tragic story, with continued support, it could become a triumphant one.
A self-driven artist signed to Cane Records, Frost School of Music’s student-run record label, his love for music motivates him to balance his academics with the pursuit of his dreams.
Hotties unite: The Stallion's debut album has arrived and will have you twerking for days.
Well known for his ability to adapt and cater to all audiences, music-veteran Ty Dolla $ign proves he is the ultimate genre-bender on the appropriately titled “Featuring Ty Dolla $ign,” released Oct. 23, 2020.
It is a positive sign that Grande isn’t trying to recreate the massive success of “Thank U, Next,” but rather allowing herself to evolve artistically. She’s just making music that makes her happy, and no one can complain about that.