Weekends with Adele was originally set to run from Jan. 21 to April 16. The singer announced that the Las Vegas residency was postponed due to COVID issues.
The Berlin-based goth-pop artist plumbs the tale of that ever-entwined couple buried in ash in Pompeii as a way into the concept of perpetual love.
The Norwegian pop experimentalist trains her encompassing talent for shibboleth deconstruction towards a new "normcore institution" — her own marriage.
On his new album, The Weeknd lets us consider whether we would like to age into the shape of our fears or the shape of our most heroic dreams.
Pairing the classical cellist with the Michigan iconoclast makes a fair bit of sense: Neither cares much for genre boundaries.
Boldly going where few gay men of color have been allowed to go before, Lil Nas X won the year by joyfully violating cultural taboos and exploiting media far more than it was able to exploit him.
In this session, Eilish joins us from the couch at her parents' house to talk about her latest album, Happier Than Ever.
From the DMV, the pop star and her band take on new arrangements of songs from her debut album, SOUR.
Fans from across the country and the world came to see the Korean boy band perform in Los Angeles for their first live concert in two years. Photographer Hannah Yoon documented fans before the show.
Think of the best songs of 2021 as a playlist catering to the most basic human urges. Within it, booties were called, muffins were buttered and bloody revenge was contemplated. It was quite a year.
NPR's annual list of the year's best albums is full of work by musicians who hit career peaks, discovered their voices or willed something new into reality.
The singer believes "our stories should be listened to as we intended." She requested the change for the release of her new album, 30, and Spotify replied with a tweet reading, "Anything for you."
Morning Edition's Rachel Martin talks to Adele about her latest album and the growing pains of growing older.
The sapphic music label turns lesbian identity into a homogenous category.