Our pop critics on Jeremih and Chance the Rapper’s surprise holiday release and more seasonal songs.
At the Apollo Theater, in what was billed as a retirement show, the charismatic and versatile Mr. Bey seemed humbled by the crowd’s affection.
Apple executives Jimmy Iovine and Larry Jackson discuss its place in the music ecosystem and how it has built a one-stop shop for the streaming age.
Mr. Cole’s new album, ‘4 Your Eyez Only,’ is about unvarnished anxiety and uncomplicated love, and he again features no guest stars.
The music is an art of living traditions and accumulated wisdom, so it’s only natural that its veterans remain central to the conversation.
Mick Jagger and company’s latest album, “Blue & Lonesome,” debuted at No. 4 and the Weeknd slipped to No. 2.
The stylish 19-year-old rapper has made his way from obscurity in Atlanta to working with LeBron James and Kanye West.
The music critics of The New York Times share their picks for the best songs of the year.