A cohesive, artistic covers album that often improves on the originals.
The crooner successfully strikes a balance between news cycle and bedroom without killing the mood.
Bono sounds confused on the much-delayed followup to Songs of Innocence.
The Canadian troubadour reminds us that America has always been great.
The Icelandic singer returns with a thriving sound world rich in nuance and detail.
After all this time, the moody bastard still makes it hard to love him.
The late soul songstress still sings with a fire and force impossible to ignore.
The British-French singer has evolved as an artist, and Rest is a flawed but worthy statement.
The blockbuster star’s sixth studio album is a bloated disaster, but maybe that’s the point?
A slowly blossoming artist leaving buzzworthy virality in favor of something more substantial.
The Norwegian rapper’s storytelling chops have finally matured to match his showmanship.
It’s so rare that four white dudes selling 18 million units knew the limits of their powers.