Best Of 2019
Why 2018 Was A ‘Really Big Triumph’ For The Curve Community
Films like 'Dumplin'' brought positive plus-sized experiences to the forefront
Why 2018 Was a Transformative, Groundbreaking Year for QTPOC Creators
In 2018, we saw more Black and Brown LGBTQ+ artists than ever creating from a place of truth
From BTS To Red Velvet, Here Are The 18 Best K-pop B-sides Of 2018
Justice for 'Paradise'!!!
Albums Of The Year: ‘Dirty Computer’ and The Liberation of Janelle Monáe
On her triumphant LP, Monáe shows that everything that makes her “dirty” is uniquely, painfully, and inseparably American.
Fifth Harmony Forecast: How Each Member Is Poised To Dominate 2019
Lauren, Ally, Normani, and Dinah used this year to lay the foundation for their solo breakthroughs
Albums Of The Year: BTS Transcend Language And Cultural Barriers With 'Love Yourself: Tear'
With the intent to speak to their generation directly, the Korean group make music that would best be described as self-care
Albums of the Year: Cardi B Cemented Her Place Among Rap's Elite With 'Invasion of Privacy'
Her authentic, tenacious, and adventurous debut took over the music industry — and the world
Evans, Hemsworth, Pine, Or Pratt: Which Chris Reigned Supreme In 2018?
There can be only one Hollywood Chris at the top
Albums Of The Year: The 1975 Made Their Most Online And Most Lovable Project Yet
The band's polyglot third album blends sex and opiates with robot love songs