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

18 Couples We Loved And Lost In 2018

R.I.P. love

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

Albums of the Year: After Finding Himself, Amen Dunes Finally Found 'Freedom'

Damon McMahon's fifth LP as Amen Dunes is an intimate examination of masculinity and personal identity