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Zac Brown Band
Jekyll + Hyde
Zac Brown does a Taylor Swift crossover move, blending chicken pickin' with pop, rock and even EDM. What he's singing about is all over the place, too.
Echosmith's latest ode to love sounds a lot like the kind of songs Taylor Swift sang when she was a teen.
Mumford & Sons
Marcus Mumford and Co. put away the banjos and turn up the electricity … which doesn't actually help shine much light into this brooding project.
Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea
Britney and Iggy team up on an anthem for self-absorbed girls everywhere. Maybe call it "Mean Girls" instead?
Little Big Town
Little Big Town hits controversial pay dirt with a hit song that's being widely misinterpreted. But do things get so much better when you hear it clearly?
Into the Wild Life
The third hard-rocking effort from Lizzy Hale and Co. jarringly fuses positive messages of empowerment with toxic rebellion.
Canada's latest adolescent social media-spawned singing export majors in aww-shucks teen twitterpation, but goes a whole lot further than just puppy love.
"See You Again"
Rapper Wiz Khalifa teams up with singer Charlie Puth in this emotional, chart-topping send-off for late Fast & Furious star Paul Walker.
Mat Kearney's fifth album offers a polished amalgamation of pop and rap as he gratefully ponders his past and the place he's come from.
Carrie & Lowell
Sufjan Stevens offers a raw and beautiful reflection on his estranged mother's passing and the intense influence she still exerts upon him.
Walk the Moon
"Shut Up and Dance"
Walk the Moon's first big hit is an infectious, superficial, pop-rock love letter to the 1980s. Period.
When last we heard from former JoBro Nick Jonas, he was “Jealous.” You won't be when you find out about his latest musical relationship.
To Pimp a Butterfly
Rapper Kendrick Lamar's third album propels him into the mainstream as it offers a uniquely raw exploration of racism, class warfare, celebrity excess and depression.
The second album from this Venice, Calif., electronic rock band sails right past the dock of easy classification … both musically and lyrically.
"I Want You to Know"
Selena Gomez guests on the first big Stateside hit from Russian-German EDM producer Anton Zaslavski, better known as Zedd. (Or is it Mr. Gomez?)
Of Beauty and Rage
Christian metallers RED return with a dramatic, boundary-pushing concept album about the "dichotomy of good and evil."
Mature and all grown up, that's what they say about this song. But it isn't really. It's just styled to feel that way.
"Song for My Unborn Son"
Singer-songwriter Sam Martin's touching tribute to his unborn boy is one of the most beautiful testimonies to faithful fatherhood and the sanctity of human life you're likely to hear, well, ever.
"Once again, I'm defying the convention that you can't be both" spiritual and sexual, says the Material Girl about her 13th studio album.
Carly Rae Jepsen
"I Really Like You"
Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen scored one of 2012’s biggest hits with “Call Me Maybe.” Now she’s hoping for a repeat with “I Really Like You,” a song that finds her really flirting with romantic disaster.
Piece by Piece
Whether she's evoking pop, rock, R&B or EDM stylings, Kelly Clarkson’s self-confidence-meets-spitfire-spirit remains more than evident on her seventh studio effort, Piece by Piece.
Common & John Legend
Rapper Common and R&B maestro John Legend team up to deliver a stirring, Oscar-winning tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. on the Selma soundtrack.
If You're Reading This It's Too Late
Drake offers up an unintentional case study in the idea of a God-shaped vacuum in our souls—by trying to fill it with everything but God.
"Thinking Out Loud"
"Thinking Out Loud" finds Ed Sheeran describing what "for better, for worse" might look like over a decades-long romance—as the song's accompanying video focuses on the sensual here and now.
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