After Hours boasts an innovative sound, but it remains the same story fueled by explicit depictions of sex and failed love.
Dua Lipa’s second effort delivers mixed messages when it comes to emotional independence and physical intimacy.
While the TV landscape has been getting drenched in blood and its inhabitants consumed by lust, this gentle Canadian drama takes us all back to the family ranch, both literally and figuratively.
Ed Sheeran’s collaboration with many popular rappers pushes his sixth album in more problematic directions.
Bon Iver once again wrestles—albeit ambiguously—with questions of belief and doubt.
Chris Brown insists Indigo is about “energy, love, light and happiness.” But it’s also about sex, profanity and materialism.
Lil Nas X’s debut EP blends and blurs musical genres … as well positive and problematic messages.
Like its predecessors in this formulaic genre, Wild Rose tells a story in which redemption and self-destruction intertwine.
Madonna’s latest careens between yearning for change and embracing naughty behavior as only the Material Girl can do.