This Britpop group dug deep (and went darker) for this 1998 project.
Cameron Crowe’s “Singles” made searching for love in Seattle’s “grunge” days heartwarming and hip.
This “self-styled gangsta Nancy Sinatra,” made famous on YouTube, keeps proving her initial success was no fluke.
From his debut “The College Dropout” to “Yeezus,” Kanye West repeatedly changed the direction of popular music.
This 1976 album connects Bowie’s plastic-soul era to the Berlin trilogy that would follow.