The singer, rapper and songwriter’s peppy empowerment songs have made her an outlier in a field dominated by melancholic music.
“Special,” her second major-label album, gestures toward complexities that would broaden her image as the queen of the mirror pep talk, but retreats to her comfort zone.
The Baptists’ sexual abuse crisis shows — again — that churches aren’t exempt from the rot around them.
The host and musical guest was Lizzo, probably the first “Saturday Night Live” guest to get audiences cheering for a flute solo.
The singer wanted a new kind of backup dancer. Along the way, she ended up making a new kind of TV show.
The Grammy-winning singer releases her newest venture: shapewear.
Sixty-six tracks that tell the story of the year: a posthumous political statement, a hyperpop star finding his footing, an emerging force’s debut smash and a superstar’s 10-minute redo.
Hear tracks by Lizzo featuring Cardi B, Machine Gun Kelly, Brandee Younger and others.
Lady Gaga, the Rolling Stones, Billie Eilish and more took over the major networks for a Global Citizen event celebrating essential workers and supporting the World Health Organization.