The pop star’s latest album, “Smile,” has failed to make a cultural dent. It’s time for a musical reinvention, writes Kyndall Cunningham.
Miley Cyrus sang while straddling a disco wrecking ball. Lady Gaga did alien-themed group choreography (while wearing a mask!). Nature is healing.
A remarkable run of new music from female artists have flawlessly captured the kaleidoscope of lockdown anxieties and emotions, from Lady Gaga to the Chicks and, now, Taylor Swift.
Nothing seems less important right now than how celebrities are using their social media platforms. Still, those megaphones exist. Finally, they’ve figured out how to use them.
A collection of top-to-bottom bops, the album will make you yearn for the reopening of the dance floor. But it also happens to be a shockingly profound—and timely—work of protest.
The cyberattackers who broke into a top celebrity law firm have increased their demands and dropped a new name in their campaign of intimidation: Donald Trump.
“We’re all in this together,” politicians and celebrities love to recite during the pandemic lockdown. The truth is far gnarlier, but it’s imperative we live up to the sentiment.