The pop star’s latest album, “Smile,” has failed to make a cultural dent. It’s time for a musical reinvention, writes Kyndall Cunningham.
In this bonus episode of The New Abnormal, Billy Eichner talks about his sympathy for Taylor Swift, why he doesn’t give a shit about his haters and how much Lindsey Graham sucks.
There’s been a startling lack of mischievous, dissenting voices when it comes to Beyoncé’s visual album “Black Is King.” Cassie da Costa finds that troubling.
Fans tweeted a Pitchfork editor’s address and phone numbers—and even photos of her and her home—all over a review some zealous Swifties decided was not positive enough.
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.
The pop star’s eighth studio album, produced entirely in quarantine, is an unexpected departure to a moodier, more reflective—and gorgeous—new sound.
“When you fight to honor racists, you show black Tennesseans and all of their allies where you stand,” Swift said. “You can’t change history, but you can change this.”