The dream-team combination of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell weighed in with the final Hot 100 chart-topper of 2004.
On his debut album, ‘Stoney,’ Post Malone forged his own identity, refusing to conform his vision of music in order to fit labels or definitions.
A coming-of-age tale set to thumping bass and wheezing synths, ‘Kaleidoscope’ saw Kelis set the standard for a new era of experimental R&B.
With ‘Love Angel Music Baby,’ Gwen Stefani eschewed the usual confessional singer-songwriter solo statement and doubled down on unabashed pop.
Featuring U2, Elton John, Billie Eilish and more, the star-studded soundtrack album is out on December 17.
With a knack for reinvention that has made him one of the longest-lasting rappers of all time, the best Snoop Dogg songs show that his art has no bounds.
A lost album of the 00s, Kelis’ Neptunes-produced ‘Wanderland’ foretold the fusion of pop and hip-hop.
From her decades-long alt.rock dominance with No Doubt to boundary-pushing solo work, the best Gwen Stefani songs reveal an artist who refuses to settle.
The best Katy Perry collaborations reveal an artist willing to push herself in new directions, experimenting with her formula to create something new.
The project will be released on July 16.
Armed with one of the most powerful voices in pop, Ariana Grande went from child star to cultural icon in no time. The best Ariana Grande songs reveal why.
Now in their 25th year, the Webbys celebrate creative work on the Internet.
The song appears on the Memphis rapper’s latest album ‘A Gangsta’s Pain’ out April 23.
From his pioneering work with The Neptunes to N*E*R*D and solo albums, Pharrell Williams has become music’s top producer, pushing the envelope of pop.
Poetic and provocative, Common rose from underground hip-hop to become the music’s fiercest custodian. The best Common songs reveal how.