Who doesn’t have a big, red, glowing soft spot for the best Christmas pop songs? Here’s a run down of...
Ariana Grande continues her hit parade, snagging her first ever No.1 solo hit on the Billboard 100 with her new breakup anthem, ‘Thank U, Next’.
There will be no better pop album in 2017 than Taylor Swift’s bold and confrontational Reputation: yet another peak in a career that just keeps rising.
The song marks the singer's triumphant return after a four year break from the spotlight.
Girl groups go all the way back to the birth of pop, and their long and honourable dedication to delighting the ears deserves far more recognition than it gets.
It wasn’t easy for musicians to be openly feminist – or, indeed, to be openly women. But right from the start, they’ve been there...
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video continues the theme of showing Grande as a divine being, gliding through the chaos of daily life.
With characteristic ambition, Lady Gaga launched ‘ARTPOP’ into the world, declaring that her most complex work yet “could mean anything”.
Camila Cabelo also won several awards and there were standout performances by Bebe Rexha, Spanish star Rosalía and host Hailee Steinfeld.
Containing new songs, re-recordings and dizzying beautiful singing, ‘Woman To Woman’ finds three beloved singer-songwriters working in complete harmony.
‘Thank U, Next’ is described as an “empowering” tune that name checks Grande's exes, including late boyfriend Mac Miller.
With infectious attitude, bags of drive and a handful of classic singles, Spice Girls’ message of empowerment rang out across the world.
Buzzing along at a tight pace, ‘Red Pill Blues’ found Maroon 5 at their most playful and experimental, powering into another hits-filled decade.