With a fresh set of songs – and a storming, career-defining single – Maroon 5 reached for glory with their...
Containing new songs, re-recordings and dizzying beautiful singing, ‘Woman To Woman’ finds three beloved singer-songwriters working in complete harmony.
On the bold ‘Witness’, today’s more experimental Katy Perry abandoned the charm offensive that made her name and turned to more “purposeful pop”.
Based around the concept of letting out her feelings, ‘Speak Now’ found Taylor Swift writing arguably her most personal songs to date.
The Irish pop superstars' new album, 'Spectrum' is set for release on 15 November.
Post Malone leads the list with seven nods, with Ariana Grande and first-time nominee Billie Eilish following with six each.
Taylor Swift’s debut album revealed a prodigious talent who could write hits, proving she wasn’t “just another girl singer recording other people’s songs”.
After making her triumphant return with the ballad, ‘Lose You To Love Me’, Selena Gomez surprised fans with the follow-up, the infectious ‘Look At Her Now’.
Selena Gomez makes her highly-anticipated return with a new single about self-love, ‘Lose You To Love Me’ and an accompanying new video.
A transitional album that moved closer to pop than ever before, ‘Red’ nevertheless saw Taylor Swift retain her unique confessional intimacy with her fans.
From the advent of MP3s to the births of Napster, iTunes and the streaming revolution, the shift to digital music forever changed the way we experience music.
With ‘Joanne’, Lady Gaga consolidated everything that the past decade had brought her, ensuring we knew that plenty more was to come.
The set was the first holiday album by the artist, who had soared to global fame with her albums 'Pieces Of You' in 1995.
Selena Gomez has revealed the cover for her highly-anticipated comeback single, ‘Lose You To Love Me’, out on 23 October.
First released on 31 March 2017, the song quickly amassed close to 28 million plays on Spotify worldwide.
A lighter, more life-affirming album than the one she intended to write, ‘Prism’ found Katy Perry making bold moves in new directions.