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Hayley Williams – ‘Simmer’ track review: solo debut from Paramore singer is a dark, twisted pop curveball

The first taste of the Petals For Armor project brilliantly resets the singer’s parameters

BTS’ new single ‘Black Swan’ is a haunting, melancholy curveball

The second taste of 'Map Of The Soul: 7' puts artistry ahead of mass appeal

The 1975 return to their roots on the devastatingly sincere ‘Me and You Together Song’ 

The band's latest is a return to their shimmering early material

Megan Thee Stallion & Normani’s ‘Diamonds’ is a cocky boost of self-esteem

What do you get when you mix the raunchy Megan Thee Stallion with the innocence of Normani? The answer is ‘Diamonds’: the exuberant female...

Future and Drake leave us wanting more after reuniting on the celebratory ‘Life Is Good’

The 'What a Time to Be Alive' pair are starting the new decade off right by resuming their fruitful partnership

BTS’ ‘Interlude: Shadow’ is a fiery emo-rap sermon on the side effects of success

Suga takes the limelight on the Korean group's return

Justin Bieber’s comeback song ‘Yummy’ isn’t delicious, but his “R&Bieber” isn’t a total turn-off

The song — Bieber's first solo single in three years — is the first taste of his forthcoming new album

The Weeknd is still in his feelings on swaggering new singles ‘Heartless’ and ‘Blinding Lights’

Abel Tesfaye is back with a bang: two new album previews have laid down the gauntlet ahead of his expected domination of the new year

Maggie Rogers saddles up and goes all country on the polished and poetic ‘Love You For A Long Time’

The musician shows why she deserves that Grammy nomination on the brand new track