Finals week is hard. We're trying to help you out.
The album offers lyrical advice for life's daily confusion.
New music for your listening pleasure.
In its fifth year, the Washington, D.C. festival offered trap bangers, smooth pop and lots of mud.
Three stories of reflection in our final episode of the year.
After a cancellation and some stormy skies, the rapper put on a show.
The local rapper tries a lot on his third studio album. Some of it works.
During a sold-out show at the Fillmore, the rock band recreated an entire album in concert form.
The folk rap group gets political on 'Noenemies,' their first release in a half-decade.
The rock group stayed true to its roots while partying at a sold-out show in Washington, D.C.
SEE announced that the rapper wouldn't be playing the show less than an hour before it began.
It's more like a mixtape than an album.
The duo isn't creating music for the masses.
Khaled is a marketing genius and he's not slowing down.
The producer's debut album — which features Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and more — takes radio-ready music in weird, wonderful directions.
In a lot of ways, the diversity of sounds works.
Featuring Timbaland, the album comments on the perils of the internet and treatment of U.S. veterans.
There's a cozy sense of camaraderie that comes with being a fuck-up in a room full of fuck-ups.