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Lil Uzi Vert's melodic approach borrows from pop-punk and R&B as well as the digitally decaying style popularized by Lil Wayne in the late 2000s

Of all the participants here, only the actor Chris O’Dowd appears to understand the horror on the horizon

After moving to France in the 1980s, he helped start the band Loketo, working alongside the renowned guitarist Diblo Dibala

What is the role of criticism in a crisis? Hear the Popcast.

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Emerging from a spectacular concert — which might be as subtle as a jazz set or as walloping as a D.J. set — there’s a shared buzz in the audience, an ecstatic memory

Grimes: "Some of the first great art that we see is, like, the personification of painful or beautiful abstract concepts as gods. Maybe that helps people cope better. Maybe that helps society come together better."

Pharrell & Clipse The “Atlantics” soundtrack Junie Morrison Helado Negro Gene Ammons

His melodic banjo work on a 1973 hit single (heard in the movie “Deliverance”) helped usher bluegrass music into the cultural mainstream

Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic,” Tina Turner’s “Private Dancer” and Cheap Trick’s live album “Cheap Trick at Budokan” joined the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry

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BTS takes a different approach to K-pop on its new EP: ease

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BTS's shimmering “Boy With Luv” features Halsey — but more importantly, it features Halsey singing in Korean, exactly the sort of bilingual exchange that’s all too rare

Two train operators, one on each side of the train, were in charge of transporting Jimmy Fallon and BTS back and forth along a track from a Bowery platform to a Canal Street platform

BTS is funding a new series of global arts projects, featuring 22 artists including Antony Gormley

BTS expands its footprint, and 11 more new songs: Hear the Playlist

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"Scorpion" CDs are selling at an FYE store in Queens. But BTS has been “huge, way bigger than Drake.”

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