From the classroom to the stage, the bandmates tell us how they survived graduating from high school, and facing the realities of growing up.
The American alternative-soul group’s latest album drop is a smooth mix of funk-inspired beats.
Bae Soo-jeong walked away from one of Korea’s biggest record labels – and she doesn’t regret it for a second.
1. They originally debuted with 12 members, and now have 8. 2. IU 3. There was originally supposed to be 17, but they debuted with 13. 4. SM Entertainment 5. Wonder Girls
The boy group formed from survival music show Produce 101 is silencing critics with their continued success.
The pop star's honesty has helped other people face their own demons.
The singer has openly discussed her issues with substance abuse.
Forget that pop music stuff; after winning a music competition in China, Hong Kong’s biggest thrash rock band is ready to go global.
Teenage heart-throbs The Vamps conquered the world last year with their third album Night and Day. They’ve now returned with a sequel – Night & Day (Day Edition) – which packs in 18 tracks of winding pop melodies that are, frankly, exhausting to listen to.
The eighth release from American art-rock group Dirty Projectors, Lamp Lit Prose, mixes incredible guitar interplay, with unpredictable and erratic songwriting. But it works.
The four-piece tell us though there aren’t as many music venues in the city, they still remain optimistic about the future of heavy metal.