On her latest EP Stone Woman, the independent Toronto-based musician expands her emotional capacity with songs that pull from jazz, blues, and soul to delve into complicated layers of human relationships.
Over two albums, the young soul singer pulls inspiration from his gospel-singer mother and mentor CeeLo Green to craft evocative and honest songs about identity, ambition, and self-awareness.
The Irish rapper discusses his blackness and other questions of identity on a multilayered début album that both expands and explodes the boundaries of the hip-hop genre.
As the granddaughter of Bob Marley and the daughter of Lauryn Hill, the teenage musician is inhabiting a creative career wherever it may take her, from modeling to her avant-R&B tracks.
The young British musician follows up on her breakout single “Gold Angel” with songs that channel the female renaissance of guitar music and update her blues background for a contemporary era.
The Australian DJ, of the all-female collective Les Filles, offers up a reflective soundtrack for the year’s most complicated holiday.
On a début EP, the Swedish duo brings together a diverse family of collaborators from Carly Rae Jepsen to Charli XCX and an eclectic range of musical tastes culled from today’s hyperconnected world.
After kicking off his career with early EPs and a début album devoted to establishing his own sound, the German writer, producer, and DJ seeks to expand his aural soundscape in his latest songs.
The Nigerian-born, London-raised musician brings soul up to date with powerful songs about love and loss and all-encompassing live performances as he prepares for the release of his first album early next year.
In a vibrant set of songs premiering at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the composer discovers a new America over the course of two weeks riding Amtrak cross country in the wake of Trump’s election.