Review: Tay-Tay does a classy job of debuting Lover material at a (sort of) intimate gig.
With her second surprise release of the year, the singer-songwriter has come to fix, well, whatever she can.
Springsteen, Bon Iver and Justin Timberlake are among those who’ve escaped to the wilderness to grow a beard and wrestle with their soul. Swift’s surprise album captures a romanticised rural feeling without peddling a solitary genius narrative.
Review: The superstar’s seventh LP is a shimmering ode to long-term romance.
Featuring glacial dark pop, Drogheda drill and club-rap from the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack.
Drake earns his UK drill credentials, Dua Lipa joins forces with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, and Dean Blunt reprises Babyfather.
In a novel new case, a man was arrested after discerning his idol’s location by zooming into high-res photos of her eyes. But is this the new normal?
Following Adele’s request, the streaming giant has hidden the shuffle button. Here, THE FACE’s editors pick out LPs with genius song sequencing.
With performances from Arlo Parks, Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo, it even had a (currently bleary–eyed) TJ Sidhu forgiving the one-too-many video performances...
The progenitor of Perry’s burger outfit dishes on the three P’s: party rules, pop culture and (Katy) Perry.
He was the hottest skatewear designer in Lagos. Now he’s the hottest artist in London, with a following of thousands who will literally fight each other to own one of his paintings. But is Olaolu Slawn just taking the piss? (A little bit, but we’re into it.)
Protests have taken place all over the world in the days since George Floyd, a black man, died in police custody. As thousands take to the streets to express their anger over racism and police violence, photographer Adam Powell captures the scenes in New York.
A new cohort of stars are hitting the dance rehearsals to deliver stealthy performances and music videos, continuing the legacies of Y2K award show greats like Britney Spears and Janet Jackson. Normani, we salute you.
Bella Poarch is already a survivor, and a Navy veteran, at just 24. Now the tiny but tough TikTok star is ready to step off the app and head, eyes narrowed, for pop stardom, plushie alpaca in tow.
A 20-year-old star of the social media age, Beabadoobee is part of the first generation to have near-instant access to endless socio-cultural archives, using them to create a look that is as much Smashing Pumpkins as it is Lizzie McGuire. She is yesterday, today and, probably, tomorrow. She is MEGA.
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