Jay ZXcel Energy Center, St. PaulSaturday, November 30, 2013Jay Z has more money than you can fathom, more fame than most entertainers, and sits atop a number of people's lists of greatest MCs. There's nothing he needs to accomplish at this point, and the hunger of an upcoming rapper wasn't exact ... More >>
All the music articles from this week's print edition.
A few songs to warm the cold, dead winter spirits.
20 years before Chris Cornell released Scream, he settled for being intentionally funny.
The Songs We Can't Escape
Top 10 spins this week at 101.3, KDWB
Ten Songs This Week on 101.3 FM, KDWB
The songs we can't escape
Top 10 spins this week at KDWB, 101.3 FM
Amy Winehouse, Mika, porn trailers of the '70s and '80s, and more
A look at the year's most popular slow songs, so far
Justin Timberlake might see himself as the next Michael Jackson, but is he closer to being the next Daryl Hall?
Gang Gang Dance keep the beat
I've listened to Missy Elliott's The Cookbook twice now, and I don't love it but I like it a fair amount. Certainly if she were a new artist I'd be pretty damn excited. If I were the kind of fellow who throws parties and if I were hosting such an event this Friday, I'd put the album on and feel conf ... More >>
Turning on to Digitata's blippity ballads
Ballyhooed Englishman Dizzee Rascal conquers the world one record store clerk at a time
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
An experimental hip-hop duo that's not just for horn-rimmed white boys
Will the Neptunes reinvent rock?
After dominating the U.K. club scene for more than two years, two-step garage sets its sights on the U.S. market
British sensations Basement Jaxx bring the mojo back to disco
With her sophomore outing Da Real World, Missy Elliot empowers her pocketbook--and not much else