Articles by Jeanette Leech
Recognising the thin line between love and hate, the best anti-Valentine’s Day songs shoot cupid’s poison arrow back at him.
For the ‘Soul ’69’ album, Aretha Franklin recorded blues, jazz, pop and country songs, unifying them with the power of her own soulful vision.
A song whose meaning has evolved over time, Winter’s warm beauty has led Tori Amos to reflect on family life in different ways.
Beating their own path through music history, the best female drummers have proven they have as much power as the men in the game.
A landmark anthem of self-love, Juice wrapped a modern protest message in feel-good funk, capturing Lizzo’s essence in the process.
With her second album, ‘SUCKER’, Charli XCX proved her star quality and set a benchmark for modern pop music.
Ranging across heartfelt soul, prowling funk, feisty pop and more, the best Dionne Warwick songs reveal a singer that is hard to categorise.
With her ‘Everyday Is Christmas’ album, Sia set out to improve on the state of modern Christmas songs. She pulled out a cracker.
The best Janelle Monáe songs find a space where Black experience, queer expression, sci-fi pop, imagination, reality and technology intersect.
Providing catharsis for millions of listeners, Never Ever was the song that secured All Saints’ career. It remains forever timeless.
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