Jason Lamphier

Jason Lamphier is an editor at Entertainment Weekly who covers news and music. Before joining EW, he was an editor at The New York Observer, Out, and Interview.
From Radiohead's new side project to FKA twigs' globe-spanning stab at party pop, here are our favorite releases of the past six months.
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From 'Elvis''s "Hound Dog" mash-up with Doja Cat to the Harry and Shania duet that shook Coachella.
With her spellbinding album 'Asha's Awakening,' the bisexual Indian-American pop singer reaches new heights — and steps just a little closer toward enlightenment.
The British icon's music literally saved Max's life in season 4. Here's why you need to hear more of it.
'I did something I thought was funny, and it wasn't taken that way.'
Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, Katy Perry, and Silk Sonic round out the list of this year's most anticipated Sin City shows.
Come for the midriffs, stay for the Sondheim.
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The singer and 'Late Show' bandleader's 'We Are' beat out releases from Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift, and Kanye West to take the top prize of the evening.
Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt, and 'West Side Story' actress Rachel Zegler performed a moving medley of the late Grammy-winning composer's classics for this year's In Memoriam tribute.
Come for the midriffs, stay for the Sondheim.
The singer and 'Late Show' bandleader's 'We Are' beat out releases from Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift, and Kanye West to take the top prize of the evening.
Cynthia Erivo, Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt, and 'West Side Story' actress Rachel Zegler performed a moving medley of the late Grammy-winning composer's classics for this year's In Memoriam tribute.
Who will win? Who should win? Plus: an interview with Jon Batiste, who leads this year's pack with 11 nominations.
In the unprecedented, unforgettable performance, Mary J. Blige dazzled, Eminem took a knee, and Dr. Dre reminded us how he forever changed the game.
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Wet Leg, Caroline, Angela Hunte (and more!) are primed for a big year.
The LAFCA unveiled its best films and performances of the year as awards season marches on.
Featuring Silk Sonic, Megan Thee Stallion, Billie Eilish, and more.
Featuring Adele, Maxo Kream, Snail Mail, and more.
The singer — who wrote, directed, and starred in the project — called us up again just to break us like a promise.
The indie-rock darling behind one of this year's best records shares the soundtrack of her life.
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Our love affair with Lady Gaga's music has been anything but a bad romance. And with the recent release of Lady Gaga's third remix album, Dawn of Chromatica, the EW team tackled one of the most heated debates amongst the staff: Which song is the best from every Lady Gaga album? Because it's all covers, we've excluded Cheek to Cheek, but we chose to include the A Star Is Born soundtrack, given Gaga's instrumental role in writing and recording it. Everyone has a million reasons behind their favorites, but in the end, only the following seven songs could be the queen of the Monster ball.