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Grande performs during the 2024 Met Gala on May 6, 2024, in New York City. Kevin Mazur/MG24 via Getty Images

The science behind Ariana Grande’s vocal metamorphosis

Grande left her fans confused and concerned when her voice drastically changed during a podcast episode. But there was a method to the singer’s modulation.
Jay Park, right, of K-pop band Enhypen, who was born in Seattle, prepares to throw ceremonial first pitches with bandmates before a Seattle Mariners game, April 29, 2024, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Lindsey Wasson)

Global auditions are changing the ‘K’ in K-pop

New K-pop groups comprised entirely of North Americans, Korea’s ‘K-culture training visa’ to attract international participation and K-pop auditions in Canada are all signs of a K-pop evolution.
Listening to music from a device creates a protective bubble that can counteract a lack of personal space at school or home. Pierre Michel Jean/AFP via Getty Images

How AI is shaping the music listening habits of Gen Z

In the past, adolescents’ musical palettes were dominated by the Top-40 artists, creating a widely shared – if perhaps narrow – repertoire of musical knowledge.
Wax figures of the Beatles in Madame Tussauds Berlin represent the pop stars in their youth — the two surviving members, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, are in their 80s. (Shutterstock)

The ghosts of the past: Pop music is haunted by our anxieties about the future

Artificial intelligence helped produce the Beatles’ 2023 hit “Now and Then.” But despite the sophisticated technology, the song reveals our obsession with the past and our anxieties about the future.

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