Khalid's debut album, American Teen, explores timeless themes of love and loss. Kacie Tomita/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Khalid's Timeless Pop Anthems For American Teens

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BJ Leiderman is the composer of the theme music for Weekend Edition and other public-radio programs. Brad Nathanson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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BJ Leiderman: 'I'm The Luckiest Composer On The Planet'

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New Mix: Harry Styles, The National, Fleet Foxes And More

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Nancy And Beth On World Cafe

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Lea Michele's new album is Places. Eric Ray Davidson/Courtesy of Sony Music hide caption

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'Places,' Please: Lea Michele Turns Back To Broadway

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Magnus August Høiberg, better known as Cashmere Cat, is the producer behind hits like Kanye West's "Wolves." 9, out now, is his first solo album. Masahiro Shimazaki/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pop Hitmaker Cashmere Cat On 'Stumbling Upon Something New'

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