Review: Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow

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As scores of American citizens rally in the streets, protesting injustice and racial discrimination across the country, Wu-Tang Clan releases their reunion album titled A Better Tomorrow. With more than two decades since their debut, and deemed hip-hop’s greatest group of all time, RZA managed to get all nine original … Continue Reading →

Mary J. Blige: The Queen of Breaking Boundaries

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“I was never expected to do more, jump further, go the extra mile. But breaking boundaries happened for me the minute I left Yonkers… And I won’t stop as long as I live.” These words from The London Sessions documentary mark the journey of Mary J. Blige, the Queen of … Continue Reading →

Review: David Guetta – Listen

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Electronic dance music guru David Guetta is an icon to millions of people. One of the greatest DJs out of France, he rocks the four corners of the world, from London to Ibiza, and Dubai to Miami. He’s so in demand that he has actually performed in three countries in … Continue Reading →

Review: Faith Evans – Incomparable

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In 1994 Faith Evans signed with Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment and the platinum recording artist has been known as a powerhouse diva ever since. As one of the executive producers of the TV show R&B Divas she has branched out with her input into several successful creative projects. Now … Continue Reading →

Review: Taylor Swift – 1989

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Taylor Swift is back with the release of 1989, the fifth studio album of the pop superstar. Like her earlier albums, the songs are autobiographical, taken from the pages of her very personal journal. The album includes producers Max Martin and Shellback, and draws its creative influence from the music … Continue Reading →

Review: Goapele – Strong As Glass

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Rolling Stone once called her the “spiritual love child of Sade and D’Angelo”. Since her debut in 2001, Goapele has had the same consistency of high quality music that is also synonymous with other artists from Oakland, like Tony! Toni! Tone! and En Vogue. A great representation of identifiable music, … Continue Reading →

Review: Jessie Ware – Tough Love

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After two years, songstress Jessie Ware is back with her sophomore record Tough Love, following her 2012 debut, Devotion. True to the voice she’s cultivated as a solo artist, she’s talking about the different aspects of love. On this new record she is celebrating being more confident as a songwriter. … Continue Reading →

Review: The Game – Blood Moon: Year Of The Wolf

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Compton-based rapper The Game does what he does best in his newest release: trap-flavored, new-school manifestos to gangster life and status. The artist’s sixth studio album, the first since Jesus Piece of 2012, is also the first on his self-made record label Blood Money Records. I went into this album … Continue Reading →

Review: You+Me – Rose Ave.

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Friends for many years, platinum recording artist Pink thought that maybe one day Dallas Green would be interested in collaborating with her. Considering his voice most angelic, she invited him to jam with her, renting a studio just in case inspiration hit. Coming into the situation, Dallas had never written … Continue Reading →

Review: Prince – Art Official Age

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What exactly does one expect of music royalty when he drops his 33rd studio album? When that royalty is Prince Rogers Nelson, whose career has spanned thirty-eight years, anticipation exceeds expectation for the legend. In the four years since his last album, 20Ten, Prince has acquired an alternate band to … Continue Reading →

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