Review: TLC

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As a fan, I’m not sure I really needed a fifth and final TLC album. Thinking back over the legacy of their career, from their debut, Ooooooohhh… On The TLC Tip, to their pinnacle with “Waterfalls”, T-Boz, Left Eye, and Chilli were already firmly etched in my mind as one … Continue Reading →

Review: Lorde – Melodrama

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The sophomore record for any artist is riddled with the anxiety of having to top the debut record, in proving one’s worth to be a continuing card-carrying member of the priority artist club, where big budgets and marketing campaigns flow in a guaranteed return on investment, because after all, it’s … Continue Reading →

Review: London Grammar – Truth Is A Beautiful Thing

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If three really is the magic number then recording artists better run for cover as trio London Grammar work their British voodoo on new album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing. Pulled from the hat following 2013’s acclaimed debut LP If You Wait, their new release flirts with evolution more than … Continue Reading →

Review: Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G. – The King & I

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Days before the untimely demise of Biggie Smalls, being gunned down in Cali, he sat down with Rap City host, Joe Clair, to give what would become his final televised interview to promote his second album, Life After Death. That was twenty years ago, yet the wounds of his unsolved … Continue Reading →

Review: Willie Nelson – God’s Problem Child

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Weather-worn Willie Nelson offers his wrinkled soul to the heavens with his first album of new songs in three years – God’s Problem Child. Aged 83 (this album was released a day before his 84th birthday) the Sheriff of Country has reached a spiritual upland and nearly every song on … Continue Reading →

Review: Mary J. Blige – Strength Of A Woman

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If the song “Sorry” from Beyonce’s Lemonade album represented a complete genre, and “Middle fingers up… Tell him boy, bye, boy, bye!” was a whole album within the genre, Mary J. Blige has just come with the fire! By now, anyone who has even loosely followed Mary’s career can run … Continue Reading →

Celebrating Pop Magazine on its 3rd Anniversary

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It’s been three amazing years since we launched Pop Magazine and created a new source of information for music fans around the globe. Over the past three years we have covered all the different genres of popular music, featuring a broad spectrum of artists: international superstars, established talents aside from … Continue Reading →

Climbing PoeTree’s Creative Force Serves a True Purpose

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In a time that feels like ongoing trauma with insurmountable obstacles throughout the world, the sistas of Climbing PoeTree have become a source of strength within those fighting the good fight. With their moral compass securely centered, they are certain that they are a part of something bigger than themselves, … Continue Reading →

Review: Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

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Here’s the lowdown: if you have (and love) Father John Misty’s previous couple of albums, go ahead and buy this one too. It is good. Not quite as enjoyable as his previous ones, but good nonetheless. If, on the other hand, you’re not familiar with any Father John Misty and … Continue Reading →

Review: Leela James – Did It For Love

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Everybody doesn’t have to be the same type of artist to be successful. This is Leela James’ philosophy on the music industry she still finds challenging to navigate after over ten years in the business. Regardless, this month she releases her sixth studio album, Did It For Love, a follow-up … Continue Reading →

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