Review: The Roots – …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin

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Disclaimer: If you’re not interested in a lesson in elaborate soundscapes or composition arrangement aesthetics as it relates to sound theory art form, then this is NOT your album. So, what does that even mean? …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, eleventh studio album by The Roots, is dense with … Continue Reading →

The Roots: more than a Quarter Century in the Game

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The past quarter of a century has seen The Roots truly evolve within the sphere of American popular music, positioning the group as one of many foundational cornerstones. By now, they are truly ubiquitous as a band, having produced more than fifteen records, EPs and collaborative albums with artists from … Continue Reading →

Review: Michael Jackson – Xscape

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This month marks the release of the second posthumous album of Michael Jackson, Xscape, a record showcasing eight songs written for him between 1983 and 2001. Featuring modern production and new instrumentation, Xscape, executive produced by industry veteran Antonio ‘LA’ Reid and super producer Timbaland, goes great lengths to contemporize … Continue Reading →

Review: Santana – Corazón

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Legendary virtuoso Carlos Santana has released his next major album, Corazón, a fifteen track joint labor of love featuring collaborations with some of the biggest Latin music icons in the world. Almost 15 years ago, Santana’s Supernatural went super platinum and won nine Grammys, including Album of the Year. In … Continue Reading →

Review: Rea Garvey – Pride

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Rea Garvey’s second solo album Pride will not only conquer your heart by storm but also take you onto an adventurous roller coaster ride through an overflow of emotions and magical Irish scenery. In the blink of an eye you will find yourself strolling cheerfully through the alleys of Dublin, … Continue Reading →

Carlos Santana’s Longevity and Love

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The Grammy Award-winning guitar guru Carlos Santana is set to release his next major album, Corazón, on May 6th, a record that will be his first bona fide love letter specifically to his Latin roots. Considered one of the world’s best-known musical signatures, Santana began delivering his form of musical … Continue Reading →

Review: Blitz The Ambassador – Afropolitan Dreams

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With the release of his third studio album, Afropolitan Dreams, Blitz The Ambassador formally launches brand ‘Afropolitan’ in a symbolic way. Like any great trademark, brand Afropolitan is built to embody identity, untold immigrant narratives, catalogues of global artistic, social and political experiences, ranges of emotions, new paradigms in the … Continue Reading →

Chale! Blitz The Ambassador conjures up AFROPOLITAN DREAMS

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As an artist, Blitz The Ambassador has mastered the form of mashup, taking the African music realm and fusing it with all things hip-hop, funk, rock and soul. While musical genres like High Life and Afrobeat are immediately present in his music, listening deeply reveals a definitive diasporic musical melange. … Continue Reading →

Pop Magazine is ready to go…

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Hello and welcome to Pop Magazine, the magazine of pop music and culture! The website was launched today and we will add content gradually starting next week. This website is all about popular music, your favorite stars and new artists to discover. We cover all the hot genres like pop, … Continue Reading →

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