Miley Cyrus – Younger Now


Pop star Miley Cyrus has released her new studio album, entitled “Younger Now”. Miley’s provocative music and image have changed significantly since her controversial Bangerz world tour in 2014. The explicit lyrics and raunchy visuals are gone, the music is softer, and instead of collaborating with hip-hop artists, “Younger Now” … Continue Reading →

Review: Lecrae – All Things Work Together


Don’t call Lecrae a Christian rapper. He wants you to let his music breathe. He wants it to go as far and as wide as it can go without being boxed in as “Gospel rap”. Let it touch whomever it will touch, however it moves them. Though he is known … Continue Reading →

Review: Macklemore – Gemini


A year before he would meet longtime collaborator Ryan Lewis, Macklemore released his first solo album, The Language Of My World, while building a name for himself around Seattle. He and Lewis would go on to become the four-time Grammy Award winning hip-hop duo, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, known for … Continue Reading →

Fergie – Double Dutchess


Fergie has published her second solo studio album, titled “Double Dutchess”. After two highly successful LPs with hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas which sold over 18 million copies worldwide, Fergie released her first solo album “The Dutchess” in 2006, spawning a number of hit singles, including three #1s on … Continue Reading →

Ledisi – Let Love Rule


Ledisi releases her seventh studio album, entitled “Let Love Rule”. The soul singer and songwriter from New Orleans had her most successful release in 2011 with the critically acclaimed “Pieces Of Me”, a top ten album on the Billboard charts, and during the Obama administration she was invited several times … Continue Reading →

Review: Wyclef Jean – Carnival 3: The Fall And Rise Of A Refugee


It’s difficult not to compare all of Wyclef Jean’s solo albums to his ‘97 debut The Carnival. I remember when it hit the streets midsummer following the Fugees’ last studio album, but for me The Carnival really represents the end of the Fugees era, more than 1996’s The Score. I … Continue Reading →

Foo Fighters – Concrete And Gold


Hard rock band Foo Fighters has released their ninth studio album, entitled “Concrete And Gold”. Since Dave Grohl wrote and recorded the Foo Fighters’ debut almost all by himself as a way of coping with Kurt Cobain’s death in 1994, the band went on to win eleven Grammy Awards, including … Continue Reading →

Lizz Wright – Grace


“Grace”, sixth studio album by jazz and gospel singer Lizz Wright, is released today. Wright, who was born 37 years ago in a small town in the US state of Georgia, recently made a road trip through the southern state, reconnecting with people and places to gain inspiration for her … Continue Reading →

The Script – Freedom Child


Irish pop rock band The Script has released their fifth studio album, entitled “Freedom Child”. The trio formed in 2001 in Dublin and is based in London since recording their debut album which was released in 2008. All four of The Script’s previous LPs have topped the charts in Ireland, … Continue Reading →

Kim Tibbs: A Woman of Faith and Musical Manifestations


Songwriter Kim Tibbs is a woman of faith and manifestation. Therefore the imminent and anticipated success of her newly released debut album, Kim, which she calls a “solid soul punch of 12 songs”, will be anything but shocking for the talented vocalist. Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, as a professional musician … Continue Reading →

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