Video Of The Day: Wyclef Jean – Turn Me Good

Wyclef Jean is back with new album “Carnival 3” and music video “Turn Me Good”.

Song Of The Day: Eric Roberson – Love Her

With tomorrow’s release of the final EP, Eric Roberson completes his “Earth”, “Wind”, and “Fire” EP trilogy. The song “Love Her” is a cut off the second EP.

Video Of The Day: Toni Braxton – Deadwood

Soul singer Toni Braxton returns with new song “Deadwood”, lead single off her upcoming studio album “Sex & Cigarettes”.

Review: Pink – Beautiful Trauma

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Going for a pimped-up-spacesuit look, Pink snatches the microphone and mauls her way through new album, Beautiful Trauma. Effortlessly caustic and feral, the “toughest gal in pop” sounds like she hasn’t eaten in a month, and savages the 13 tracks. Pink doesn’t sing. She sacrifices. And given the five-year hiatus … Continue Reading →

Rationale

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Zimbabwe-born and London-based artist Rationale has released his self-titled album. Since penning songs for Rag’n’Bone Man and relaunching his own career with praise from Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake, and Elton John, the 33-year-old singer-songwriter is in demand, seven years after his singing career faltered when his debut album, published under … Continue Reading →

Lara Fabian – Camouflage

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“Camouflage”, 13th studio album by Canadian-Belgian singer and songwriter Lara Fabian, is out now. While the majority of her records are in French, “Camouflage” is the fourth English album by Fabian, who is the best-selling female recording artist from Belgium. The twelve tracks on “Camouflage”, including singles “Growing Wings” and … Continue Reading →

Keyon Harrold – The Mugician

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Acclaimed trumpeter Keyon Harrold has released his second album, “The Mugician”. Born and raised in Ferguson, Missouri, the NYC-based jazz and crossover musician has recorded for and toured with artists like Jay-Z, Beyonce, 50 Cent, Eminem, Common, Mary J. Blige, John Legend, Maxwell, Joss Stone, and Gregory Porter, plus he … Continue Reading →

Miley Cyrus – Younger Now

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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

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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

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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 →

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