Chastity Brown – Silhouette Of Sirens


Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chastity Brown has released her sixth studio album, entitled “Silhouette Of Sirens”. The Minneapolis-based musician with the smoky voice skillfully blends folk, rock, and soul to deliver a brilliant album. Lyrically and musically at her best, it seems that Chastity Brown has honed her craft through experiences … Continue Reading →

Little Steven – Soulfire


Legendary rock musician and actor Little Steven releases his new album “Soulfire”. Little Steven, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, has been playing in bands since his teenage years in the mid-1960s and made his solo … Continue Reading →

KRS-One – The World Is Mind


Rap veteran KRS-One returns with a new album, titled “The World Is Mind”. Born in 1965, the hip-hop pioneer from The Bronx rose to prominence in the 1980s with his group Boogie Down Productions. “The World Is Mind”, 13th solo record by KRS-One, brings back the boom bap sound with … Continue Reading →

Video Of The Day: Earl – Tongue Tied

“Tongue Tied” is the lead single from Earl’s upcoming album of the same name.

LP – Lost On You


“Lost On You”, the fourth studio album by recording artist LP, is out now. As a songwriter, LP has written for the Backstreet Boys, Rihanna, Christina Aguilera, Rita Ora, Leona Lewis, and Cher, among others. LP wrote “Lost On You” to overcome the painful breakup with her former girlfriend, creating … Continue Reading →

Review: Willie Nelson – God’s Problem Child


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


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 →

Song Of The Day: J.Period featuring Black Thought, Posdnuos, Pharoahe Monch, & Joss Stone – Rise Up

“Rise Up”, new single by J.Period, brings together an historic line-up of artists: emcees Black Thought of The Roots, Posdnuos of De La Soul, and Pharoahe Monch, as well as soul singer Joss Stone.

Lea Michele – Places


Lea Michele is set to release her second studio album, entitled “Places”. The 30-year-old actress, singer, and author from New York describes the sound of this record as more theatrical than her debut album “Louder”. The new album features the powerful lead single “Love Is Alive” produced by Xandy Barry … Continue Reading →

Celebrating Pop Magazine on its 3rd Anniversary


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 →

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