Review: Lorde – Melodrama


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


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 →

Video Of The Day: Katy Perry featuring Skip Marley – Chained To The Rhythm

In celebration of the release of Katy Perry’s album “Witness” we feature the video for the lead single “Chained To The Rhythm”.

Naomi Wachira – Song Of Lament


Singer and songwriter Naomi Wachira has released her second studio album, titled “Song Of Lament”. The Seattle-based artist states that the album was born out of the many tragic losses we’ve witnessed globally – ranging from cases of police brutality to the refugee crisis – that made her grieve about … Continue Reading →

Dua Lipa


Dua Lipa has released her self-titled debut album featuring the smash hit “Be The One”. The long-awaited dance-pop LP from the 21-year-old Londoner with Albanian roots also includes the hit singles “Hotter Than Hell” and “Blow Your Mind”, as well as the slower “Thinking ‘Bout You” which has a different … Continue Reading →

Marnie – Strange Words And Weird Wars


British musician Marnie has released her second solo album, “Strange Words And Weird Wars”. The electropop artist from Glasgow is the lead vocalist of Ladytron since 1999 and made her solo debut in 2013 with the album “Crystal World”. Influenced by life, love, loss, politics, and 80s synthpop, Marnie has … Continue Reading →

Maysa – Love Is A Battlefield


“Love Is A Battlefield”, 13th studio album by soul and smooth jazz singer Maysa, is out now. The 50-year-old artist, a resident of Baltimore, Maryland, became the lead singer of British band Incognito in the early 90s and made her solo recording debut in 1995. For “Love Is A Battlefield” … Continue Reading →

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


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 →

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 →

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