Review: Lenny Kravitz – Raise Vibration


Born during a decade of major upheaval with rallies against war, national tragedy, and social turmoil, Lenny Kravitz is a true “Flower Child” rebel. The son of Sy Kravitz and Roxie Roker, the television executive and beloved 70s sitcom star, the life of a rocker was destined for their only … Continue Reading →

Kandace Springs – Indigo


Kandace Springs has released her sophomore studio album, titled “Indigo”. From gorgeous jazz ballads to smoldering soul tracks, classical composition to pop songcraft, the genre-crossing LP of originals and choice covers showcases the full breadth of her artistry. “It’s a mix of everything that I am”, Kandace Springs says about … Continue Reading →

Lauren Daigle – Look Up Child


Lauren Daigle releases her second studio album, entitled “Look Up Child”. The 26-year-old contemporary Christian singer and songwriter won six Dove Awards and two Billboard Music Awards with her platinum-selling debut album, 2015’s “How Can It Be”. Lauren Daigle’s new album features the uplifting lead single “You Say”, her first … Continue Reading →

Review: Passenger – Runaway


A tireless singer, songwriter, and nonstop traveler, Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, is back with his tenth studio album in eleven years. The son of an American father and an English mother draws heavily from his American roots for “Runaway”, an influence that is impossible not to hear. “I am half-American. … Continue Reading →

Honne – Love Me / Love Me Not


“Love Me / Love Me Not”, the sophomore studio album by British duo Honne, has been released. Honne quickly became a fan favorite, selling out shows in the UK and performing at festivals across Europe, even before the release of their debut album, “Warm On A Cold Night”, which opened … Continue Reading →

Blood Orange – Negro Swan


Blood Orange has released his new studio album, entitled “Negro Swan”. Since going solo and relocating to NYC, the London-born singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist has published two records under the name Lightspeed Champion and four more as Blood Orange. His new album picks up where he left off … Continue Reading →

Treetop Flyers


London-based folk rock band Treetop Flyers releases their self-titled third album today. In 2013, the band published their amazing full-length debut, “The Mountain Moves”, followed by another critically acclaimed album in 2016. With new band members and newfound confidence, the Treetop Flyers deliver their beautiful new record with soulful vibes … Continue Reading →

Ariana Grande – Sweetener


Ariana Grande releases her fourth studio album, entitled “Sweetener”. All three of her previous LPs are platinum-certified and the latest release by the newly engaged artist is set to be just as successful. The lead single, “No Tears Left To Cry”, peaked at #3 on the US charts. The song … Continue Reading →

Review: Nicki Minaj – Queen


Who is the Queen of Rap? Since 2007, Nicki Minaj consistently works to prove herself in the rap game. The native of Trinidad and Tobago, who was raised in Queens, New York, introduced herself to the world with her mixtapes before she signed with Lil Wayne’s record label and had … Continue Reading →

Meg Myers – Take Me To The Disco


Meg Myers has released her second studio album, entitled “Take Me To The Disco”. This is the follow-up to “Sorry”, 2015’s full-length debut by the Nashville-born artist who lives in Los Angeles. Despite the title, “Take Me To The Disco” is a dark pop rock album from Meg Myers. For … Continue Reading →

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