Justin Bieber

2012 Throwback Gallery: iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Edition

iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2012 Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bridgit Mendler Cher Lloyd Ed Sheeran Justin Bieber Olly Murs Psy One Republic The Wanted Photography by: Steve Trager

Kehlani: She Was Good Until She Became Great

Photo Credit: Arturo Torres Oakland, California native Kehlani has dealt with the struggles of depression, homelessness, and being a parent; all while creating music that millions of people listen to and appreciate. She was born on April 24, 1995 as Kehlani Ashley Parrish, to an African American father and a Caucasian mother. She dealt with… Read more

Selena Gomez – ‘Rare’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Matt Baron / Shutterstock Former Disney starlet Selena Gomez is beloved for everything she is, and everything she’s not. So much so, that her diehard fans dubbed the release of her latest solo album in over four years #Rareday. Short for the project’s official title, Rare. Battling everything from lupus, a kidney transplant,… Read more

Ed Sheeran – ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Croke/GETTY Ed Sheeran has always been a sensational music maker and now he is bringing more of that to the forefront for us, with his latest compilation album release titled No.6 Collaborations Project. This release is a fitting follow up to 2011’s No.5’s EP, and it is the first official studio release since… Read more

Chris Brown – ‘Indigo’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Prince Williams/Wireimage By the time you read this, Chris Brown will have notched another #1 album to his belt for his latest release, 2019’s Indigo. The “Loyal” singer dropped the double-sided 32-track LP on June 28th. We all know Brown is an unparalleled vocalist and by far, one of the best of his… Read more

DJ Khaled – ‘Father of Asahd’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Sarah Bahbah “WE THE BEST!” is the motto and on DJ Khaled’s Father Of Asahd, he is absolutely that. Boasting a roster of twenty-nine total featured artists combined on fifteen tracks is the most we’ve ever seen from the former Terror Squad producer. Marking his eleventh album release in thirteen years, Khaled does… Read more