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Ady Suleiman: A Neo-Soul Creative

Photo Credit: Ady Suleiman / YouTube Ady Suleiman is a British neo-soul artist making headway. Born on July 1, 1992 to a British mother and Tanzanian father, this neo-soul artist uses life experiences to cultivate creatively produced music. His soulful music has skyrocketed him to stardom in the ranks of artists like Chance the Rapper,… Read more

Jessie Reyez: Unapologetically Authentic

Photo Credit: Mabdulle Jessie Reyez is a Canadian singer-songwriter who draws inspiration from different influences. She mostly expresses her musical talents in both R&B and pop. Fresh to the music scene, Reyez has generated millions of streams across music platforms and hasn’t even released a full-length project yet. Reyez embodies the spirit of an empowered… Read more

Pink – ‘Hurts 2B Human’ Album Review

Photo Credit : Pink / YouTube Alecia Moore, otherwise known as Pink, is not your typical pop star. Whether she is pushing boundaries for the die-hard rebels, getting sentimental with suburban soccer mom’s, or being an activist for LGBT rights, she is that girl! Fresh off of being honored with a star on the coveted… Read more

Mabel – ‘Ivy To Roses’ Mixtape Review

Photo Credit: Hayley Louisa Brown London, England singer Mabel McVey is United Kingdom’s sweetheart! Giving off the ultimate femme-fatale vibe, her pouty gloss lips and bad girl attitude has landed the Swedish born beauty right on top of the European charts. Consistently. Still coasting off of the success of her breakout 2017 debut mixtape Ivy… Read more

MARINA – ‘Love + Fear’ Album Review

Photo credit: Marina / YouTube If you aren’t an indie pop fan, Marina Diamandis might be the girl to make you one! Hailing from the goldmine of British pop stardom, London, the Welsh born triple threat singer-songwriter and producer, is finally making her way to the U.S. mainstream. After simmering for a few years locally,… Read more

Billy Idol – ‘Idol Live! 2019’ Concert Review

Photo Credit: Steve Trager The musical career of Billy Idol has been nothing short of greatness from his early days with Generation X, to the limelight of his commercial success as a solo artist. Fans of Idol have watched him gracefully mature while he built a catalog of timeless classics throughout the years. Idol prides… Read more

The Damned Things – ‘High Crimes’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Travis Shinn About four-fifths of the way into “Cells,” the strong opening cut from The Damned Things’ second album High Crimes, lead singer Keith Buckley utters “guitar!” to verbally cue the solo from that same instrument, courtesy of Joe Trohman. This being hard rock, a guitar solo was about as inevitable as the… Read more

Jacob Lee: Musical Philosophy From Down Under

Photo Credit: Facebook @jacoblee You know what’s not the worst idea in the world? Being sure of the precise words to a song before making them a permanent part of your body. A female fan of Australian singer-song writer Jacob Lee apparently failed to heed this, as she now sports a tattoo on her shin… Read more

Anderson .Paak – ‘Ventura’ Album Review

Anderson .Paak has taken his fans and listeners on a ride up the California West Coast by releasing his fourth studio album Ventura after a short six months of releasing his third studio album Oxnard, and long time fans must admit, they are sitting back and enjoying the view. The two albums were recorded at… Read more

LSD – ‘Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present…LSD’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Press/Juco LSD is an electro pop supergroup comprised of Labrinth, Sia, and Diplo. Hailing from Britain, Australia, and America respectively, this eclectic group of musicians has taken over the electronic scene with high expectations and an already established fan base. Releasing hits throughout 2018, Diplo and company built momentum, dropping several singles and… Read more