Pop

Kali Uchis – ‘To Feel Alive’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Felipe Q Nogueira Last month Karly-Marina Loaiza, professionally known as Kali Uchis, released a short and sweet EP titled To Feel Alive. Kali has been working on a new album, but wasn’t ready to release it due to the current quarantine. She put together the EP just to hold over listeners and to… Read more

Jhené Aiko – ‘Chilombo’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Isaac Sterling Chilombo is Jhené Aiko’s third studio album. The title comes from Jhené’s last name, which is not Aiko, – her father called himself Chilombo, and his children took it as their last name. It means “wild beast” in African. Starting with a meditative piano intro on the track “Lotus”, the album… Read more

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

Doja Cat: Shaking Up The Music Industry Because She Says So

Photo Credit: Vijat Mohindra New to the mainstream and already making a strong name for herself, Doja Cat isn’t afraid to put it out there. The young musician has had a quick rise to musical fame, dealt with cancel culture, and is still present throughout everything to produce music that people can enjoy. She was… Read more

Lennon Stella: A Music Career Taking Off In ‘Three. Two. One.’

Photo Credit: Aidan Zamiri Lennon Stella is a Canadian actress turned singer who is gaining worldwide attention for her creative talents. With the combination of being in a creative family, working on a hit TV series, and having recently released her first album, Lennon is a serene force to be reckoned with. Lennon grew up… Read more

Jeremy Zucker – ‘Love is Not Dying’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Meredith Truax As we collectively lay adrift in an open ocean of uncertainty, bemused to the state of the world and our place within it, a twenty-something boy from New Jersey has spun a take on coping with *all of this* that’s worth your attention. Jeremy Zucker is a quickly rising star in… Read more

Niall Horan – ‘Heartbreak Weather’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Dean Martindale The timing of this release is somewhat perfect, clocking at 10 years since Horan’s appearance on The X Factor UK. Little did any of us know that he would go on to be a part of one of the world’s biggest boy bands of the century. Now, with the blissful One… Read more

Trevor Daniel – ‘Nicotine’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Interscope Trevor Daniel, 25, known for his breakout hit in 2018 “Falling” has officially released his debut album Nicotine. It has droplets of depth, thanks to the conscious choice of the artist opting to release only 10-songs. A wise decision, one might say, considering the album might not have been able to endure… Read more

Lauv – ‘How I’m Feeling’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Eva Pentel Ari Staprans Leff, 25, has already been well established in writing songs that attempt to address personal topics with a laidback approach. In his first studio album How I’m Feeling, the artist leaves no stone unturned with 21-tracks that act as a self-analysis of his various personas as the listener discovers… Read more

Sabrina Claudio: Reinventing R&B

Photo Credit: Kanya Iwana/Courtesy of Warner Music Group Los Angeles based alternative R&B singer Sabrina Claudio is known for her airy vocals and her incredible look  – a look that represents the young modern woman of today. Her style is best described as a mix of HBO’s Euphoria and Solange Knowles: nude colored clothes, natural… Read more