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Charli XCX – ‘How I’m Feeling Now’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Marcus Cooper Charli XCX’s fourth official studio album How I’m Feeling Now may as well be the equivalent antidote to the Covid-19 quarantine. Released just short of Memorial Day, the self-made LP (created in a brief six week time frame entirely from Charli’s home studio) is the first project by a major artist… Read more

Rosalía: The Flamenco-Infused Popstar

Photo Credit: Roger Kisby Rosalía is a singer and songwriter who gained popularity after producing music that brought a refreshing take to traditional flamenco. After several popular collaborations, the artist has gained international attention. Rosalía Vila Tobella was born on September 25, 1993 in Barcelona, Spain. No one in her family participated in any form… Read more

Tanerélle: Introducing the Seductive Songstress

Photo Credit: Twitter @tanerelle Tanerélle is gaining attention in the music industry with her looks and vocal abilities. The young artist’s aesthetic and style place her in a neo soul genre. Tanerélle’s empowering seduction and unapologetic attitude sets the stage to attract fans all over the globe. Tanerélle Stephens was born on April 9, 1994… Read more

Kygo – ‘Golden Hour’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Johannes Lovund Kygo, Norwegian DJ, songwriter, and producer, has returned to the playing field with his third full-length LP, titled Golden Hour. Building on the tropical house-lite vibes that have catapulted him to the upper echelons of the EDM stratosphere, Golden Hour finds itself getting comfortable with simply being comfortable – nothing here… Read more

Drake – ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes’ Mixtape Review

Photo Credit: Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images Once again the herald angels are singing, for Aubrey Drake Graham has graced our terrestrial planet with another sprawling collection of emotional music. Enter Dark Lane Demo Tapes, a deceptively-named mixtape full of demos that aren’t really demos. New Drake and old Drake’s past several iterations all have glaring commonalities:… Read more

Jessie Reyez – ‘Before Love Came to Kill Us’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Philip Harris “And I’m sick with feeling like I deserved better // And you’re sick for everything you did to me, it was a setup // And I should Goodfella you, call me Karen, waking up to my Beretta // If I blow your brains out I, I can guarantee that you’ll forget… Read more

Doja Cat – ‘Hot Pink’ Album Review

Photo Credit: RCA RECORDS Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, professionally known as Doja Cat, released her second album Hot Pink late last year and it later became her breakthrough record within the music industry. Most tracks on Hot Pink are catchy, with each one having a memorable line or a familiar beat. The songs are just as… Read more

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

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

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