Alessia Cara faces major label pressures on ‘The Pains Of Growing’

    Alessia Cara The Pains Of Growing Def Jam · November 30, 2018 The Pains of Growing is a troubled album, representative of the negative impact major labels can have on the artistry of new and promising singer-songwriters. It’s been over three years since we were introduced to Alessia Cara with her hit-single ‘Here.’ ‘Here’ painted Cara as […]

    Anderson .Paak demonstrates newfound comfort on ‘Oxnard’

    Anderson .Paak Oxnard Aftermath Entertainment · November 16, 2018 Oxnard succeeds on all fronts — clean production, energetic vocals, complex songwriting, and eclectic sonic variety. .Paak’s artistic vision is clearer than ever and he seems more comfortable combining the different aspects of his personality. Anderson .Paak’s Oxnard is the latest in the rapper/singer/drummer/producer’s road trip along the […]

    Swizz Beatz proves he’s here to stay with ‘Poison’

    Swizz Beatz Poison Epic Records · November 2, 2018 Just because Poison represents an impressive evolution for the veteran producer doesn’t mean he won’t fall victim to some of his less favorable tendencies. It’s been 11 years since One Man Band Man, and Swizz Beatz is back. Combining sharp production with top-notch performances from top-notch performers, Poison […]

    Joji shows his maturity on ‘Ballads 1’

    Joji  Ballads 1 88rising · October 26, 2018 Joji leans further into his dark emotional grit than ever before, distancing himself from the immature satire of his past. George Miller has quite the eclectic resume. He is credited with starting the viral internet dance craze, the “Harlem Shake,” in 2012. He became a Youtube sensation […]

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