In a matter of six months, Ariana Grande released her album Sweetener, had her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller pass away, and broke off an engagement to Pete Davidson. Oh, and announced a world tour. The great thing about music is that it’s used as therapy, and that’s what Ariana did with Thank U, Next. Instead of bottling
Young Thug’s new album Slime Language has been in the works for months but the momentum finally picked up, and the album is here. Stream it below.
As a big fan of Nicki Minaj I wasn’t excited for this new album. Prior to the release of Queen, I liked Chun-Li and Rich Sex, but I wasn’t feeling Bed. The tracks she’s featured on have been alright, but I needed Nicki to drop something special. Nicki kicks the album off with Ganja burn, an afro-pop
Travis Scott has soared to prominence over the past few years, never really showing signs of slowing down since the release of his 2015 debut album Rodeo; a project I consider to be a true classic of it’s style. He has had multi-platinum selling hits, a number one album and a kid with Kylie Jenner since then.
With so much hype for Kanye’s album, his joint project with Cudi, Pusha bodying Drake, and the new Nas, it seemed like social media forgot about Teyana Taylor. So did the First Lady of G.O.O.D Music deliver, or can we skip this? K.T.S.E. (Keep That Same Energy) is Teyana Taylor’s second studio album. “No Manners”, describes her
After 3 years since 90059, Jay Rock has finally released his new album Redemption. The wait has been long, but understandable due to Jay Rock being in a terrible motorcycle accident in 2016. Since then, there has been a lot of winning being done on his TDE team. The success in the air rubbed off on