Articles tagged: Music Review
With an addictive beat and uplifting lyrics, “yes, and?” is an exciting introduction to Grande's much anticipated seventh studio album.
Webster and Yachty complement each other in novel ways—Yachty’s carefree demeanor brings out an energetic side of Webster we rarely hear.
Higher is a solid album, consistent with Stapleton’s well-established reputation in the country music sphere.
STGEO presents far more warmth than the cool blues of Sivan’s sullen suburbia, lingering more on the highs of new love.
Put simply, listening to Dogs feels like watching Drake go through a midlife crisis in real time.
On Scarlet, an unapologetic Doja Cat showcases her vocal ability, lyricism, and sexuality with a brash confidence that oozes out of every track.
On The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, Chappell Roan is liberated in every sense of the word: unapologetically queer, flirtatious, and joyful.
On Bewitched, Laufey invites you to float up into her fantasy world, reminding us of the transportive magic of jazz.
On Jaguar II, Monét demonstrates mastery over R&B, bending the genre to her will while tapping into other sounds to further mold the album’s tropical feel.
Latour is one of the freshest faces in the pop scene right now with her psychedelic aesthetic and distinct vocals and lyrical style.
After making a name for herself with her singles such as 2017’s “Places We Were Made,” a lyrical love letter to her hometown, and 2018’s wildly popular “Worst of You,”... Read more
Coldplay and BTS, two of the biggest bands in the world, recently released their celestial collaboration “My Universe,” a perfect blend of their musical styles and philosophies. “My Universe” conveys... Read more
Content warning: brief mentions of sexual assault, homophobia, and antisemitism Imagine if you had a dollar for every time you were told Kanye West’s Donda was going to come out... Read more
Prior to the release of her debut album, Build a Problem (2021), Dodie shared one final snippet for fans to enjoy, “I Kissed Someone (It Wasn’t You).” The artist had... Read more