After 7 months, Everglow finally had a comeback, and my forever heart is so happy right now. The wait was worth it! The girls came back with La Di Da with the EP -77.82X-78.29, consiting of 4 songs in total. This was an exceptional comeback. The retro future girl crush superhero vibes from this song and mv fits them so well, and every one got their own time to shine. I love this comeback, and I thought I would give my thoughts on each song and rank them. So Everglow Forever Let's Go!
In the mid-2010s, Elton John's life was in a good place. He had a loving family with his husband David Furnish, and two sons, Zachary and Elijah. So his approach coming into the studio for the work that would become Wonderful Crazy Night was that he wanted to make an upbeat album with a live feel.
When I decided to do a full album review on Hardy, I knew I had to be somewhere I could sit, listen to the words more intently, and not have the wind blowing from the windows being down...... I have listened to this album on repeat since it came out... I am a fan, and I honestly think Hardy should be president, because he's just that amazing.... Here is my honest review on an honest man whose album is one of the greatest albums I have ever listened to, and I'm putting him up there with Shania's Twain Come On Over Album, which I still to this day listen to with happiness in my soul.....Here's the long awaited album review on Hardy, enjoy bbys!
Five songs I have compiled with some of my favorite people, and I will let you in on a little secret, we all love these songs. They make us wanna repeat them forever, vibe with them forever and they will always be our favorites. I would have done more, but let's face it we all know I Love spreading new music and you will all continue to get more of these, but put these on your playlists and thank me later. Also watch Almost Famous, because it is the greatest movie ever.
In the midst of a decade of materialism and excess, Neil Young released Note - be - Note, one of the least-appreciated albums of his career. In the middle of this decade he released his most successful and least appreciated album to date, Lucky Thirteen.
The Unforgettable Fire is the third studio album produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois and released on October 1, 1984 by Island Records. The album was recorded on 2 and 3 September 1984 in London, England, at the Royal Albert Hall, London. But they still wanted to, so they recorded the album in their own studio in the basement of their London home, with the help of some friends.
In many ways, 2018’s Af was the true kick-start of what would evidently be a successful career for Woo Won-Jae. Sure, there were songs like the magnetically fast-paced chart-topper “We Are,” and the introspective double-single Anxiety, but it wasn’t until the 23-year-old tried his hand at a long-form extended play that audiences got a true taste of what the young rapper was all about. Thus, when the unabating pensiveness of his prior releases was allowed to combine with a more fluid, coherent structure and larger-scale ideas, it was only natural that fans started to flock to the man who was, at the time, AOMG’s youngest signee.
Personally, I didn’t come across the tracklist and official announcement for the release of the musical genius fifth studio album until a few days ago, when tons of tweets rolled out and it was impossible not to be aware that the African giant was about to unleash gems upon the world.
For his next album following his very successful collaboration with Leon Russell The Union, Elton John once again turned to producer T-Bone Burnett, who suggested that Elton return to the piano-bass-drums lineup that had served him well in his early career. Accordingly, the majority of this album is anchored by Elton on piano, Raphael Saadiq on bass , Jay Bellerose on drums and Keefus Ciancia on keyboards, with Davey Johnstone and the touring band left on the sidelines. Bernie Taupin wrote all the lyrics for the album in just a few days time. Elton described it as his most exciting solo record in a long time. The album was originally to be released in the Fall of 2012 but numerous delays pushed its release to the Fall of 2013.
Paulina Vo is an emerging Indie artist living in New York City who has made many strides in her career performing throughout the city and making a name for herself.