If you've heard songs like "How You Like That" and "Ice Cream" on Tik Tok, Instagram, or on Television, you'll probably want to check out the beautiful voices behind the music, who called themselves Blackpink.
Chromatic blues harp virtuoso, Big Harp George, takes a giant leap forward with the release of his fourth album, Living in the City (Blues Mountain Records). Recorded at Greaseland Studios and expertly produced by Chris Burns, this album is a self-portrait of a mature artist demonstrating prodigious skills as a musician, singer, songwriter, and bandleader — and enjoying the hell out of himself in the process!
When Dawn first debuted with the single Money, I knew this was an artist I had to look out for. I first knew Dawn in the group Pentagon, and he stood out for me in the group, but when Cube was a dick and pushed Dawn and Hyuna out of the company after the news, I was worried about Dawn future, but fortunately, Psy came in and took Dawn and Hyuna into PNation. Ever since Dawn really started to show his true colors and released Money which was about people love-hate relationship with money. It was one of my favorite releases of 2019 and a great debut, and now he’s back with his 1st min album with the title track DAWNDIDIDAWN (Is that how you spell it?) I’m so excited about this mini-album, and so lets stop my history lesson with Dawn and jump into it.
October 2nd brought the long-awaited 1st release from Queen + Adam Lambert, since joining forces a decade ago, the band has been almost entirely focused on playing live shows. They finally broke their silence on April 30th, 2020 when they released a YouTube video titled, You Are the Champions, which was a rendition of “We are the Champions” released as a fundraiser for The Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organisation. But when their 2020 tour was postponed due to the virus, they got to work compiling a live album to give fans a taste of the arena experience, today we are going to take a closer look at the path that lead to this release as well as the 20 tracks on it.
It’s been a little over a month since the icon, the legend, the best man in the world released his 3rd album “Never Gonna Dance Again: Act 1” I been wanting to write about this album, but other artists I really like were pushing out their projects and college has been swamping me. Plus it’s a little hard to wrap around my head how incredible this masterpiece of an album is. Taemin is one of my all-time favorite soloists in Kpop and I adore his music and personality, but this album quadrupled my appreciation for him. So uh if you’re here for a coherent and unbiased review, you’re in the wrong place haha. But if you want to read me freaking out over the album and rating the tracks, then let’s go.
Big Sean took a hiatus from music after his less than stellar collab project with Metro boomin and left a lot of fans unsure what was next. I was one of those fans.
For all those who don't know, BLACKPINK just released their debut album. For years since their debut, this has been a long time coming. It's crazy to think about; the group is internationally known and favorited behind BTS to breakout into America. The crazy part is, before this album, they had only 13 songs out. Any controversies with the group will be saved for a different time. Without a doubt, that is what took this album this long to come.
On September 25th, The Neighbourhood finally dropped “Chip Chrome & The Mono-tones” and I’m so glad it finally happened. Ever since their first single Middle Of Somewhere, I knew this album would be quite different and interesting. It took me forever though to gather my feelings on it because it was quite strange to digest, plus other things like college and work pushed it to the side, but now I finally have a firm grasp on what I think about this album. So let’s dive into “Chip Chrome & The Mono-tones” and go track by track through this strange journey.
Blackpink finally released their first album “The Album” on October 2nd. When I tell you I was close to tears from the overwhelming excitement I had when The Album dropped...I was just over thrilled for Blackpink to finally have an Album. After 4 years we finally have The Album, where there are a total of 8 tracks. Not gonna lie I was a bit mad that we only got 8 tracks, but I can’t do anything about it so we will just be happy with what we got. Now I want to gather my thoughts and go through the album, track by track, and at the end rank the songs. So let’s dive into The Album.
Netflix's Cuties is one of the most controversial films I have ever watched but you gotta admit the songs are a bop. Even though I am not a fan of the film I do adore the songs from the film. I have tried to find the songs from the film multiple times but I kept hearing the songs from the movie trailer and from the grotesque dance sequence until now I found the soundtrack finally uploaded on YouTube.