A review of the biggest musical event of 2015, Adele’s “25”.
Pop icon Janet Jackson returns with “Unbreakable”, her first album of new material in seven years. How does Miss Janet fare? Check out the review.
An appreciation of George Michael’s “Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1”, 25 years (or so) after its release.
The Foreign Exchange give you that good grown-folks soul music on their new album, “Tales From The Land Of Milk And Honey”.
If you were to ask me to list my favorite rap albums of all time (hey, there’s an idea for a future list), Public Enemy’s Fear Of A Black Planet would be near the top of that list. The album broke new ground sonically and lyrically, and should be an essential part of any hip-hop fan’s collection. As a 13 year old who was already knee deep in hip-hop when Fear came out, the album was a watershed moment in my […]
Have you had your funk today?
Jennifer Hudson gets delightfully retro on a surprisingly good new album.
No, Aretha. Just…no.
Lenny celebrates 25 years of being Lenny by…being Lenny.
Is “Art Official Age” a return to form? Or is it more of the same ol’ lazy that we’ve been getting from Prince for most of the past decade?
Want to dance? Check out Harts’ new album and thank me later.