★★★★ – Charli XCX has ‘boys’ on her mind on her infectious, fun new single, “Boys.” Sweetening the deal is a music video filled with famous boys. Source: Charli XCX, ‘Boys’ | Track Review (The Musical Hype) Photo Credits: Atlantic
Kendrick Lamar and Father John Misty top both the best songs and best albums lists of 2017 (so far).
Based upon the five singles issued prior to ‘The Transition of Mali,’ all indication suggest Mali Music has an excellent album on his hands.
After releasing four intriguing singles, Bleachers (Jack Antonoff) has a potential hit on its hands with its sophomore album, ‘Gone Now.’
With three singles arriving ahead of ‘hopeless fountain kingdom,’ what do we know so far about the sophomore album from alternative superstar Halsey?
The National returns with “The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness,” the promo single for its seventh studio album, Sleep Well Beast.
Selena Gomez returns with a polarizing new single, “Bad Liar.” It has both its flaws and its moments. Source: Track Review | Selena Gomez, ‘Bad Liar’
Following his sexy debut single “PARiS,” Cleveland bred musician JOEY-A returns with a second, equally sexy single, “JUiCE.”
On his excellent, sexy debut single “PARiS,” up-and-coming artist JOEY-A proves he’s got next.
The Single Wrap-Up runs down the list of singles and tracks reviewed over the past week. Ed Sheeran, “How Would You Feel (Paean),” is this week’s best bet.