Logic, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars, Sam Smith, and Childish Gambino rank among the elite on the ‘100 Best Songs of 2017’ year-in-review playlist. Source: 100 Best Songs of 2017 | Playlist
★★★★ Marilyn Manson is charged up to nth degree on their tenth studio album, ‘Heaven Upside Down.’ He’s back. They’re back. Who? Marilyn Manson! After a two-year hiatus (The Pale Emperor, 2015), the ripest of shock rockers drop an exhilarating tenth studio album, Heaven Upside Down. Considering he’s now 48, past his most lucrative prime,…
★★★ R&B singer/songwriter Tank continues to amplify sex on his savage new studio album, fittingly titled, ‘Savage.’ Despite the coolness of R&B, Tank, continues to be prolific. Despite being incredibly underrated, he’s written and recorded some great music during his career. His 2016 album, Sex Love & Pain II was disappointing, however. It suffered from…
Canadian country-pop artist Shania Twain returns after a 15-year hiatus with her sixth studio album ‘Now.’ Unfortunately, it’s not quite the comeback she deserves.
Despite a lack of flashy records and singles, Miley Cyrus exceeds expectations on her sixth studio album, ‘Younger Now.’
R&B diva Tamar Braxton remains a vocal force on her fourth studio album, ‘Bluebird of Happiness.’
Pop superstar Demi Lovato returns with a compelling sixth studio album in ‘Tell Me You Love Me.’
Foo Fighters bring the cool, the heat, and some musical diversity on their intriguing album following a three-year hiatus, ‘Concrete and Gold.’
Jack Johnson delivers a well-rounded affair with ‘All the Light Above It Too.’ He does a great job of balancing stripped and more electric moments.
★★★★ Canadian rockers Death from Above 1979 deliver a compelling, energetic third studio album with ‘Outrage! Is Now.’ Canadian punk-rock duo Death from Above 1979 – Jesse F. Keeler and Sebastien Grainger – returns with its latest studio album, Outrage! Is Now. Interestingly, Outrage! Is Now serves as only the third studio album by the…