Christon Gray is quite an interesting musician. Who is Christon Gray? He’s an urban artist who sings, raps, and incorporates gospel and inspirational messaging into his music. He’s not a household name, but on his latest album The Glory Album, Gray shows he has plenty to offer both secular and religious music fans. Need a…
After two-months (and a week in March), we’ve had some ferocious new albums in 2016 as well as some that aren’t nearly as beastly. To help you sort out the brilliance from the BS, here’s a brief list of albums that are ON…FIRE that is and albums that are OFF…this needs no explanation.
All in all, ‘Dig In Deep’ is yet another terrific and consistent album from Bonnie Raitt.
‘Charlene’ is a favorable album that won’t blow anyone away, but should appeal to more traditional R&B fans.
Once upon a time, Canadian pop-punk band Simple Plan were “kind of a big deal.” That said, those days of Pierre Bouvier and company being “hot stuff” have waned, sad as that may be. But punks grow old and musical tastes change, so it’s not surprising that a new Simple Plan album is no longer…
After reviewing Puth’s album traditionally, it seemed like a fun idea to examine Puth’s album lyrically – get to the nitty gritty of what makes Nine Track Mind tick!
What more exciting means of examining ‘EVOL’ than to examine some of its most interesting lyrics?
If he does nothing else, Hoodie Allen maintains consistency on ‘Happy Camper.’ Is Hoodie on? Yes, he’s ON.
Bryson Tiller • TRAPSOUL • Bryson Tiller / RCA • Release Date: 9.25.15 You can’t rewrite history – what’s happened has already happened. BUT, you can evolve on certain opinions and etc. Perhaps that’s the case with yours truly and Louisville, Kentucky singer/rapper Bryson Tiller. Back in October 2015, I wrote a short take on…
Here are 45 albums that missed my ’25 Best Albums of 2015’ list.