Nick Weaver Brings The Heat On ‘Prowler’


Often, us as music lovers – and sometimes critics too – tend to flock to major-label or big-named indie artists are the first source for reviewing music. Why? It’s easy and these artists are well established or moderately established. Sometimes, however, the biggest “gems” come with burgeoning artists, many known or establishing themselves at the…

Review – Jesse McCartney, ‘In Technicolor’


Jesse McCartney Delivers His Best Album on In Technicolor  Jesse McCartney • In Technicolor • Eight0Eight • US Release Date: July 22, 2014  Jesse McCartney isn’t exactly your go to commercial pop artist. His career has been inconsistent in regards to sales. That said, McCartney has had some worthwhile success, including top 20 single (“Beautiful…

Review: Tech N9ne, ‘Something Else’


Tech N9ne is Truly Something Else, In a Good Way…   Tech N9ne⎪ Something Else⎪ Strange Music⎪⎪ US Release Date: July 30, 2013 Who says you can’t rock out when you’re independent, shoo! Underrated MC Tech N9ne seems to be doing just fine without major label backing.  After all, bigger isn’t always better, right? Something Else…

Review: Donell Jones, ‘Forever’


Donell Jones⎪ Forever ⎪eOne Music⎪⎪ US Release Date: July 09, 2013 R&B singer/songwriter Donell Jones never quite achieved the same commercial success of his contemporaries, but he’s continued releasing albums, since 1996’s My Heart mind you whether on a major (LaFace) or independent label (eOne). His sixth album, Forever, arrives timely from Jones’s perspective, after…

Why Joe’s ‘DoubleBack’ May Be His Best In Years


Joe⎪ DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B ⎪ Massenburg Media ⎪⎪US Release Date: July 02, 2013 Joe was once one of the preeminent R&B male vocalists. Joe had a no. 1 hit with Mariah Carey and boy band 98 Degrees on “Thank God I Found You” from Carey’s 1999 effort, Rainbow. Joe’s own 2000 effort My Name…