For Trey Songz, sex remains his best friend on his seventh studio album, ‘Tremaine the Album.’ Once more, the bedroom serves as fuel for the fire.
Up-and-coming teen R&B artist Khalid impresses on his highly-anticipated debut album, ‘American Teen.’
Ed Sheeran returns with his highly-anticipated third album, ÷. All in all, Sheeran remains consistent, adding new gems to his solid musical collection.
Ed Sheeran continues to dominate the Billboard Hot 100 with “Shape of You,” which spends a fifth nonconsecutive week at no. 1.
Rock singer/songwriter Ryan Adams assembles a fantastic heartbroken, post-divorce gem on his latest LP, ‘Prisoner.’
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.
Former teen-pop heartthrob Aaron Carter returns with five-song EP, LøVë, his first set of new music following a 15-year hiatus.
The xx return with cool, calm, and collected third album, ‘I See You.’ Chemistry, production, and vocals are major selling points.
Former boy bander (and Ariana Grande ex) Nathan Sykes shows off his vocal chops throughout his debut album, ‘Unfinished Business.’
J. Cole delivers a deep, meaningful, and personal effort on his fourth studio album, ‘4 Your Eyez Only.’ ‘4 Your Eyez Only’ has no guest features.