Action Bronson returns with his major-label sophomore album, ‘Blue Chips 7000.’ The rapper’s flow and knack for storytelling remains intact.
★★★★ East coast rapper A$AP Ferg comes back strong with his third studio album, ‘Still Striving.’ One word: bangers. Cutting right to the chase, A$AP Ferg didn’t have the most success with his sophomore album, Always Strive and Prosper. Despite an awesome title and some solid moments (“Hungry Ham!”), folks did not partake of…
★★★½: Energetic rapper Meek Mill returns with his third studio album, ‘Wins & Losses.’ More often than not, the ‘wins’ outweigh the ‘losses.’
Trey Songz settles for no. 3 debut with ‘Tremaine the Album,’ which is stuck behind efforts by Drake (More Life) and Ed Sheeran (÷).
Ed Sheeran remains the one to beat on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Shape of You” spends its ninth week at no. 1. Drake sees multiple songs debut from ‘More Life.’
Drake continues to be the “biggest thing since sliced bread.” His playlist-album, ‘More Life’ debuts robustly at no. 1 on the Billboard 200.
On his ninth studio album, ‘Rather You Than Me,’ Rick Ross maintains the utmost consistency. Sex, money, and drugs remains the M.O.
Rick Ross leads the music shopping list for March 17, 2017. He returns with his ninth studio album, ‘Rather You Than Me.’ March 10, 2017 wasn’t a prolific new music release Friday. Leading the charge was the original motion picture soundtrack for Beauty and the Beast. It’s a new shopping week, but things still aren’t…
Underrated urban contemporary artist Lloyd returns after a five-year hiatus with enjoyable, comeback EP, ‘Tru.’
The best way to summarizes this week’s charts? Adele. Yep – nuff said! 1) Adele makes it five weeks at #1 with 25. 25’s fifth week gave the album its third million-plus selling week and second best week overall, behind its 3.38 million start. 2) Justin Bieber remains the second most consistent artist on the…