Teyana Taylor K.T.S.E Review

Most would say that they were put on to Teyana Taylor following her steamy dance routine on Kanye's Fade Video. Which is such a shame because baby girl's been around. Her solid debut album VII, somewhat 5 years ago, catapulted her into the R&B charts. KTSE (Keep That Same Energy) finally shines the light on... Continue Reading →


Jorja Smith Lost & Found Review

Jorja Smith is 21 years old. That is a loaded statement to keep in mind listening to this album. Think about what you were doing at 21. I bet you were anything but confident, mature or patient. Twenty-one is where you're just figuring out your place in the world; 21 is an age of endless... Continue Reading →

Jessie J R.O.S.E Album Review

Jessie J released her album in a diabolically brilliant manner that's not been done before. She broke down her entire album to snack-sized 4-track EPs, that she released over the span of 4 days; (Realisations) out May 22nd, (Obsessions) out May 23rd, ( Sex) out May 24th, (Empowerment) out May 25th. The first segment, R.... Continue Reading →

Dirty Computer

After a run of amazing singles and captivating visuals, Janelle Monae's third studio album, Dirty Computer is finally here. Dirty Computer marks Monáe's first studio album since 2013's highly acclaimed The Electric Lady. In the years since, she's made a move into the world of film, starring in Oscar-nominated films Moonlight and Hidden Figures alongside Taraji... Continue Reading →

Eazy Call

Eric Bellinger is one of those ridiculously underrated artists who I believe doesn't get as much clout as he is worth. Ridiculous because his song-writing skills have spanned through most of your faves catalogues. Case in point, he has written for Trey Songz, Nicki Minaj, Usher, Tank and countless others. He even has a Grammy... Continue Reading →

Black Panther; The Album

Aye! If you have not gotten into the Black Panther Wave (yes, it's a movement), there is still time to creep out of that rock you are clearly living under. Get into it. As we continue to wait in baited breath to experience the one in a kind movie sensation in cinemas, the music will... Continue Reading →

The Time Is Now

I know, when was the last time you heard of the UK based RnB singer? Atleast the Craig that used to sing crooning RnB. Remember 7 days? His rise and fall in music has definitely been one for the books. His seventh 15-track studio album released on January 26th 2018 tries (albeit too hard) to... Continue Reading →

Man Of The Woods

I believe it's safe to say that Justin is not bringing sexy back, seeing as he has retired to the woods. When the former N-sync band member announced an album was in the works, my excitement catapulted and my spirit was ready to be filled with some of that classic JT magic. The 20/20 experience... Continue Reading →

Is It Okay To Listen To R Kelly?

In the wake of the powerful feminism birthing Me Too and Time's Up Movement, are we still supposed to listen to R Kelly? Does justice entail dismissing his contribution to music in our playlists? Welp. I have a confession. I still rotate his songs in my playlist. Sorry With a variety of songs in my... Continue Reading →

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