Queen Naija talks more about her new album missunderstood…still

“I feel like I’m a misunderstood person overall; people misinterpret the things I say,” Queen Naija tells Apple Music of the title to her debut album. The YouTube star turned R&B singer whose single “Medicine” catapulted her onto Capitol Records’ radar has lived much of her adult life in the spotlight and has thus beenContinue reading “Queen Naija talks more about her new album missunderstood…still”

Demi Lovato talks about her new album: Dancing With The Devil…The Art of Starting Over

At 28, Demi Lovato is reckoning with a life in the spotlight that has been anything but glamorous. After being sexually assaulted by one of her Disney Channel costars at age 15, the pop singer says she fell into a years-long stretch of depression, eating disorders, self-harm, excessive drinking, and drug use that culminated inContinue reading “Demi Lovato talks about her new album: Dancing With The Devil…The Art of Starting Over”

All about Blu DeTiger’s new Indie Rock album ‘How Did We Get Here?’

“All of these songs are me reflecting on these times before the pandemic hit,” Blu DeTiger tells Apple Music about her debut EP. “It’s me having this constant battle in my head of, ‘Where am I at? What do I actually want? What do I actually feel?’” Shortly after the success of her early 2020Continue reading “All about Blu DeTiger’s new Indie Rock album ‘How Did We Get Here?’”

Everything you didn’t know about Michigander’s new EP ‘Everything Will Be Ok Eventually’

Michigander, the musical moniker of Jason Singer, radiates Midwestern magnetism in his crystalline vocal delivery, sure, but mostly through his jumbo-sized anthemic pop-rock hooks. Every song on his third EP, Everything Will Be Ok Eventually, written over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, could be a single—confident and cautiously optimistic while avoiding excessive sentimentality. “It’s justContinue reading “Everything you didn’t know about Michigander’s new EP ‘Everything Will Be Ok Eventually’”

Justin Bieber releases his latest album ‘Justice’

On 2020’s Changes, the newly married pop star extolled the healing powers of love and faith, serving up sensual, clear-eyed R&B ballads about devotion, commitment, and inner peace. Justin Bieber’s sixth album Justice continues that narrative, but finds inspiration in something arguably even more novel for one of the world’s most in-demand pop stars: downtime. Like all ofContinue reading “Justin Bieber releases his latest album ‘Justice’”

Ariana Grande Releases Deluxe Version of her latest album ‘Positions’

Unlike Ariana Grande’s last album, the contemplative and mournful thank u, next, which was released shortly after, and partly in response to, the tragic death of her ex Mac Miller, Positions is lighthearted and playful—a flirty wave from the other side. Her joy is deserved. During a grueling stretch that would have broken most musiciansContinue reading “Ariana Grande Releases Deluxe Version of her latest album ‘Positions’”

Instagram Poll Results: Your Favorite Genres

We recently asked our followers on Instagram about what genres they like and dislike. Here are the results: Do you like Rap music? Yes – 90 (81%) No – 21 (19%) Do you like Rock music? Yes – 88 (79%) No – 23 (21%) Do you like R&B music? Yes – 97 (84%) No –Continue reading “Instagram Poll Results: Your Favorite Genres”

Review of Matthew Aasen’s latest single ‘Flickerin’

15 year old producer, singer/songwriter Matthew Aasen’s single ‘Flickerin’ brings a modern take on vintage pop/rock. “My favorite part about making music is getting to be freely creative in my own way,” says the multi-instrumentalist from Loudoun County, Virginia. “The creativity expressed in making a song from scratch is, in my opinion, unmatched in anyContinue reading “Review of Matthew Aasen’s latest single ‘Flickerin’”

Every Reference in Marianas Trench’s ‘Astoria’

As Marianas Trench fans know, Josh loves to allude/call back to previous songs/albums. This has been this case since their second album, Masterpiece Theatre. In this post I will highlight every reference made in Astoria. Astoria is an incredible, incredible album to say the least, and if you were a fan prior to this albumContinue reading “Every Reference in Marianas Trench’s ‘Astoria’”

New Reviews: Taylor Swift, J Flow, The Kid LAROI and more!

Here’s our latest reviews over the last week! ‘Without You’ by The Kid LAROI, ‘Lighta’ by J Flow featuring Trippy Troy, Jay Po & Post, ‘Whoopty’ by CJ, and ‘Willow’ by Taylor Swift. Want to see our reviews the second they come out? Follow us on Instagram & Facebook.