“How Do You Sleep?” is the latest in a series of stellar singles Smith has released over the past year, following “Promises” with Calvin Harris, “Fire on Fire,” and “Dancing With A Stranger” with Normani.
“Hercules” is the second single to be unveiled from Common’s forthcoming album ‘Let Love,’ which arrives August 30th.
“Now That You Need Me” is the lead single lifted from McFerrin’s forthcoming album ‘Love’s Last Chance,’ which arrives August 16th.
“These Walls” is the second single to be revealed from the Heavies’ forthcoming album ‘TBNH,’ due in stores September 6th.
Erick Sermon & Parrish Smith’s sixth studio album proved essential for the author’s development during a formative period during his teenage years.
MC Eiht’s acting gig in ‘Menace II Society’ (1993) included a spot on the soundtrack and the resulting single “Streiht Up Menace” ensured that anticipation for his debut solo LP was sky high.
‘Diamond Life’ doesn’t just flout the band’s instrumental prowess, compelling song texts sit ensconced at the core of the arrangements and an identifiable vocal presence breathes life into them.
There are many ways in which Dennis Hopper’s film ‘Easy Rider’ still resonates five decades later, not least of which is its music’s enduring influence on the art of curating film soundtracks.
The crop of new albums that have landed in stores and invaded our eardrums so far this year has exceeded our wildest expectations, and then some.
The Albumism staff has selected what we believe to be 50 Essential Albums by LGBTQ Artists, representing a varied cross-section of genres, styles and time periods.
BANKS’ musical and lyrical evolution is clearly visible throughout her third album, which finds the singer-songwriter further embracing her vulnerabilities to devastating effect.
The band’s eighth studio LP and accompanying film flow from a similarly heaping bank of emotion, both continuously informed by the relationships in our lives that shape our identities.
Teetering on the verge of unbreakable, we hear Porter, cooking up-to-date compositions, employing different methods, and creating space for others to sit at the Jazz table.
Gibbs and Madlib migrate from the honeymoon to the stability phase of their musical relationship with ‘Bandana,’ naturally bringing out the best in each other.
“You have to know that the unexpected always rules and you never know what’s going to happen,” Arnold says about the music industry.
Comprised of more than 200 images that span the sibling duo’s prolific recording career, ‘Carpenters: An Illustrated Discography’ is in stores now.
“I make a point of writing songs that always have some of the light and some of the dark,” Phillips confides. “Because that’s how we are—we contain both.”
Premiering Saturday, June 29th, TV One’s ‘The Bobby DeBarge Story’ revisits the impressive highs and tragic lows of the Switch frontman’s life and career.
We hope you enjoy this month's playlist featuring 30 of the latest & greatest songs tickling our ears at the moment.
The latest installment of our recurring ‘Portrait of the Artist’ playlist series celebrates the incomparable Kylie Minogue’s thrilling discography.
There are many second/sophomore albums that are considered classic or contemporary hip-hop masterpieces, but which of these long players are the greatest of all time?
Lenny Kravitz has crafted many memorable albums, but which one is YOUR favorite?
Originally released in 2003, Goldfrapp’s acclaimed second studio album ‘Black Cherry’ is scheduled to be reissued on vinyl and available in stores September 27th.
“This is the record we never could have made as teenagers, full of songs we never could have written as adults,” the twin sister duo explains in an official statement.