As original rule breakers, Bananarama have nothing left to prove. That they can produce a record of such quality and care is in and of itself a laudable, if not surprising feat.
The currency of Paak’s fourth studio affair is an abiding need for a groove and the eleven tracks here are all variations upon that theme.
The album’s individual songs possess a seamlessness that feels like driving on an empty highway and suddenly realizing you're going 85 miles per hour.
“Aretha Franklin looked for excellence in everything she did, and she wanted excellence from this film,” the film’s co-producer Tirrell D. Whittley explains.
“God Gave Me Horses” marks the first offering in a forthcoming series of new songs that Nash intends to release periodically over the next few months
“Remember to Remember” is the lead single from Tanika Charles’ forthcoming second studio album ‘The Gumption,’ which arrives May 10th.
“Medellín” is the first single to be unveiled from Madonna’s forthcoming album ‘Madame X,’ which arrives June 14th.
“It was a life raft,” Mr. Lif says of the album. “It’s probably one of the purest forms of how music has played a role in my life. It kept me going.”
“This album covers the things we’ve always done,” Levert explains. “But we’re bringing it into the hip-hop generation and hope that they can gravitate to it.”
Illogic’s third studio affair is as good of a mix of complex and potent lyricism coupled with creative production that’s been released in the past 20 years.
Adams’ role in legitimizing Canadian music in the popular sense beyond its borders is incalculable, and his latest album ‘Shine A Light’ further cements his influential legacy.
With her seventh studio affair, Summer commanded a variety of different sounds, demonstrating that she couldn’t be confined to just one musical space.
‘Full Moon Fever’ suggests that Petty may have been ready for a new band, if only for an album or so, and the solo record presented the opportunity to explore a Heartbreaker-less life.
On their third collaborative album, the duo re-dedicate themselves to improving their lives, as well as the world around them, in the hopes of creating a more livable place for themselves and their families.
When ‘Pretty Toney’ keeps it raw, it reinforces that there are few artists that can compete with Ghostface’s vivid imagery and gutter sensibilities.
We’re still geeking out to all of the wonderful music that emerged in 2018, but we’re simultaneously giddy with anticipation for the crop of new albums arriving in the new year.
We hope you enjoy this month's playlist featuring 30 of the latest & greatest songs tickling our ears at the moment.
Our “Portrait of the Artist” playlist series pays homage to the artists responsible for the most indispensable discographies of all time.
Common has crafted many classic albums, but which one is YOUR favorite?
New Order have crafted many classic albums, but which one is YOUR favorite?
The band’s critically lauded first three albums are slated to resurface in 2-disc, colored vinyl form courtesy of USM / Virgin EMI on May 31st.
A self-proclaimed “rap music addict” who modestly claims to be “fairly good at writing” (he’s GREAT, by the way), Marcus brings a fresh voice and unbridled passion to Albumism’s pages.