234 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
During the global pandemic, Charli XCX decided she was going to write, record, and release a new album all in a matter of 6 weeks. The result was an album titled “how i’m feeling now”. Being that it was a creative project finished in just 6 weeks, all the songs do truly represent how Charli’s “feeling now”.
Over two years after Jaden Smith’s debut studio album SYRE was released, the artist has finally put out an official music video for the star track “Ninety". The video posted to YouTube received a trending spot and almost half a million viewers in the first day, with tons of positive, emotional, and thankful comments.
Dave, starring Dave Burd, is a comedy on FX showcasing the life of a Jewish rapper calling himself “Lil Dicky.” The series was recommended to me by a close friend recently and I have continued to hear great things from other people watching it ever since.
Future, hip-hop’s best trap supervillain, has returned to deliver what keeps him High Off Life as his eighth studio album on Friday, May 22. THE WIZRD contains 21 tracks of Future portraying himself as a disturbed trap savior reeling from his futuristic lifestyle, heartbreak, heavy medicine intake and tirelessness. It’s the sleepless mind of Future that kept him winning for over a decade and this 32nd project seems to reach a new height of creativity through following his own rules.
The “Brown Boy” NAV is back with a feature lineup of close friends to deliver Good Intentions, the second side to his last album Bad Habits. This is his most confident release yet because there’s plenty of stratospheric sounds contained that Nav has unlocked and there’s less toxicity in his upgrading life. With frequent collaborators Gunna, Travis Scott, Future, Lil Uzi Vert and more, expect beats of hazy trap and melodious journeys.
A few days ago, Bob Dylan released a single titled False Prophets. In the last month and a half he’d also released two other singles - A Murder Most Foul and I Contain Multitudes. The release of those two led to a lot of speculation on whether an album was forthcoming. The release of False Prophets confirmed suspicions.
Listening to this artist’s new album will without a doubt “Change Your Life,” for the better. R&B songstress Kehlani has released her newest LP this past Friday, May 8th, titled It Was Good Until It Wasn’t. In this case however, it is, and always will be, good.
Even though the world is dealing with an unprecedented crisis, that doesn’t mean the land of the Six or anywhere else can’t put out vibe hits celebrating the essence of entertainment. Leave it to Toronto’s No.1 hit-maker to bless our upcoming celebration with a loose and unheard collection announced about four hours before publishing. Drake released a new mix-tape Dark Lane Demo Tapes to keep us anticipating his sixth studio album for summer 2020!
R&B/pop songstress Kehlani has been getting fans super excited in preparation for the release of her second studio album. The highly anticipated LP titled It Was Good Until It Wasn't, will debut on this upcoming Friday, May 8.
Kali Uchis released “TO FEEL ALIVE,” a four-song EP on Friday, April 24, via Interscope Records. This is Uchis’ first release since her debut album “Isolation,” which came out just over two years ago. She recorded all four songs in her house while self isolating during the coronavirus pandemic. In just over 10 minutes, Uchis walks the listener through an unpredictable romantic relationship, discussing themes such as arguing, drug use, selfishness, and finally, burned bridges.
The newest “Drop” from this rapper isn’t the new and improved album that many fans were looking for, but is filled with bops nevertheless. This past Friday, April 17, Johnathan Kirk, better known by his stage name DaBaby, released his second studio album titled Blame It On Baby with a quarantine inspired album artwork.
On the same day that Lil Uzi Vert’s greatly anticipated album, “Eternal Atake” was released, Uzi took to twitter to tease a deluxe version to the album. With only about seven hours passed since the initial albums release, Uzi tweeted at multiple collaborators- the likes of Young Thug, Future, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Lil Baby.
Music is one of those things that almost everyone has the ability to connect with. Everyone might have different tastes in music, but having the ability to find love and a connection with some type of music is a bond that most form with music.
Columbian R&B artist Jessie Reyez’ has just dropped her debut studio album titled Before Love Came to Kill Us and it is definitely super “Dope.” The new LP, released March 27, includes 14 tracks of raw emotion and sound that demonstrate the artist’s unique style even more than her previous work did.
While being stuck in the house isn’t very fun, you can always brighten up your day with some good music. From soft pop to R&B and rap, there are tons of artists still coming out with new music during this scary pandemic. Here are a few of my recommendations to add to your quarantine playlist:
Lil Uzi Vert dropped his extremely awaited album “Eternal Atake” on Friday, Mar. 6. The album had been teased since the release of Uzi’s last studio album, “Luv Is Rage 2” which was released in Aug. 2017.
Childish Gambino mysteriously released an “album” early on Sunday, March 15, via DonaldGloverPresents.com. The project consisted of 12 tracks, including features from Ariana Grande and 21 Savage, with production from DJ Dahi, Ludwig Göransson, and others. One week later, on March 22, Gambino’s album “3.15.20” appeared on digital streaming platforms.
After making yet another historic comeback to music with his latest album, Eminem dropped a new music video that blows ‘stans’ minds. The new visual is for “Godzilla,” the highest charting single from new album “Music to Be Murdered By,” delivered on March 9. Directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s videographer Cole Bennett, you can expect a very entertaining story from the mind of Slim Shady.
Lady Gaga seems to be back to eccentricity and weirdness in her new music video for her most recent single “Stupid Love,” released Feb. 27.
Just a little over a month after her return to music at the 62nd Annual Grammys, Demi Lovato has premiered a new upbeat single all about her struggles with self love and acceptance.