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Review: Eminem marvels flow in new visual "Godzilla"

After making yet another historic comeback to music with his latest album, Eminem drops a new music video that blows ‘stans’ minds. The single charted No.3 on Billboard Hot 100 and the visual is sure to trend on all platforms.

Review: In "Music To Be Murdered By," Eminem embraces anger and supremacy

Slim Shady is back and we are living in his world like an apocalyptic playground! Marshall Mathers put out a surprise release of his eleventh studio album “Music To Be Murdered By” and social media is railing off the tracks. The 20-song LP features frequent collaborators Royce da 5’9 and Skylar Grey along with new, promising artists Young M.A. and Don Tolliver.  

Review: WWE NXT - Dusty Classic and Fatal 4-Way

The annual Dusty Classic began where NXT’s best tag teams were paired against each other to compete for the Tag Team Classic trophy and a title shot.The women’s division were all aiming for a shot at new Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley. The midcard NXT North American Championship contender was decided in an explosive Fatal 4-Way between Damian Priest, Cameron Grimes, Dominic Dijakovic and Keith Lee. 

Review: Machine Gun Kelly's "Hotel Diablo"

Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly has made a rebirthing comeback to the mainstream on July 5 to deliver his genre-blending fourth album, “Hotel Diablo”. This new LP is a new awakening of divisive content as Baker seems to be more open on his life struggles and musical altercations. 

Album Review: Logic vents on 'Confessions of A Dangerous Mind'

Logic has returned with his second LP this year, returning to his sonically ethereal sound of hip-hop to expand on the frustrations of digital culture. The Maryland emcee discusses what unique trends on social media affected his mental health along with everyone that sees the message yet doesn’t realize that they’re embodying the sickness.

Billie Eilish ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go’ Album Review

 After multiple 100 million single views on YouTube and critically praised EPs, the wait is over for 17-year old pop star Billie Eilish’s debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go. The album released on March 29 and critics is intrigued to know what mysterious material lies ahead for Billie: a rogue teen that’s changing the mainstream for young beginners. 

2019 Grammy Awards Sets Change for Women

The 61st Grammy Awards was a night of historic proportions and genre-blending performances as many first time winners took home an award on Feb. 10 at the Staples Center.