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Retirement from a beloved passion can seemingly come randomly. That's even when you’re at the peak of your ability and making millions of dollars. This uncanny trend lands on Logic who now bids ‘Auf Wiedersehen’ to hip-hop, after recently launching his sixth and final album “No Pressure.” The returned partnership of veteran producer No. I.D and Bobby delivers 15 reflective tracks to bring in Logic’s new role “to be a great father.”
If you want to hear relatable journal entries turned into hits for the youth, you should listen to Alec Benjamin. His debut album These Two Windows arrived on the last Friday of May, and it truly features a unique consciousness that music needs today. A singer-songwriter capable of creating abundant bedroom pop for significant connections.
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.
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!
The Grandest Stage of Them All in pro wrestling — WrestleMania recently took place during unparalleled circumstances in the world. It lasted for two nights and left fans perplexed and wondering what they'd just witnessed. I have to address the elephant in the room; there was no gigantic audience and no colossal stadium. WrestleMania had to be relocated to WWE's Performance Center in Florida because of government restrictions from COVID-19. Nonetheless the show went on, bringing superb in-ring action and personal storylines turned cinematic brawls to viewers that included the largest social media hub (over 13 million) in WWE history.
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.
What do you do with a Pittsburgh-bred rapper that made slick rap for college - from exploring jazz-funk melodies to enriching the love of a significant other - and fully contemplated the modal qualities of a virtuoso songwriter? Do you remember how innovative and driven that artist was to grant new essence through continuous listening or praise of his music? Through permission of his family, Mac Miller’s last album “Circles” was released, revealing the progressive consummation of a diverse career brought by an ethereal poet.
Slim Shady is back and we are living in his world like an apocalyptic playground. Marshall Mathers surprised us all by releasing 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.
WWE’s flagship developmental brand NXT delivered a fantastic live show of the new year, where the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic tournament kicked off Wednesday followed by a Fatal 4-Way No.1 contender main event.
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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 about his life struggles and musical altercations.
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. The album. Available everywhere Friday.
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 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.
The Ypsilanti community is about to be awakened for a real treat as one of its resident lyricists Darien Vaughn is gearing up to release his new project “Napoleon Complex” due Feb. 15.