Category: Album Reviews

Rosemary’s Reviews| When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

By Rosemary Idisi Billie Eilish, a girl that grew up being homeschooled and joined a children’s choir when she was eight years old is now a seventeen-year-old pop sensation. The singer and songwriter just released her debut studio album titled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (2019).   This album has fourteen songs …

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Rosemary’s Reviews | Free Spirit by Khalid

By: Rosemary Idisi  American singer and songwriter Khalid dropped his second studio album Free Spirit (2019) last week on April 5th. The singer teased this album in various posts on social media for months before its release and fans praised the highly anticipated release.  Free Spirit has seventeen tracks on it, including the singles from Khalid’s …

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Rosemary’s Reviews: Nipsey Hussle

By: Rosemary Idisi Nipsey Hussle, Grammy nominated rapper and songwriter from Los Angeles, California, was shot and killed on Sunday March 31st. The world lost a brilliant artist, philanthropist, activist, entrepreneur, and family man.   The last album Hussle produced was titled Victory Lap and was released in February of 2018. This album was his first …

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Rosemary’s Reviews | While We Wait by Kehlani

By Rosemary Idisi Earlier this year, Kehlani dropped her third album While We Wait (2019). This album reached #9 on the Billboard’s 200 chart when it opened and became Kehlani’s second album to be among the top 10 on the chart.   While We Wait has a track list of nine songs and features guest artists like …

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Rosemary’s Reviews | Thank U, Next by Ariana Grande

By: Rosemary Idisi  Earlier this year, Ariana Grande dropped her highly anticipated fifth album ‘Thank U, Next’ (2019). This album was created in the midst of the popstar’s highly publicized personal affairs. For months, Grande was in the spotlight following the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller and the split from her fiancé Pete Davidson. …

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Album Review: The Voidz’ Virtue (2018)

Julian Casablancas, the man who wrote arguably the best album of the 2000’s, now might have a two-decade streak. Top Tracks: Leave it in My Dreams, QYURRYUS, ALieNNatioN, Lazy Boy…… All the songs. Rating: 9.8/10 By: Mikey Bamarni If you’ve ever looked up anything on Google about The Strokes you know how much Julian Casablancas …

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Album Review: Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Sex & Food (2018)

It’s one of those albums that made me wonder, how am I just discovering them now?  Top Tracks: A God Called Hubris, Major League Chemicals, Hunnybee, Not in Love We’re Just High Rating: 7.5/10 By: Jackie Reed What a trip. Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Sex & Food (2018) is one jammer after another. These New Zealanders …

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Album Review: Kali Uchis’ Isolation (2018)

Kali Uchis masters the art of collecting her thoughts in a lush jazz soundscape, typically an intangible skill to reach. Top Tracks: Flight 22, Dead To Me, In My Dreams, After The Storm Rating: 8.5/10 By: Jackie Reed On April 6, Kali Uchis released her debut album Isolation (2018). The Columbian-born singer shines above her …

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Album Review: Jack White’s Boarding House Reach (2018)

What did I just listen to? A crazy brain at work. Top Tracks: Corporation, Hypermisophoniac, Ice Station Zebra, Over and Over and Over Rating: 9/10 By: Mikey Bamarni Jack White was losing interest and appeal over the past five years with consistently underwhelming and uninspired music, painfully awkward interviews, and comments that made the greatest …

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Album Review: Albert Hammond Jr.’s Francis Trouble (2018)

“The Stroke” shows off why he doesn’t need Casablancas and company on AHJ’s defiant fourth album. Top Tracks: Muted Beatings, Set to Attack, Stop and Go, Rocky’s Late Night Rating: 8.1/10 By: Mikey Bamarni Albert Hammond Jr. was the first Stroke to go out on his own in 2006 and has the most solo tracks …

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