On Negro Swan, Dev Hynes manages to find solace and utter beauty within sadness and pain. His slick and sexy production along with soothing vocal melodies creates a serene atmosphere over songs that are far darker than they may appear. Continue reading “Blood Orange – Negro Swan: Album Review”
In our second week of doing this, we have been blessed with some new releases of the absolute highest order, as well as some that aren’t as good. New singles have come from the likes of BROCKHAMPTON (again), The Chainsmokers (sigh) and DJ Khaled, who appears to be gearing up for I’m The One 2: Electric Boogaloo, but more on that later. Here are Viberant’s thoughts on the new singles to come out in the last full week of July.
Continue reading “Weekly Singles Roundup: July 23rd-29th”
We’ve given you our top 20 albums of the year so far, well now it’s time for our top 20 songs. To stop the list being engulfed by Kanye and Cudi we’ve limited the list to one song per album, without further ado. Continue reading “Top 20 Songs Of The Year So Far”
Kendrick Lamar has caused shockwaves in the music industry throughout his career, whether that be with his groundbreaking studio albums or his guest appearances on other artists’ work. These are his ten best verses as a feature on other work, some of which are regarded as some of the best verses of the century.
A lot of people started saying he’s sold out to America, I disagree, I simply think his style has evolved and he’s become so popular he’s catered to both his UK and his US fanbase, and this short but sweet EP is proof of that.