The dizzying heights of a superstar can be the downfall of many celebrities, it’s so easy to be mesmerised by the Blinding Lights. On The Weeknd’s new album After Hours, we get an exclusive insight into the kaleidoscopic highs and lows of a generational pop culture phenomenon.
On his latest album, Post Malone does little to set the world alight and convince me that he is anything more than the final boss that connects the worlds of pop and hip-hop to form a terrifying commercial monster. There’s good songs, obviously, he’s far too talented to do much different; but it’s his mostContinue reading “Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding: Album Review”
On his candid surprise of a sophomore album, Daniel Caesar dives into a deeper world of introspection and understanding than on his last album. CASE STUDY 01 is a generally more squeaky clean and refined listen than Freudian was, opting for more consistency rather than the obvious big hit R&B formula he achieved before.
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.