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If you thought Miguel shattered the R&B stereotype with 'Kaleidoscope Dream,' think again. 'Wildheart' is as rock 'n' roll as it gets.
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Justine Skye may be emotionally unavailable but she went through all of the feels to produce this solid body of work.
Review: Wale Gets Out Of His Own Way On ‘The Album About Nothing’
Wale's sensitive side steals the show on his fourth studio album, 'The Album About Nothing.'
Review: Ariana Grande’s ‘My Everything’ Is Everything You Expect
Somewhere between a boombox-touting Taylor Swift and a gyrating Miley Cyrus stands the petite powerhouse Ariana Grande. As one of pop music’s less controversial magnets (unless…
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The octave queen showcases the best of all her worlds on her 14th album…
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21 Early Twitter Reviews Of Pharrell’s ‘G I R L’
Pharrell’s been creating straight gold everywhere he goes, but will his second solo effort make you happy? G I R L officially hits stores on…
Ultra Dance 15 Gets An Update Combining Pop And Dance
America’s first dance and pop compilation Ultra Dance is officially back and hits stores today with its fifteenth installment. You can expect a mix of…
50 Twitter Reviews Of Beyonce’s New Album
"You ain’t right for doing it to me like that, daddy" Hey, Beyoncé dropped a new album. You might have heard it? Twitter…
EDM Game Change: Spruke ‘Lies Synthpop Told Me’
Buffalo-based DJ-producer Spruke - born Bill Boulden - dropped his latest album "Lies Synthpop Told Me" earlier this month, and VIBE's got some track-by-track insight…
Review: J. Cole’s ‘Born Sinner’ Is Hip-Hop’s (New) Saving Grace
Physically, Jermaine Cole is still the same supreme rap specimen he was when he dropped The Warm Up in 2009: Light complexion, baby Brillo 'fro,…
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