Movies & TV
ATCQ’s ‘We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service’ Boasts Prophetic Messages For Wearisome Times
A Tribe Called Quest's final album came at the right time to calm our weary souls.
Review: Mac Miller’s ‘The Divine Feminine’ Will Make You Fall In Love, But Only Because Of Its Sonics
Mac Miller experiments with jazz and funk influences on his new album, and it works.
Review: Cloaked Artists Are Annoying, But ‘H.E.R. Volume 1′ Proved That Sometimes Not Knowing Is Best
With the mystery songstress' moody new EP, blind listening isn't so bad.
Review: NAO Is An Open Book On ‘For All We Know’ Debut
NAO’s debut album, 'For All We Know' (Little Tokyo/RCA), boasts melodies that compliment the Londoner’s delicate voice, allowing her range to serve as its own…
Review: ‘Still Brazy’ Crowns YG As The Sole Gangster Rapper Of This Generation
The real prevails.
Chance the Rapper Humbly Paves His Way On ‘Coloring Book’
All good things come in threes.
Corinne Bailey Rae Heals On ‘The Heart Speaks In Whispers’
After a six year musical hiatus, Corinne Bailey Rae returns with her 16-track 'The Heart Speaks In Whispers.'
Review: A Segue From Staple Canadian Torchbearers, Kaytranada Owns His Sound On ‘99.9%’
If this debut album is '99.9%,' what will Kaytranada be like on 100?
Review: Drake’s New Battle With An Old Formula & 6 Other Takeaways From ‘VIEWS’
On 'VIEWS,' Drake presents what fans want, but like the Toronto rapper, they will never be satisfied.
Review: On ‘Twenty88,’ It’s Easy To Get Tangled Up In Jhene Aiko And Big Sean’s Love Web
On 'Twenty88,' Big Sean and Jhene Aiko are tangled in a fantasy relationship that, perhaps, mirrors your own troubled love story.
Rhythm & Boy Bands: Zayn Malik Dives Into A New Life With ‘Mind Of Mine’ Solo Debut
What will follow 'Mind of Mine' are hopes of attracting the audience Zayn’s basically already a part of—the R&B fan who doesn’t want love but…
First Thoughts: Domo Genesis’ Solo Star Power Aligns On ‘Genesis’
Four words: Well worth the wait.
Review: Kilo Kish’s ‘Reflections In Real Time’ Proves The Quarter-Life Crisis Is Real
Kilo Kish's 'Reflections In Real Time' schools the masses in Lakisha 101 and the quarter life crisis that comes with it.
Review: ‘In My Mind’ Proves That BJ The Chicago Kid Is Just As Luminous In His Own Spotlight
After four years of waiting in the wings, BJ The Chicago Kid truly shines on his sophomore album, 'In My Mind.'
Review: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Scattered Emotions Make For An “Unruly Mess”
Although a noble endeavor, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'This Unruly Mess I Made' might be one they should have kept in their heads and hearts.
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