By Stella Peters Caleon Fox continues to prove himself as a rising artist in the world of hip-hop with a sense of individuality that reflects itself in his unique sound. His new track, “Semi Cinematic,” contains a healthy dose of high-energy rhymes that show he has what it takes to make it in this industry. Thanks […]
By Jordan Look “Ghostface Killers” is a great start to 21 Savage, Metro Boomin and Offest’s collaboration album, “Without Warning.” The sinister church bell tolls and accompanying beat foreshadow the fact that these dudes are really coming for everyone’s lives. The track salutes Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, and the artists did him justice. Personally, […]
By Mollie Harrison Off the indie-pop band from Brooklyn’s eagerly awaited first album, “Blue” gives us just a glimpse into the themes of love and nostalgia woven throughout “All Flowers in Time” amid hints of bitterness and betrayal. The steady guitar hook pushes the song forward while Maralisa Simmons-Cooks’ dreamy melody floats above, seemingly looking […]
By Steven Colaianni Georgia MC and G.O.O.D. Music affiliate CyHi The Prynce connects with Kanye West for “Dat Side,” the first single off CyHi’s upcoming “No Dope on Sundays” release. Featuring an upbeat, bouncy instrumental served up by Edsclusive, Cyhi and West take turns dismissing their haters before Yeezy ups the ante. “Moved into a neighborhood […]
By Owen Brock The Canadian R&B duo Majid Jordan drop gorgeous electric rhythms in their new single “Body Talk.” With fun waves fused with charged beats, “Body Talk” prompts all listeners to lose themselves through dance.
By Noah McCarty MGMT makes a successful return to the limelight with Little Dark Age, a dark, 80s-inspired track with minor synths galore. All the MGMT staples are here: cryptic lyrics, danceable beats and an attention to detail that raises the band above other synth-pop acts.
By Will Udo Lead singer of Hiatus Kayote, Nai Palm, drops her much anticipated new album with an array of sounds that magnetically attract and ease the ear. The Melbourne native carries futuristic neo-soul energy within her voice along with her streamline guitar plucks.
By Jordan Look Although the subject matter is heavy as H.E.R. pleads with her significant other to “let her in” on the 3rd track on her self-named 2017 album, she doesn’t go the expected route. While some would think this subject matter would call for a sad, melodic tone, she comes strong with a background […]