The Carters – EVERYTHING IS LOVE
Meh.   You’re telling me that Jay Z and Beyonce dropping an album wasn’t the biggest event of the summer?   They can both do better, especially after how great both of their latest studio records were.   Again, meh. › Read more
Post Malone – beerbongs and bentleys
This new Post Malone album is hits. Hits on hits on hits.   Yea, sure. There’s no lyricism whatsoever, with lyrics like “She got beautiful boobies” being thrown into otherwise great songs like “Spoil My Night”, which has an amazing Swae Lee feature and hook.   However, although there are major flaws that still carry › Read more
The Weeknd – My Dear Melancholy,
After Starboy, fans of The Weeknd were left in the dark about the elusive figure’s actions. Relatively silent since his 2016 smash album, people hung on Abel’s every word, whether it was through features like “Pray For Me” with Kendrick Lamar and “Unfazed” off of Lil Uzi Vert’s Luv Is Rage 2, or through his › Read more
Justin Timberlake – Man Of The Woods
Armed with his creased Jordan’s, Justin Timberlake made his return to the spotlight during Super Bowl LII. Playing his new single “Filthy” and other hits from the 2000’s, me and millions of other Americans sat wondering why this man was still famous. This album is not good. I’m not going to make this review too › Read more
Lorde – Melodrama
As kid-wonder, Lorde shook the nation with her brilliant song “Royals”. The song, sporting influences from the current hip-hop landscape, stormed the airwaves and became an anthem of suburban kids looking for something to worry about. However, after the release of the gloomy, dissonant yet focused album Pure Heroine, she fell off the face of › Read more
Ed Sheeran – Divide
Blowing my expectations completely out of the water, Ed Sheeran pulls through with a decent record on Divide (÷). His 3rd studio album, also showcasing the theme of Ed’s last two records (the first being Plus (+) in 2011, then Multiply (x) in 2014). Due to my lack of knowledge on Ed as a person, › Read more