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Given her near-ubiquity on my playlists for nearly two years now (she was also in my Top 5 artists this year), the fact that Good News is technically Megan Thee Stallion’s first album was kinda shocking to me.
We’re only a week into December and Miley Cyrus is already taking the entire month by storm. She’s absolutely blown up on TikTok, popping up in comment sections galore. This surge in popularity has helped her newly-released album, “Plastic Hearts” reach the top of the charts.
2020 has been awfully glum but if anything can help us reach the end of the year it’s our holiday jams. I’m not talking about the class jams of Jingle Bells or Jingle Bell Rock, no, the real good stuff, the stuff you have to be a level 3 paladin to hear… I am of course talking about the newest Christmas song “Holiday” by Lil Nas X.
by Christian Decker The new EP by My Dying Bride really defines what I like…
Good news everyone! Good News is good! That’s it. That’s the review. Just kidding, but I mean, do you really need an excuse to check out Megan Thee Stallion’s new album?
Move over Lexapro; there’s a new antidepressant in town, and her name is Clairo. I listened to her religiously over the summer, because the apocalypse hurts a little less when you’re listening to mellow bedroom pop beats.
Forty-six years ago, Italian-born French singer, Nino Ferrer, the “Don Quixote of French Show Business” released Nino and Radiah et Led Sud. In this album, Ferrer, along with Radiah Frye, who accompanies him on the tracks, explores an idealized American South.
The wonders of Electronic Dance Music.