Juice WRLD – Legends Never Die

How strange is it that we’re getting back-to-back number one albums from rappers who have left us far, far too soon? Juice WRLD’s death at the age of only 21 last December was, once again, a tragic loss of an artist who was only getting started and well on his way to being one of … Continue reading Juice WRLD – Legends Never Die

BTS – MAP OF THE SOUL: 7

The steamroller of a cultural force that is BTS continues to roll on, crushing everything but Adele in its path as it debuts to over 3 million first-day sales worldwide, good for the second biggest all-time. And for the first time, their latest project Map of the Soul: 7 has honestly made me grasp the … Continue reading BTS – MAP OF THE SOUL: 7

Halsey – Manic

Alt-pop singer-songwriter Halsey’s third studio album Manic is meant to be a journey into the way her mind works – named after her bipolar disorder, formerly referred to as manic depression. Sonically, it’s certainly a fitting title as the project dips tentatively into quite a few genres, all smoothed over with the glossy psychedelic pop … Continue reading Halsey – Manic

Halsey – hopeless fountain kingdom

Indie pop artist turned stadium-status superstar Halsey returns to deliver her sophomore studio album, following up 2015's lacklustre Badlands. Since being featured on one of the biggest songs of all time, The Chainsmokers' "Closer", Halsey's place in the public eye has grown exponentially and this album drops at a very opportune time for her. Halsey has … Continue reading Halsey – hopeless fountain kingdom

The Chainsmokers – Memories … Do Not Open

EDM production duo The Chainsmokers, biggest success story of 2016, release their debut album by request of their fans. Previously against the idea of selling albums, perhaps smartly given the success of their singles, Memories...Do Not Open represents the first collection of songs for the duo, containing only the more recent hits "Paris" and "Something Just … Continue reading The Chainsmokers – Memories … Do Not Open