NIKI – MOONCHILD

21-year-old Indonesian pop and R&B artist NIKI has garnered quite a bit of attention after signing to the wildly popular 88Rising label, which intends to provide a platform for Asian artists in North America. After contributing to most of the highlights on the label’s uneven collaborative effort, Head in The Clouds II, last year, my … Continue reading NIKI – MOONCHILD

Jacob Collier – Djesse Vol. 3

A musical prodigy and the disciple of both Quincy Jones and Herbie Hancock, multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier has made a lasting impression on many musicians due to his unparalleled technical skill and understanding of music theory. The third installment in his Djesse series comes loaded with quite a few interesting guests, but not even they can … Continue reading Jacob Collier – Djesse Vol. 3

Bruno Major – To Let A Good Thing Die

Soulful UK singer-songwriter Bruno Major’s sophomore effort is here after continuing to expand his fanbase exponentially with his old-school sound. To Let A Good Thing Die is a brief ten tracks of passionate, lovelorn vocal delivery and lyricism over an intentionally fuzzy and stripped back vintage sound palate. It often makes Major sound like he’s … Continue reading Bruno Major – To Let A Good Thing Die

Kehlani – It Was Good Until It Wasn’t

Now a prominent force in the world of contemporary R&B, Kehlani’s sophomore studio effort continues to highlight quite a few aspects of her truly unfortunately drama-filled personal life that continuously makes its way onto headlines with her technically skilled and expressive vocal delivery. Taking a 3-year break after her outstanding debut SweetSexySavage, save for last … Continue reading Kehlani – It Was Good Until It Wasn’t