Teyana Taylor – The Album

After label disputes with Kanye West and his GOOD Music crew that led to the release of an 8-track album in line with his series of brief “Wyoming Sessions” projects, Teyana Taylor has returned with nearly 80 minutes of music. Titled simply The Album, as it is meant to reflect her original vision, Taylor recruits … Continue reading Teyana Taylor – The Album

John Legend – Bigger Love

Passionate veteran R&B vocalist, former GOOD Music signee and EGOT winner John Legend is now seven studio albums and nearly two decades deep and still doing numbers. After taking a bit of a darker turn than usual on 2016’s inconsistent Darkness and Light, which examined some of the more distressing and negative thoughts associated with … Continue reading John Legend – Bigger Love

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