Category: Album Release

The All-Star Black Panther soundtrack

Black Panther is a Marvel film that has already jumped to the top tier, with rave reviews and incredible feedback, all before the official release date of February 16th.  It has been called “a fresh and significant Marvel chapter,” and that should be enough to get Marvel fans excited.  Kendrick Lamar has personally curated and produced the soundtrack for the film along with Top Dawg Entertainment producer Anthony Tiffith. 

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Migos brings us “Superstars” on New LP

Migos brings us “Superstars” on New LP- There is a new Migos LP in town, titled Culture II. That means we are bound to be getting some great tracks in the meantime. “Superstars” is no exception, a synth-heavy new song that blends in an aggressive nature with a rather calming atmosphere. The digital sound effects are perfectly balanced with the grinding trap beat, while it is clear that rap has now become the sound of the mainstream, as some journalists are calling it.

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Camila Breaks Records!

Camila Breaks Records! An iTune record has been broken with Camila Cabello’s debut album, Camila. Born Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao, the Cuban-American singer and songwriter has risen to fame in the past couple of years, grabbing third place on the 2012 X Factor show, while also singing as a member of the wildly popular girl band, Fifth Harmony. She is only 20 years old and her solo career is taking off at the speed of light since her album release on Friday, January 12,

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The New Quavo Album

While not all the lyrics will appeal to all fans, there are a few lines throughout that really manage to stand out and catch our attention. “All these damn chains, modern slavery/But this ain’t 1800 so they pay me…” and “She want me to get her a bag, a house, maybe a Beamer/I might say some shit out of my mouth but still won’t leave her/I might say some shit out of my mouth, call my paralegal/I did done some shit in my life right in that Regal/Go Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, that shit lethal/Can’t live backwards, live life, that shit evil” come to mind, among others. It is clear that the artists relate with their fans, but it would be great if we found incredible lyrics in every song released, as well. 

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Neil Young The Visitor

Neil Young is 72 years of age and doesn’t seem to show any signs of retiring from the music world. With nearly 40 albums to his name, avid fans have quite the library of incredible lyrics by the truly talented artist. The Visitor is officially Young’s 39th record. Reviews have been all over the album and the general consensus is that we love the cranky rage channeled through the music we are presented with. The Canadian simply loves the US and makes it clear with his lyrics.

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U2’s “Songs of Experience”

U2 has not only been enduring, but thriving as a rock band for over 40 years now, without showing any signs of stopping. Bono’s lyrical style has been dubbed Bongolese as well, which means that long after U2 has left the world of music, the style will still be in place. There is a legacy here, and it is a beautiful one to leave behind. Furthermore, a precedent is set for artists to stay on for half a century or more in this domain, only gaining momentum as they continue to usher in larger crowds of fans over the years. It is almost fitting that we have “Songs of Experience” this time around, where the question of what happens to us as we age is given. In 2014, there was “Songs of Innocence” that this appears to be a companion piece to, philosophies aired about life in general, and the changes we come across as the years go by; both good and bad. The lyrics are inspired by William Blake’s “Songs of Innocence and Experience,” where the relationship between binaries in life, such as young versus old, are remarked upon. It begs the question: what does it really mean to grow up in this world?

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