Known for his confessional lyrics, Drake drops a new mixtape and reaffirms his superiority in the rap world.
Imagine Dragons straddles the rock genre with the release of a gimmick themed album.
‘Honeybear’ is the rare album with honest, bitter, true love songs.
‘Shadows in the Night’ doesn’t awaken the glory of old, but ultimately it’ still Dylan.
Ne-Yo’s “Non-Fiction” has gritty lens but falls into pop rap formula.
Lupe Fiasco’s socially-inspired album “Tetsuo & Youth” blends authentic musicality and lyrical narrative.
The pop rock powerhouse strikes its usual power chords but slides, unfortunately, at points into boy band territory.
Cultural icon Marilyn Manson returns in ‘The Pale Emperor’ with full shock value.
California X hits right cords, replicating an authentic punk sound, but is still searching for right words.
J. Cole’s latest ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive’ is both personal and innovative as he raps about his life, his childhood, and the music industry.