NEW SONG: Daniel Caesar- “Hold Me Down”

Up and coming R&B star Daniel Caesar released his debut album, Freudian, on August 25th. The album was anticipated by many R&B music followers and the album did not disappoint. Daniel Caesar has this classic, old-school-like R&B sound that many have been waiting on. There are many male R&B acts today but none like Caesar. It’s the delivery, how he uses his falsetto, and the instrumentation he adds to make his songs that much better. Continue reading NEW SONG: Daniel Caesar- “Hold Me Down”

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NEW SONG: Lil Uzi Vert feat. Pharrell- “Neon Guts”

And I gotta colorful auraaaa like I got neon guts.

Lil Uzi Vert just released his debut album, Luv Is Rage 2, and there is one song on the album in particular that stands out from the rest and it’s called “Neon Guts” featuring Pharrell Williams. Anyone that listens to Lil Uzi Vert knows he’s a big fan of Pharrell and the music he produced in the 2000’s. When I read the track listing I was surprised to see Pharrell featured on the album but also happy for Lil Uzi because I know he’s a huge fan of Pharrell. Them on a track together, I wasn’t expecting much just because I figured their styles would clash on a song… but I have to remember this is Pharrell we’re talking about. Continue reading NEW SONG: Lil Uzi Vert feat. Pharrell- “Neon Guts”

ALBUM REVIEW: Amine- ‘Good For You’

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Before going into this album, I’m going to address a question that many are probably asking themselves. So, who is Amine? Amine (uh-MEEN-ay) is a 23-year-old rapper from Portland, OR… I know, random huh. I do not have the full backstory on him but those are the basics that I do know about him. He began releasing music in 2014 with his debut mixtape Odyssey to Me, another mixtape in 2015 titled Calling Brio and then his debut single “Caroline”, released in 2016. “Caroline” went on to peak at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and the song also reached triple-platinum status. So early success for the young Amine. Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Amine- ‘Good For You’