Every super hero needs a theme song. And a super villain to fight against.
Hip hop you can easily bump in the car with the kids, enjoy it and not feel like you’re poisoning impressionable minds.
A recent book on the rock icon brings his humanity to the fore.
Think of it as a gospel album and you’ll miss the point entirely.
Tricky’s eighth album is a dark, tense romp, and at times cinematic.
Devonte Hynes’ literate melange of pop, rock and classical touches.
Something to start your weekend off on the good foot. m4s0n501
Contributor Earl Douglas writes: “To put it bluntly, when Bettye LaVette sings your song, it’s not yours anymore.”
@janellemonae Many of us have waited almost three years since Janelle Monae's EP Metropolis Suite I of IV: The Chase was released. Along the way, we've been thrilled at her live shows by her unbridled energy. She's someone who leaves it all on the stage. But, I always wondered how she'd follow the EP […]