Category: Album Reviews

Aloe Blacc ‘Lift Your Spirit’ Album Review

Melinda Tommy | March 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
Aloe Blacc 'Lift Your Spirit' Album Review

Aloe Blacc sure has managed to cover a lot of grounds in just three albums. On March 11, Panamanian-American soul singer and songwriter Aloe Blacc unveiled his third studio LP entitled Lift Your Spirit which had two main purposes according to him : make people happy and lift their spirits. The former Emanon rapper definitely […]

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Toni Braxton & Babyface ‘Love, Marriage And Divorce’ Album Review

Jessi Green | March 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
Toni Braxton & Babyface 'Love, Marriage And Divorce' Album Review

Toni Braxton is back…with Babyface this time! The two iconic singers have teamed up to deliver the recently released RnB album Love, Marriage and Divorce. The risky move sees Toni Braxton taking a break from her solo career to working with producer and singer Babyface. But do the results make the move as a duo […]

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Ashanti ‘Braveheart’ Review: Cohesive But Boring At Times

Jessi Green | March 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Ashanti 'Braveheart' Review: Cohesive But Boring At Times

It has been 6 years in the making but Ashanti is back! But not in the way some of her fans wanted her to be. Her roots with Murder Inc (founded by Irv Gotti) have severed and now she is on her independent hustle creating her own label Written Entertainment. With a slew of buzz […]

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Ciara Album Review: Sweet And Short But No Growth

Jessi Green | January 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Ciara Album Review: Sweet And Short But No Growth

After numerous push backs, label drama and commercial decline, Ciara finally released her fifth studio album to her fans delight entitled Ciara. Contributions production wise came from Soundz, The Underdogs and Rodney Jerkins. Her then-boyfriend Future declared confidently that “She overcame a lot and through time you will tell when she puts this album out, […]

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K. Michelle ‘Rebellious Soul’ Album Review: The Female R. Kelly

Jessi Green | December 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
K. Michelle ‘Rebellious Soul’ Album Review: The Female R. Kelly

K. Michelle released her album ‘Rebellious Soul’ this year and it can proudly be said that she embraced true and modern RnB. Michelle spoke about the project previously stating that it meant everything to her: “I was determined with this project that people were gonna finally see me for more than just a crazy, ratchet […]

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Tamar Braxton ‘Love and War’ Album Review: Impressive Yet Bland At Places

Jessi Green | December 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tamar Braxton ‘Love and War’ Album Review: Impressive Yet Bland At Places

It’s been a long time coming but Tamar Braxton finally released her sophomore album, Love and War (which follows her debut entitled Tamar in 2000). After debuting on the Billboard 200 at number 2 with 115,000 copies sold in the first week, Tamar Estine Braxton-Herbert no doubt was off to a strong start commercially, which […]

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BEYONCE Album Review: Contradicting But Bearable For The Most Part

Jessi Green | December 28, 2013 | 2 Comments
BEYONCE Album Review: Contradicting But Bearable For The Most Part

After delivering the biggest shock of 2013 in the music industry (releasing a surprise album on iTunes that nobody was aware of) and becoming the fastest female seller of the year, it is unsurprising that Beyonce’s record label is happy with her album. However after two weeks have passed, it is important to ask whether […]

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Chris Brown ‘Fortune’ Album Review

Melinda Tommy | July 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Chris Brown 'Fortune' Album Review

Chris Brown released his fifth studio album called “Fortune” via RCA on July 3rd,2012. The Virginian crooner delivered 19 songs made mainly for the bedroom and the nightclub (heck there are even few tracks made for the strip-club). Brown attempted to recreate the pornographic R’n’B era which existed in the 90s with a series of […]

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