Since starting out in what now feels like humble beginnings as the front-woman of Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé has evolved into the biggest and most revered artist of our time. When it comes to creativity, showmanship and sheer talent, she has everyone beat and trailing far behind her. Beyoncé’s journey to this stage in her career is no small feat or stroke of luck, since the tender age of 19, she has sung and danced her way into a lane of her own where her only worthy competition is herself.Read more "The Formation World Tour Review: They Don’t Call Her Queen B For Nothing"
Can I just talk to you about Zayn Malik for a moment? No, this isn’t going to be a self-indulgent love letter to Zayn where I declare my un-denying love for him and speak about my plans to leave my family in hopes that he will follow suit and join me as we see the […]Read more "Zayn Malik is Great"
Britney Spears is almost 20 years deep into her music career. A career that has seen the little girl from Kentwood, Louisiana become one of the most celebrated and recognisable artists of our time. With a career spanning almost two decades, what more does Britney Spears have left to prove? Her impact on pop culture […]Read more "Britney’s 9th Studio Album Is A Lot More Important Than You Think"
The third album a female pop sing is always an interesting one. Traditionally it’s the album they flex their artistic muscles and demonstrate some control over their image and sound. The third album was where Beyoncé introduced her alter ego Sasha Fierce, where Rihanna reinvented her image and became the Good Girl Gone Bad and […]Read more "So.. Is Ariana’s Dangerous Woman Album Any Good Then?"
Last Wednesday in London’s hipster haven, Shoreditch, I was invited to a gig that featured an up-and-coming artist by the name of Nao at Village Underground. I say up and coming because the East London songstress has already released a couple of Eps on iTunes (February 15 & So Good) as well as being play-listed […]Read more "Introducing…Nao"
There must be something in the water over in Canada because over the past few years we have seen some of music’s most talented and celebrated new artists emerge from the country. Joining the likes of Drake, The Weeknd, Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber and PARTYNEXTDOOR, as one of Canada’s next great musical export is Alessia […]Read more "5 Reasons Why Alessia Cara Should Be On Your Radar"
In a recent interview with the Evening Standard, M.I.A expressed her disdain at the Black Lives Matter movement, or more so how much publicity it gets compared to the plight of those in Syria, Pakistan or Muslims across the world. She feels the Black Lives Matter movement isn’t anything new to her and wants […]Read more "M.I.A completely misses the point of #BlackLivesMatter"