No Drake, no Frank Ocean, no 1975, no Solange and no Lady GaGa – but here’s the albums I enjoyed in 2016.Read More 11 Albums that I quite enjoyed in 2016 for various reasons
2016 was the year the world imploded on itself, but at least the music was LIT.Read More The 50 Best Songs of 2016
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
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
Hi! Remember me? I’ve kinda been AWOL from my Blog for the past month or so but rest assured my devoted legion of readers (yes, all 2 of you) I finally have some free time to update this thing! So let me get right to it. This week saw the start of Jay Z […]Read More The Jay Z + Beyonce ‘On The Run’ Tour Is An Exercise in Copy & Paste.
Last night the 56th Annual Grammy Awards aired and social media was a buzz with predictions as to who was going to win, who would be wearing what and whose performance would be the best. With that being said, I’d like to share with you the 6 things I learnt from this years Grammy Awards […]Read More The 6 Things I Learnt From The 56th Annual Grammy Awards
#8 – JAY Z- ‘Magna Carta Holy Grail’ For the past two days you can be forgiven for thinking the only music I listened to this year was that of the girls from Disney but you can breathe a sigh of relief as the my eighth favourite album of the year comes courtesy someone who […]Read More colour offensive’s Top 10 Albums of 2013. #8