#REVIEW: MILEY CYRUS – “PLASTIC HEARTS”
Miley Cyrus' seventh album is PLASTIC HEARTS has proven well worth the wait after several teases of a new era to come. While it's a tragedy that first single, the outstanding MIDNIGHT SKY didn't chart higher than it deserved, it also is no shame that it peaked within the Top 10 of the Canadian Hot 100 and Top 20 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. A phenomenal mash-up of Steve Nicks' Edge of Seventeen recently was released giving the single a bit of new life, appearing on the digital version of ...
#NEWMUSIC: AVA MAX – “HEAVEN & HELL”
AVA MAX exploded onto the Pop scene in the Summer of 2018 with Top 10 smash hit SWEET BY PSYCHO and after leaving such a mark, we were hungry for more. Finally, after some two years later comes her debut studio album HEAVEN & HELL and it proves well worth the wait.
The 15-track collection which she co-wrote with the help of Toronto's Cirkut, is banger upon banger. She manages to infuse synthy nostalgia into her tunes, which draw focus not only to her stellar vocal range, but her ...
#EDITORSNOTE: MR. WILL’S BEST OF 2012
2012 was a memorable year for Music, with several standouts in Music and Film. I was busier than ever chasing Stars in the City, with several Celebrities having good reason to visit Toronto this year, including one of the most star-studded TIFFs in recent memory. Let's take a walk down Memory Lane in honour what I feel were the most memorable Films, Pop Songs and personal Celebrity Encounters!
Top Ten Movies of 2012
2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
3. Django ...
#REVIEW: PINK – “THE TRUTH ABOUT LOVE”
What would a P!nk Album be without the f*cking Expletives? Fans including myself have long awaited the three-time GRAMMY Winner's return to Music after focusing on being a Mother for a bit, but how almost four years have gone by since 2008's Funhouse, I have no clue. Make no mistake though, P!nk hasn't gone onto team-up with Anne Geddes on a Calendar Collection or anything - she's angsty and pissed still at the injustices of Love and the World.
Are We All We Are kicks-off with a bang, ...
#REVIEW: CARLY RAE JEPSEN – “KISS”
Don't be fooled by the short-shorts and girly bangs, Carly Rae Jepsen is a Naughty Girl. Jepsen's debut major label Disc Kiss, however has never made being bad sound so good with its Seduce-your-Boyfriend Lyrics. I mean, we've already heard what she has to offered in her Collaboration with Owl City in Good Time and we liked it and need I mention Billboard Magazine's 2012 Song of the Summer, Call Me Maybe? Surely all involved with Project Jepsen are aware of the dangers of One-Hit Wonderdom ...