#REVIEW: JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE – “THE 20/20 EXPERIENCE”
Love changes everything and Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience, only his third Solo Disc in a Music Career which has spanned an impressive 18 years, illustrates exactly this. Re-teaming with Mega-Producers Timbaland and Jerome Harmon, the Album best can be described as being subtle, lush, elegant and without a doubt his most musical to date. Those Fans expecting more Dance Floor-oriented material like SexyBack, Like I Love You or Rock Your Body, might be in for a bit of a shock here ...
#REVIEW: KELLY CLARKSON – “GREATEST HITS – CHAPTER 1”
This is quite possibly the best idea in quite some time. After a v. successful 10 years in the Industry since her ascension to fame back in 2002, the original American Idol -Kelly Clarkson - has proven herself a real Megastar and her longevity is undeniable. Sony Music Canada releases her Greatest Hits - Chapter 1, in stores now, and I cannot stress again just how wonderful it really is. With 17 Tracks featuring her best work, you'll find yourself fumbling for the "repeat" button as the listen ...
#REVIEW: CHRISTINA AGUILERA – “LOTUS”
By far her most cohesive Album, Christina Aguilera proves that seventh time's the charm on Lotus, her latest offering after a two-year absence following 2010's patch Bionic. Drawing on the inspiration which came from her Divorce from Music Marketer Jordan Bratman, her experiences as a Mother, the disappointment surrounding that last lowest-selling Disc and also her big Stint on NBC's The Voice, Aguilera definitely has lots of ground to cover here.
Co-writing seven of the Disc's twelve ...
#REVIEW: ONE DIRECTION – “TAKE ME HOME”
Although it really hasn't been that long since their Debut Disc Up All Night surfaced Stateside - it was actually just March 2012 to be precise - the much-talked-about Sophomore effort from international Pop Sensations One Direction, strikes right in-time for the Holiday Rush. Directioners can rejoice as Take Me Home along with the mass following of Fans they've accumulated over the past couple years, grows-up together with them, capturing perfectly what it means to be a Teenager transitioning ...
#REVIEW: CHRISTINA PERRI – “A VERY MERRY PERRI CHRISTMAS”
Just perfect. Relative-Newcomer Christina Perri releases a stunning six-track EP right in-time for the Holidays, titled A Very Merry Perri Christmas via Warner Music Canada. This Collection almost is necessary as a reminder of how remarkable an instrument of a Voice she has, especially with her having been under-the-radar much since stellar success of last year's Jar of Hearts.
Original Track Something About Christmas is absolutely stunning, possessing the beauty of another era captured in ...
#REVIEW: NO DOUBT – “PUSH AND SHOVE”
The pressure is on for No Doubt, the 33-million selling international Ska-Pop Sensation, whom after an absence of 11 years return to the Music Scene with their sixth Disc, Push and Shove. What to expect though after that long a hiatus, which saw Frontwoman Gwen Stefani embark on a successful Solo Career, at once solidifying herself as a Force in the World of Fashion?
This Collection of eleven songs first and foremost showcases a deeper level of Maturity, which Fans might either embrace or ...
#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 ...
#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, giving ...