- A Clear View of Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Album
A Clear View of Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Album
by KiSheyna Durham | September 9,2013
Move over Justin Timberlake, for you aren’t the only blue-eyed R&B singer who can create chart-topping songs this year. Blurred Lines is Robin Thicke’s sixth solo album; the singer, songwriter and crooner has finally reached mass crossover appeal. His album produced an all-star cast of guest producers, writers, and talent that included Timbaland, Pharell Williams, Will.I.Am, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar, and T.I.
- I Am Not A Human Being II - Lil Wayne
I Am Not A Human Being II - Lil Wayne
By Reese Pena | April 09,2013
If you haven't heard by now, Lil Wayne is not a human being. And with heavy metal edged "Hello" and Bon Jovi-esque "Hot Revolver" on his recently released album, some may be left wondering if he's still a rapper. Heavily themed in sex and violence, this album doesn't stray too far from part I. Unfortunately for fans, some of the best tracks on the album are those that are already on air waves. With "I Am Not A Human Being II", Wayne continues to experiment and push the limits of the rap genre, whether we like it or not.
- The 20/20 Experience - Justin Timberlake
The 20/20 Experience - Justin Timberlake
by Jessi Ewing | March 22,2013
With "Suit & Tie" as the first release from The 20/20 Experience, it's easy to assume that this album is full of sounds largely reminiscent of the Rat Pack, Wrong! Justin hints at old school styles while still tapping into a formula similar to that of his sophomore album, FutureSex/LoveSound. Rhythmic tracks like "Tunnel Vision" and "Let the Groove Get In" give off a more mature feel than its predecessors "My Love" and "Sexy Back". The 20/20 Experience definitely reveals Timberlake's growth as an artist. "Blue Ocean Floor" closes the album with hushed/muted music and subtle melody, definitely a favorite, it leaves you with chills. This album is a win. I can't wait for the sequel, set to be released later this year