Faith Evans is back with a bang, or probably it is just me hearing it. Well, let me clue you in about this bang. She is currently starring in her own reality show, featuring other sanging have beens: Nicci Gilbert, Monifah, Syleena Johnson and Keke Wyatt. [I have a problem with folks that are talented going the reality route. For why?? Urrgh! Do documentaries, if you want to stay relevant. ] She, alongside the other ladies, has released a new album of the same name as her show on TV One. The following is a review of her album. Enjoy.
RTrey Songz has a new album out entitled, Chapter V. Kai succinctly sums it up as: lacking depth, showing no growth, if anything, regressing creatively as an artiste. Scathing review but, as a fan, probably even stan simply put, I’m beyond devastated by this lackluster release of an album.
It has been three years since I last bought his album ‘Ready‘, which I dearly cherish. His excessive sex laced theme in subsequent albums and mixtapes, ensured a self-induced three year long fast from his music. There was a creativity void that I was looking for him to fill, of which,judging from his latest efforts, he hasn’t.
I randomly came across his announcement of a new album release on twitter two days ago, and my heart flattered a little. It was sort of like a reunion of a first love that never died. We were both willing to reconnect and give the relationship a second shot. Yap! It was all good until my hopes were shattered into tiny little microscopic mini hearts after taking a listen, prompting me to scratch my head in wonderment and ask Were we ever meant to be, or I should completely let go? Find out why this fan, is non too pleased with his latest work of
disaster oops, excuse me, art. Continue reading “[Review] Trey Songz “Chapter V””
Release Date: May 1, 2012
Label: Atlantic Records
Prepare to bob your head, rock out, stop and think, then bob your head again. “Strange Clouds” encompasses the most brilliant production a rap album has delivered all year. Are you convinced yet? Well, get to your nearest music store or visit a digital one and get a copy of this album, not some selective tracks but the entire thing cause you’ll definitely miss out if you pass on “Strange Clouds,” B.o.B‘s magnificent follow-up to his just as impressive 2010 debut.