Music Review: Usher’s ‘Looking 4 Myself’

Release: June 12, 2012

Label: RCA

Purchase: Amazon | iTunes

Usher‘s latest sounds like a battle between r&b, pop, and dance. It’s a great mixture nonetheless, and I did enjoy every single track. I must admit I wasn’t expecting to being that David Guetta contributed to the album (sorry I’m not a fan of his generic sound). However, there were a couple tracks that won me over completely.Β 

Looking 4 Myself is a wonderful depiction of where the artist is at this point in his life. It signifies where he’s going next with his music, and whether he’s prepared to take it to the next step. Trust me when I say that after you finish listening to this one, you’ll be convinced that Usher has indeed found himself and should look no further. I strongly suggest getting the deluxe version, that one’s even hotter. Continue reading “Music Review: Usher’s ‘Looking 4 Myself’”

[Review] Enrique Iglesias’ “Ayer”

Enrique Iglesias has always been a passionate singer and songwriter. His songs are ever so emotionally driven, seductive, intense, and other descriptions that could be too inappropriate and i’m unable to list in this post. His latest release is no different; “Ayer“, literally translated to “Yesterday“, is a deep but sexy single all at once. The lyrics tell the story of a love that used to be, is still present, but both are no longer together. Enrique is letting her know that despite whatever took place, he will always be there no matter what.Β  Continue reading “[Review] Enrique Iglesias’ “Ayer””