Music Review: Rihanna’s “Unapologetic”

Released: November 19, 2012

Label: Roc Nation/Island Def Jam

Purchase: Amazon

A little step up from her previous oversexed Talk that Talk, but still not even close to impressive. Unapologetic sounds mostly exhausted and rushed. There’s nothing wrong with putting out an album every year to stay current if you can handle it, but at least take the time to perform songs  that will be embedded in the hearts and minds of listeners. Sure there are likable tracks here and there, but not good enough to give goose bumps.  Continue reading “Music Review: Rihanna’s “Unapologetic””

Tyrese is righting the wrongs and STAYing

Video Of the Day

Pay keen attention to the opening mark of 1:09-1:33. The high pitched guitar notes, and the southern intonations of days gone by is just the icing on the cake in this video. There is a subtle soulful vibe throughout the song reminiscent of a beautiful era. When gentle preceded the men.

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