My sincerest apologies for the two day absence but I needed time to collect my thoughts.
Melanie Fiona has a new album out. Well, to be more precise, the album has been released since mid-March. ‘The MF Life‘ is the singer’s sophomore effort highlighting a turning point in her life. The music comes harder this time around. The words are real and unapologetic. It’s Melanie Fiona like you’ve never heard her before, and after listening to the new album you’ll completely understand what I’m talking about. Continue reading “[Music Review] Melanie Fiona’s ‘The MF Life’”
It’s a “nappy boy” and “pretty boy” reunion. T-Pain has released the music video for his latest single “Best Love Song” featuring the smooth singing r&b/pop star Chris Brown. The single is evidently influenced by rock so its only natural that the video would be shot in a fictional rock club. The concept is basically a competition between T-Pain and Brown over a girl who … Continue reading T-Pain & Chris Brown rocks out in new MV
Gone are the days when singers were freely and passionately singing without the help of “pitch correction”, yes, I am referring to the infamous auto-tune. This is a continuation of my previous post, “what do you think about auto-tune?” Why the continuation you wonder? it’s because i’m truly annoyed with this audio processor that is plaguing the music industry.
Too many artists are utilizing auto-tune into their music: Ke$ha, T-Pain, The Black Eyed Peas, Akon, Kanye West, Jason Derulo, Rihanna, Lil Wayne, and quite a few others. I found it rather ironic that Jay-Z released a single titled “DOA (Death of Auto-tune)”, but still used the device on another track, and on the same album (ain’t that funny).
Continue reading “Auto-Tune 2: Will The Real Singers Please Stand Up”
I don’t know about you guys, but whenever I hear an artist using autotune in their music, to me it’s like they aren’t good singers so they use the proprietary audio processor to adjust their vocals. It disguises or conceals what doesn’t sound good; “Pitch correction” is what critics call it. I much rather go to a concert with singers singing live, rather than listen … Continue reading What Do You Think of Auto-Tune?