The thing is called HERstory for a damn reason: Blige made hip-hop her own.
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Modern English deserve a legacy beyond one song
Pop feels alive.
Singers is one of the best early Mount Eerie albums.
All the pomp and theatricality one might expect from both Rammstein and Pain.
Make It Last Forever is counterintuitively sexier when it’s not trying so hard.
Echo and the Bunnymen’s undisputed masterpiece.
This is an album about love, personal intimacy and sexuality, but also about race and…
An enjoyable, potent album to help close out the year.
Sébastien Akchoté’s return to the spotlight after a nearly 10-year hiatus practically begs him to…