On Frank Ocean’s latest album, the young singer picks up and intensifies that unique kind of pain of being human, creating a record as purely honest as it is difficult to hear.
Ocean’s self-exiling at the hands of the public’s demands for more music resulted in an album rich in meaning, but far from convention or expectation.
What’s so impressive about this release is that the artist’s often simple and incomplete experiments can still be so powerful, brushing genius.
Grant Park was ruled by women for the festival’s 25th anniversary.
Though rain clouds and light showers plagued Grant Park, the energetic atmosphere could not be dampened.
Evident from her sensational performances, Lindsey Stirling shows passion and pleasure in her work, both on and off the stage.
Ultimately, ‘iiiDrops’ introspects and reflects.
‘Everybody Looking’ deserves a listen, not because it’s Gucci’s best yet, but a sobering message of the Gucci we have yet to see.
Comprised of 13 tracks, Your Authority shows the band still has what it takes to be atop the pop punk echelon. Though they bring catchy songs, angst, energy and killer guitar licks, Good Charlotte also brings more than just good music to the album.
"Genres are breaking down, people are just thinking about music as a singular platform."