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Enrique Iglesias is back with his new album Insomniac after a three year absence from the music scene. Uncharacteristically to the name of the album Insomniac is anything but a sleeper with most tracks being uptempo. The stand out tracks are bunched together in the begining -- but as a cohesive unit, Insominiac is a hit and miss. The album begins with the melodic spell bounding Ring My Bells. The track starts off slow and hesitates adding layers upon layers of snyths, 808s, strings, Lil' Jonesque flutes, and female backing vocals as it continues. Ring My Bells is followed by the hyper snyth... Read More

That small coffee chain Starbucks, you know the one with a shop on seemingly every corner in the world, is teaming with an individual of equal power in pop culture. On June 5, Starbucks plans to make history by hosting a Global Listening Event to celebrate the release of Paul McCartney's new album Memory Almost Full. Memory Almost Full will be released on Hear Music and is McCartney's first album on Hear Music. The "evocative, emotional, rocking" Memory Almost Full reunites McCartney with longtime producer and friend David Kahne and provides a very personal retrospective drawing upon such... Read More

If soulful rock were a crayon, its color would be called the Paul Thorn Band. Thorn, a native of Tupelo, Mississippi, former professional boxer and the son of a preacher, writes hard driving blues songs that tell raw stories which, to hear Thorn introduce them, are usually loosely based on true stories. With his very personal, tragic/comedy lyrics comes a band whose sound is proof positive that real rock and roll is actually still alive. Thorn and his band played the Princess Theater in Decatur, Alabama on Saturday May 26. They will return to northwest Alabama for the Helen Keller Music... Read More

The video playing was titled "We Takin' Over", performed by a half dozen currently popular rap artists. The basic premise is a group of rappers parading around Miami, whether it be cruising on a speedboat or driving 50 miles per hour in reverse to evade the FBI.

Five rappers deliver verses which all touch on the same themes yet have little to do with each other. T.I. runs off a quick list of the states he'™s supposedly about to take over, while Rick Ross grunts grammatically baffling couplets like "Bounce is what I does / I get money everyday, everyday I does."

Akon, famous... Read More

When Rihanna burst onto the music scene with her smash hit single Pon de Replay it was a general consensus she would fall into the one-hit wonder category. But with the help of Def Jam head Jay-Z, Rihanna has blossomed into one of the leading young female r&b artists of today and with her latest album Good Girl Gone Bad she proves that her second album and string of hits were not a fluke and establishes herself as a viable artist. Good Girl Gone Bad begins with the Jay-Z assisted infectious first single Umbrella, which finds Rihanna creating an interesting metaphor for her love with the... Read More

As Janelle Monae finishes her smoky performance two shadowy figures can be vaguely seen looking onward from backstage. They simultaneously nod their heads in approval to the beats pulsating from the speakers. Those shadowy figures are Chuck Lightning and Nate Wonder and they are the two that make up the enigma that is Deep Cotton. When the duo is not recording their own music they're working on music for other artists including the aforementioned Janelle Monae, Scar, Outkast, Bilal, DC and others under the name Wondaland Productions. Chuck and Nate met at Morehouse College while Chuck was... Read More

One can suppose that we're all subjected to that sick dream of dreams; how it's not our world, we're just living in it. Well this must be what it feels like to live in Britney's world as she mounts her "comeback" tour in California. Mickey Mouse met a former Clubhouse member on Wednesday night, as Britney Spears took the House of Blues stage at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, to show the world, supposedly, how in shape and ready to play she is. The average concert goer was met with a phalanx of Disney security, HOB Security, Anaheim Police, and every single type of media you can think of, from... Read More

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