A day after his birthday J. Cole dropped Revenge Of The Dreamers with Bas and Omen, two artists signed to Cole’s Dreamville Records. The three have put together an 11-track compilation filled with reasons for and results of not giving up on their dreams. This review is going to take somewhat of a backwards
This song starts off with a slow, sweet piano introduction, in a nice flowing major mode. The right hand of the piano illustrates a lovely melody to bring some sweet color to this piece as well. The first verse of this song resembles the typical “lovey-dovey” romance song. Lines like “Don’t you know that you’re
“How” starts off with electric guitar feedback that you would normally hear when a guitarist prepares for a show. It slowly escalates into a very hollow, haunting sound with vocal feedback giving the impression of a ghost. Then a mysterious sounding melody comes in that sets the tone of more a haunting theme. This culmination
The visual for Big Sean’s “Ashley” featuring Miguel is almost as unexpected and gritty as love can be. For some, falling in love can leave them heart broken or feeling dead inside. Watch the video at the link below to see which-if any-Big Sean decided to depict.
Taking Back Sunday is back with a new album coming out on March 18th, 2014, entitled “Happiness Is.” This is their second album together as the original line up, ever since the band came back together from a change of line up in 2011. Flicker Fade is their new single off their new album. The