The United Kingdom’s Corinne Bailey Rae recently released a new visual for “Been To The Moon,” in preparation for her next album, titled The Heart Speaks In Whispers. After her spaceship crashes down into the sands Bailey Rae traipses through the desert, all seeming to symbolize just how far she’s come and how much further . . .
After stepping back from releasing music, Corinne Bailey Rae returned to the scene without missing a step. Providing her fans with blissful and melodic tunes, Corinne is back to establishing herself as the soulful songstress that has the pure talent of pulling at ones heart strings so effortlessly. With a new album, The Heart Speaks . . .
I like Adele. Tim likes Beyoncé. We’re both good friends, but given the results of the Grammys nearly a week ago, you’d get the sense that we shouldn’t be. The whole coverage surrounding the Grammys is symbolic of the very pernicious trend of division in our culture that seems to infect everything it touches and . . .
This isn’t an album review. This is bible study. On Valentine’s Day, God sent his only begotten son to announce the release of his new album, Future. We won’t call it self-titled, we’ll call it self-loved. And hey, I know what you’re thinking, too. “Oh, the album just dropped. You’re downloading leaks! That’s not right!” Gah-damn . . .
Broccoli City Festival is poised to take over Washington, D.C. on May 6th. The festival, which already features acts such as Solange, Rae Sremmurd, 21 Savage, and Lil Yachty, will also feature East London sensation Nao, who is coming off the success of her For All We Know album and just released a remix EP . . .