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By Paul Lester “In the most direct way, we’re trying to be post-Timbaland,” says Kelela Mizanekristos, one of several new female artists operating in the realm of what could be termed experimental R&B. “We’re taking that sound and pushing it. I … Continue reading
Her new self-titled cd is growing on me. Nicki Minaj is always a plus.
Here’s a playlist of new singles that are available now or are coming soon. This week the playlist features Beyonce, Sean Paul, Ciara, J. Cole, Sean Garrett and more artists. If you like any of them their albums are out or will … Continue reading
Like Ciara and Mya, Ashanti is trying to survive in a Beyoncé and Rihanna world. That’s a tough task. Unlike Ciara and Mya however, Ashanti has been able to stay true to her brand, stay relatively successful, and continue to expand and nurture her acting … Continue reading
This is her best outing since her début tracks on “Goodies.” I feel like Ciara has missed the boat. Her time was definitely the last decade. That’s her management’s fault, however. This is a Rihanna/Beyonce world now. Ciara’s sound must develop and mature beyond this to keep … Continue reading
Ciara’s trying to stay relevant. The costuming is not the greatest. “Fly” fanny pack and high-heeled Chuck Taylor’s? That’s ratchetness. The stepping tho is fierce and she’s looking fine as ever. Note to Ciara: stick to modelling for Wilhelmina for now until … Continue reading