Miley Cyrus captures L.A. vibes in “Endless Summer Vacation”

Endless Summer Vacation seems to signal the end of Cyrus’ experimental era and establish herself in a sound that is unmistakably hers.

TWICE is “Ready To Be” Set Free with new mini album

The album manages to stand its ground amongst all other releases for being another consistently enjoyable album from the group.

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Young individuals around the country have been enthralled by their love for music.

In conversation with Arekta Rock Band

Arekta Rock Band’s upcoming album, Ghum Paranor Gaan, is set to be released on November 25.

A definitive ranking of FIFA World Cup theme songs

The world cup theme songs work wonders in evoking the right emotions and striking the correct chord.

Her Loss is somewhat of an artistic evolution for Drake

The record may venture out and explore new territory, but it doesn't leave a mark like his early music used to.

Midnights: Taylor Swift's darkest album to date

On October 21 2022, Swifties worldwide rejoiced as American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift finally released her tenth studio album, Midnights.

Lalon Shah lives on among the youth through modern folk fusion

Celebrate Lalon Shah on his 132nd death anniversary.

A deep dive into Korean R&B music

What sets K-R&B apart from its western counterpart is its multilingual fluidity and wordplay.

5 Korean R&B artists you don’t want to miss out on

For listeners who want to tune into the genre.

What does “sampling” add to music?

Sampling is a tool used widely in the industry and is arguably one of the foundational or primary components of modern music.

An Introspection, 5 Years of “Blonde”

Five years ago today, Frank Ocean released Blonde into the world.

We’re "Happier Than Ever" with Billie Eilish’s new music

The album is noticeably more mature than her first.