Whether or not you agree with the nominations, you can still agree that R&B is far from talentless.
At first listen, “M A N I A” may seem a little extreme and a lot to take in, but, at the end of the day, it’s one catchy album with songs that you’ll catch yourself humming when you least expect it.
Murder, lies, and secrets come together in Karen M. McManus’s debut young adult novel One of us is Lying. Five students, Bronwyn, Addy, Nate, Cooper and Simon, who, in any other circumstance, would never have crossed paths, receive detention one Monday afternoon. However,
The musical’s mysterious title, 35MM, provides the quintessential jumping point for viewers to dive into the artistry, directed by Mr. Johnpaul Moccia with music and lyrics by 33-year-old musical composer Ryan Scott Oliver, all based on a series of photographs by Matthew Murray.
It’s already fall, and the genre of R&B is slowly transitioning from melancholic hard beats to joyful and “love is in the air” type rhythms. Released in late 2016, Roy Woods’ Waking at Dawn is one of the most memorable soul albums someone could produce. The reason? His undefined style and mesmerizing voice. With lo-fi hip hop vibes and a heavenly, echoing alto whispering in your ears, there’s no way someone could dislike Woods for his talent.