One of the most anticipated albums of the year is finally here. Drake's third album, Nothing Was The Same, was released officially on September 24, but leaked more than a week prior, giving fans a chance to digest the collection that would presumably solidify Drizzy's status as rap's new top
After kind of losing her way with 2010's "Bionic," Christina Aguilera went back to the basics. The results is her new album "Lotus," an incredibly more cohesive set that sees Aguilera still trying out new genres but in a much more subtle and authentic way. The 13-track standard version of the
Usher went looking for himself on his studio album, Looking 4 Myself, and found a solid collection of songs that explore a wide range of genres, musical eras, and some uncharted territory. Like on his previous set, Raymond V Raymond, Ush continues to experiment with the euro-dance sound.
Big beats, dancefloor-ready scorchers and some of the hottest guest appearances pack Far*East Movement's newly release album, "Dirty Bass." The set revolves around the group's signature hip hop flare over dance/pop beats with artists like Justin Bieber, Tyga, Bill Kaulitz, Pitbull and more along for
No artist in recently memory has as much to prove on his sophomore album as Drake. The 25-year-old Canadian rapper/singer dropped his debut album, Thank Me Later, last year to Mount Everest-sized hype. Thankfully, the album's reception to the tune of 447,000 copies sold in its first week out, a