Pink Sweat$ “Pink Planet” Album Review

Pink Planet offers listeners one safety net after the other. It’s hard to get angry listening to this album. Thankfully, it manages to charm way more than it offends, though its length may be a turnoff for casual listeners. Pink Sweat$ (real name David Bowden) harnesses a unique superpower: kindness. From the onset of hearing …

“WandaVision” Series Review

***Note: The following may contain spoilers for major events in the WandaVision series. Read at your own discretion*** I’ll admit. When I saw the first two episodes of WandaVision, I thought, “Pleasantville did this so much better.” Luckily, that wasn’t really the point. While that film and this series share a few common themes, WandaVision …

VanJess “Homegrown” EP Review

If ChloeXHalle had a younger set of sisters, it would be Nigerian R&B duo VanJess. The pair certainly started out in a similar fashion, though VanJess is in a musical lane of their own. Enter their latest project, Homegrown. As the name suggests, thematically the album centers around the duo’s journey from home recordings to …

Megan Thee Stallion “Good News” Review

Megan Thee Stallion’s album Good News has arrived, and problematic men need not apply. It’s been a rollercoaster of a year for everyone’s favorite Houstonian, but we won’t cover all of that in this post. One, there’s too much to go over. Two, you’re probably already up to speed anyway. Instead, I want to offer …

David Tribble “Thrown” Review

Sometimes, we have to find the royalty within ourselves, a task David Tribble knows can elude us. Luckily, Thrown won’t just try to inspire you to find it. Its mission is to reveal you in the process. The title Thrown is filled with double-meaning. It’s meant to invoke the feeling of being “thrown” into disarray …