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SINGLE REVIEW: Noah Cyrus – I’m Stuck

While “Stay Together” is still receiving decent airplay and we are patiently waiting for an album announcement Noah Cyrus has decided to release a song to tie you over in the meantime. “I’m… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Camila Cabello – I Have Questions

It’s been a hot minute since Camila Cabello has released her debut single “Crying In The Club” but she’s already following it up with the emotional ballad she teased in the previous tracks… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: Jessie Reyez – Kiddo

Before I pushed play on this EP I had no idea who Jessie Reyez was but by the end of it I was a certified fan. This Canadian rapper doesn’t hold back on… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Katy Perry feat. Nicki Minaj – Swish Swish

So let’s forget that “Bon Appetit” was a thing because the rest of the world already has. It flopped, epically but that’s not totally a bad thing because damage control has begun and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Liam Payne feat. Quavo – Strip That Down

With all the members of One Direction working on solo projects there was always going to be one whose debut would be lacklustre at best. And up to this point I thought that… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Camila Cabello – Crying In The Club

If you minus Harry Styles out of the equation then Camilla Cabello is the most anticipated debut release of 2017. After leaving Fifth Harmony there has been so many theories about what she… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Madison Beer – Dead

If you’re a pop music lover then Madison Beer was a name you heard quite a bit about in 2013 after Justin Bieber signed her to his label but from then on she… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Mike Perry feat. The Vamps & Sabrina Carpenter – Hands

Oh what a surprise; a new EDM song from The Vamps that sounds exactly like the previous couple of forgettable tracks they’ve released. Okay, in fairness I will admit that “All Night” was… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Bebe Rexha feat Lil Wayne – The Way I Are

Bebe Rexha is my favourite “newcomer” on the scene. Her EP “All Your Fault: Part 1” was an impressive collection of gritty pop meets RNB tracks that were full of emotion, attitude and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Iggy Azalea – Switch

Iggy Azalea is struggling to remain relevant and its really showing with her previous two lead singles from her forthcoming sophomore studio album both flopping on the charts and receiving very little media… Continue reading

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