Monthly Archives: July 2014

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Robin Thicke – Paula | Review


Robin Thicke delivers a lackluster breakup album

Hello readers,

Today I am here to talk about breakup albums. It is an undeniable fact that the best music comes from pain, and I was sincerely hoping that Paula would be Robin Thicke’s Here My Dear. Unfortunately, it is my sad duty to confirm what we probably all knew, all along. Robin Thicke is not some sort of musical genius, he can’t turn his personal misery into a classic album. But we all knew that, right? Allow me to get personal with you for a moment and take you through my journey with Paula.
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Iggy Azalea - The New Classic

Iggy Azalea – The New Classic | Review


Evaluating hip-hop’s new classic

Iggy Azalea is not the most popular figure in the hip-hop world, and she certainly isn’t helping this popularity by naming her debut album, The New Classic. She should know better than to throw around words such as ‘classic’, when promoting it, let alone including it in the title.

It’s things like this that are sure to rile up the people who like to argue about rap music on the internet, aka hercore fanbase. I think the title was a poor move from Ms. Azalea, especially because she knows damn well that this album is not the new classic. If it was all part of a grand plan to get people talking about her, then she has succeeded.
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