Last year, Rae Sremmurd released a triple album called SR3MM, which included the debut solo albums by both Swae Lee (Swaecation) and Slim Jxmmi (Jxmtro). Since then, Swae Lee has been featured on tracks from Madonna and Miley Cyrus. Tonight we hear two new Swae songs, “Sextasy” and “Won’t Be Late” … More »
America’s audacious star child, Miley Cyrus, has unfurled her first arm, SHE IS COMING, of her forthcoming, three-part EP series, SHE IS MILEY CYRUS.
Riding sidecar for Cyrus’s new EP is a wrecking ball of a guest roster. With support arriving in the form of Swae Lee‘s inviting intimations on “Party Up The Street,” to Ghostface Killah’s cutting outro verse on “D.R.E.A.M.,” among a sundry of other iridescent industry icons, including RuPaul, Mark Ronson, and “23” collaborator, Mike WiLL Made-It. Cyrus’s not-so-surreptitious lyric on the EP’s “Cattitude:” “I love you, Nicki, but I listen to Cardi.” incited quite a frenzy following her recent live performance of the song at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend. Miley attempted to clip the contention in an interview with Roman Kemp, speaking highly of both Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, to whom the lyric alludes.
“They’re both queens,” she announced on Capital Breakfast.
The trilogy consists of EP installments entitled, SHE IS COMING, SHE IS HERE, and SHE IS EVERYTHING. The newly arrived EP is Cyrus’s first multi-track release since Younger Now of 2017. The two remaining extended plays are due for release before 2019’s end.
Remember when we thought Miley Cyrus was officially returning to her country roots with the release of her last album, Younger Now? Well, the joke is on us because Ms. Cyrus is ushering in yet another aesthetic and artistic change. She just dropped She Is Coming, a five-song EP which seems to … More »
Sometimes you enter into a pop cultural universe late and have to work backwards to fill in the gaps. Maybe you’ve decided to binge several seasons of a popular TV show to participate in the discourse, or you’ve fallen headfirst into a musical subgenre and now have a whole canon to educate yourself on. Maybe … More »
Who are all these people? This was my first time seeing the 1975, and I was shocked at the sea of humanity in front of me, packed together closely with no easy path to the front. Granted, the Manchester band are huge in their native UK, and they’ve been playing Columbus from the beginning, working … More »
Another week brings another preview from Madonna’s upcoming album, Madame X. Madge recently announced a smattering of tour dates at intimate venues and released two singles, her Maluma collab “Medellín” and the gun violence protest “I Rise.” She also performed a hologram-aided performance of “Medellín” with Maluma … More »
In one of the first interviews promoting Vampire Weekend’s new album Father Of The Bride, Ezra Koenig mentioned experiencing a brief moment of panic upon realizing that Post Malone and Swae Lee had released a hit song called “Sunflower.” Koenig remembers thinking, “We have a song on this record called ‘Sunflower.’ God, we … More »
Fifth Harmony were the reigning girl group of their era. Although they never came close to the success of their closest predecessors, Destiny’s Child, the group accumulated a rabid fan base of Harmonizers and contributed some sterling songs to the mainstream pop canon, among them “BO$$,” “Sledgehammer,” “Messy,” and their one top 10 hit, the … More »
Following antagonistic posts on Slim Jxmmi’s social media accounts over the weekend, speculation began to circulate that the endearing trap duo Rae Sremmurd might be parting ways. One of Jxmmi’s now-deleted communiqués read: “I’m not Rae Sremmurd I’m slim jxmmi and ima sink or swim by myself. Not SremmLife. Y’all won it’s a … More »