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By Phoenixxrocks On Monday, December 4th, 2017
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Fifth Harmony: Fifth Harmony

Fifth Harmony Fifth Harmony (Epic Records) Sometimes you think you know, but you have no idea. When it comes to Fifth Harmony, I had no idea. Now, I love a great pop record, and I’d heard all the singles, but More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Tuesday, November 28th, 2017
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Lecrae: All Things Work Together

Lecrae All Things Work Together (Reach Records/ Columbia) I love a transparent man, and Lecrae is definitely that as well as a force to be reckoned with.  I’ve had my eye on him for quite some time, but for More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Tuesday, October 31st, 2017
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Princess Nokia: 1992 Deluxe

Princess Nokia 1992 Deluxe (Rough Trade) Destiny Frasqueri aka Wavy Spice aka Princess Nokia identifies as a bruja, tomboy, New York Boricua shorty, a feminist, and queer woman who isn’t burdened, but rather More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Monday, October 23rd, 2017
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Vic Mensa: The Autobiography

Vic Mensa The Autobiography (Roc Nation/Capitol) For me, Vic Mensa kinda came out of nowhere, and I don’t make that statement lightly. I like having my ear to the streets. It’s how I choose my subjects. I usually More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Wednesday, September 27th, 2017
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Ray J and Chris Brown: Burn My Name

Ray J and Chris Brown Burn My Name (916% Entertainment) When I finally get a chance to settle in from life’s daily hustle, especially being from The Big Apple, and read the list of music reviews I’m always More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Thursday, August 10th, 2017
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SZA: Ctrl

SZA Ctrl (Top Dog Entertainment/ RCA Records) I hate to start off this review bragging, but I have a confession. I’m convinced, I have to be the second coming of Quincy Jones or Sean Combs. Why am I tooting my More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Tuesday, August 8th, 2017
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Talib Kweli and Styles P: The Seven

Talib Kweli and Styles P The Seven (Javotti Media/ 3D) I’ve had a personal experience with Talib Kweli, so I’m probably subconsciously biased. He’s also a fellow Brooklyn native. That makes me super biased More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Thursday, June 22nd, 2017
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Mary J. Blige: Strength of a Woman

Mary J. Blige Strength of a Woman (Capitol Records) There’s no other way to put it, Mary J. Blige is an R&B Icon. Her career started at Uptown Records as a backup singer in 1989 to the release of What’s the More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
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Jidenna: The Chief

Jidenna The Chief (Wondaland Records/Epic) Jidenna shouldn’t only be a name, but a description of a style. Jidenna, who grew up partially in Nigeria to a mother who worked as an accountant and a father who was More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
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Keke Wyatt: Keke Covers

Keke Wyatt Keke Covers (Aratek Entertainment) Reality television, since it’s creation, has been a bittersweet phenomenon. It was (at least to me) supposed to bring awareness to the not-so-famous people who were More...