“Lose You To Love Me” – Selena Gomez

[Photo courtesy of the artist via Billboard] Selena Gomez has returned with the heartfelt ballad "Lose You To Love Me" and news of an upcoming third studio album. Within its first week, the song hit Billboard's Hot 100 at No. 15 and went to No. 1 on Digital Song Sales. A mere 24 hours after … Continue reading “Lose You To Love Me” – Selena Gomez

“What If I Never Get Over You” – Lady Antebellum

[Photo courtesy of John Shearer via Country Now] After two years, Lady Antebellum has re-emerged with a lead single, "What If I Never Get Over You" from their new album Ocean, debuting Nov. 15. This album will be the first release since the trio, Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood, switched record labels from Capitol … Continue reading “What If I Never Get Over You” – Lady Antebellum

“Mother” – Charlie Puth

[Photo courtesy of Press/Atlantic Records via NME] Showcasing a beautiful voice and infectious melodies, Charlie Puth has been at the top of the pop charts since his hit "See You Again" in 2015. From there, his perfect pitch and catchy lyrics awarded him the title "pop prodigy." Now, he is working on a new sound … Continue reading “Mother” – Charlie Puth

“Never Be Sorry” – Old Dominion

[Photo courtesy of the artist via band's Instagram] If you are looking for a better outlook on a past relationship, Old Dominion has one in their new single, "Never Be Sorry." Over the past few years, Old Dominion has left their mark on the country scene, scoring six No. 1 hits, and in 2018, winning … Continue reading “Never Be Sorry” – Old Dominion

“Juice” – Lizzo

[courtesy of the artist via NPR] On June 17, I turned on the MTV Movie and TV Awards with the sole purpose of seeing the kids of Stranger Things present, and little interest in who would win what award. However, a gospel voice and driving beat grabbed my attention as musical guest, Lizzo, stole the … Continue reading “Juice” – Lizzo

Three-Thirty

Eccentric synth sounds, head-turning melodies, and catchy lyrics describe the three-piece band, AJR. Brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met began playing in 2005 in New York City busking the streets until they could afford to buy instruments and recording equipment. From there, the band began writing, recording, and producing from their living room so that … Continue reading Three-Thirty

Look Through My Window

The ‘60s. A decade where psychedelic drugs and peace became the mantra of the hippie movement, the Vietnam War was at its height, and people began to demand more freedom. The American culture was changing, and along with it, so was the music. In the middle of this change was The Mamas and the Papas. … Continue reading Look Through My Window