Another year, another series of music round-ups. Our first round-up of 2021 features tracks by Trafton, Buppy, queer duo FHAT, Ahjani Azure and Olivia Rodrigo. From confidence to heartache and fear of one’s deepest desires—the featured artists explore it all. And they do it flawlessly.
Toronto dweller Kennen is a great example of how hard work and wit can help you achieve your biggest dreams. The 21-year-old singer, songwriter and a self-taught producer represents the beauty of combining the sound of today’s music with nostalgic beats from the ’80s. It’s all you could ever ask for.
This year has changed the way we understand live concerts and gigs. With the in-person events getting cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, artists had to find ways to adapt and evolve to give their audience a show of their lifetime.
This year’s been quite busy for American rapper, singer and songwriter Kid Cudi. With the releases of ‘The Scotts’ featuring Travis Scott and ‘The Adventures of Moon Man & Slim Shady’ with Eminem, Kid Cudi dropped his latest record ‘Man on the Moon III: The Chosen’ two weeks ago. However, does the final instalment do justice to Cudi’s ‘Man on the Moon’ trilogy of albums?
The complete list of nominees for the upcoming 63rd Grammy Awards was released back in November. Following its controversial ceremony last year, this time around the Recording Academy made the headlines once again. Yet, quite unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons.
Brooklyn-based music project Homeschool’s debut single is a massive indie-rock banger. Exploring their new sound, Tom D’Agustino talks us through his and best friend Zach Slater’s musical journey.