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Young the Giant | Heat of the Summer | Single Review

Elektra Off their blazing set at Grandoozy, Young the Giant debuted an electric new single from their upcoming fourth album, Mirror Master. “Heat of the Summer” kicks off with a fiery intro featuring heavy percussion and an effortless guitar progression. The group quickly makes a

Ritt Momney | Pollution/Disclaimer | Single Review

No Label “Pollution / Disclaimer” by independent artist Ritt Momney is the combination of two short keyboard songs. The first begins as a slow, single note melody then effortlessly transforms into a powerfully subtle drum beat. Rather than being grabbed by the instrumental backing, lead

Joji | SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK | Single Review

88rising Joji Miller, the upcoming new hip hop artist, released a new single “SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK.” The song is released in anticipation of his new album BALLADS 1. The song has the signature sad feeling that was present in his first single “Will

Prince | Mary Don’t You Weep | Single Review

Warner Bros. The posthumous single from the late and great Prince, “Mary Don’t You Weep,” reveals a side of the iconic multi-instrumentalist and producer. The track comes from a vaulted Prince album entitled Piano and Microphone 1983 and features just those two things. It’s bluesy

Twenty One Pilots | Levitate | Single Review

Fueled by Ramen “Levitate” is the newest single by Twenty One Pilots. Unlike their other songs, there is only rapping involved. The background consists of both synth and drums that somewhat overpower Tyler Joseph’s voice. By doing this, it draws the listener in and invites

Gabbie Hanna | Honestly | Single Review

No Label Gabbie Hanna’s new single “Honestly” tells a powerful story of being in a toxic relationship. The lyrics, “Got me second guessing everything you say / Thinking that I know you, but you’re really a stranger,” represent that. Not only do the lyrics show

Kayla Rae | Practice | Single Review

Self Produced In her new single, “Practice,” Denver artist, Kayla Rae’s voice is smooth and soulful. The background consists of a few female vocals and an occasional snap-and-drum beat, which gives off an R&B feel. Throughout the song, there is a pace that varies from

Ariana Grande | God is a woman | Single Review

“God is a woman” makes for a perfect comeback single from Ariana Grande after her year-long hiatus following the horrific events in Manchester. The second single off her upcoming album, Sweetener, kicks off with a sultry chord progression to create the perfect duet with Grande’s