Tagged: music review

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Blaque Nubon

By Claire Morrison What would you get if you combined a boy from the townships, a hard-hitting message, and electric soul, set to a beat that makes you wanna dance? The answer is the music...

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Shaun Jacobs Band

By Janelle Arnold Love Can Define Us The best way to listen to music is in the car, driving to a location at least one album-length away. Surround sound, complementary scenery, open road –...

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So It Ends – S.O.

By Marvin Kimani After a two year hiatus, Seun Otukpe (better known by his stage name, S.O.) is back in action. His latest album is called So It Ends and it was released on 16 October...

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One Love Revolution – Pillar

By Matt O’Kelly After an impressive eight album discography, Pillar looked like they were on their way out. Limiting their performances drastically after the release of their 2009 album, Confessions, Pillar seemed to be going into...

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JGivens – Fly Exam

By Simba Choto Over the past decade the Christian hip hop genre has blessed us with quite a handful of exceptional and timeless concept albums. Da’ T.R.U.T.H’s The Faith, Lecrae’s Rebel and Swoope’s Wake Up...

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Jon Foreman: The Wonderlands

By Mkhokheli Ncube Jon Foreman is one of the most prolific musicians of our time. The lead singer, guitarist, main songwriter and co-founder of Switchfoot has released his second album called The Wonderlands. The plan...

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Andy Mineo – Uncomfortable

By Marvin Kimani On 18 September 2015, Reach Records artist, Andy Mineo, dropped his sophomore album called Uncomfortable.  This album comes two years after the extremely well received Heroes for Sale, of which it would...