Album of the Week: ‘The Ride’ by Nelly Furtado

Nelly Furtado’s, “The Ride” came out in March 2017 during an important time of my life. I was nearing the end of my college career and going through several emotional roller coasters that I somehow survived but nonetheless, the album got me me through. What seemed like a grim moment this now, independent artist unveils a masterpieces that speaks life into the soul. Songs about … Continue reading Album of the Week: ‘The Ride’ by Nelly Furtado

Album of the Week: ‘Need You Now’ by Lady A

The ‘Need You Now‘ album by Lady A is one of my personal favorites because it goes through every emotion of love one could ever imagine. Some happy, sad, and contemplative, each songs takes you a space and time that feels nostalgic. As a kid, I put this CD in the DVD player and turn the volume up to the max while pretending¬† I was … Continue reading Album of the Week: ‘Need You Now’ by Lady A

Album of the Week: ‘Havoc and Bright Lights’ by Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette has always been an artist, a visionary, and creatively blunt. I was introduced to her in 2003, when Vh1 actually played music videos daily, via the song ‘Everything.’ A classic that should not go unnoticed. Another day, I woke up at like 5am and heard ‘You Outta Know’ and a year or two later Alanis’s remake of ‘Crazy’ by Seal solidified the deal … Continue reading Album of the Week: ‘Havoc and Bright Lights’ by Alanis Morissette

Album of the Week: ‘Cageless’ by Hedley

This album is everything. I stumbled upon Cageless on Tidal (my favorite streaming service) and was just feeling the vibe it was giving off– the lyrics, the instrumentals, the arrangements I can go on. Each song alludes to a variety of emotions in regards to love and despair. Hidden behind happy notes, each performance evokes an emotion that only someone who cannot express their feelings … Continue reading Album of the Week: ‘Cageless’ by Hedley