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Single Review: “Problem” by Ariana Grande

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Who knew the young woman with that squeaky sounding voice from a Nickelodeon show is this good, in fact, as a performer and recording artist ?

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Pharrell: From singing about lap dances to being “Happy”

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N.E.R.D.

It amazes me what transformation an artist can go through over the years… such as in the case of Pharrell whom a majority of young listeners even think he is a new artist. Sorry to burst your bubble, guys. Pharrell has been active–and has worn many hats, in fact–in the music industry for more than a decade already.

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Album Review: ‘Ultrablessed’ by Sponge Cola

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For a local mainstream band like Sponge Cola to be able to release four consecutive studio albums that were all commercially successful and which garnered back to back hits are not only highly impressive but also speak well of their lasting appeal. Those are the two reasons I have decided to do a proper album review of their fifth studio-release “Ultrablessed”.

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My Top 3 songs of all time from the World Cup

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With excitement about the 2014 World Cup still at fever pitch, it is not only the memorable moments and heart-stopping surprises that are in store for football fans to take home who come from around the world. What lingers on also with them and for everyone else who hears it is the music which provides the “soundtrack” for the highlights of each game.

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Album Review: ‘Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse’ by Mariah Carey

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There was a time not too long ago when Mariah Carey was ranked the Number 1 diva in the entire world. She not only took the music industry by storm when she gave veterans like Madonna, the late Whitney Houston, and even Janet Jackson competition, she also gave them a run for their money when she burst into the music scene.

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