Halsey - Manic
Halsey
Manic
75
Jan 25
PRhyme - PRhyme
PRhyme
PRhyme
92
Feb 22

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Feb 8, 2020
75
Halsey's third studio album is definitely her best so far, most likely because it is her most introspective to date. The album's more memorable moments come through when Halsey opts for more traditional instrumentation, especially on tracks like "3am" and "Finally // Beautiful Stranger" where she brings to mind the likes of Alanis Morisette (who appears as a featured guest on the album) and other pop rock female artists. Even the more electropop influenced songs like ... read more
Feb 8, 2020
76
With I Disagree, Poppy shows that she can take a concept and make it her own. While it does not fully come through in certain instances on this album, the overall outcome still shines on the album's better tracks. The mix of Poppy's initial bubblegum pop sound mixed with a more hard-hitting industrial metal sound proves that it can be mixed together. (7.6 / 10)

Favorite tracks: "Bloodmoney," "Concrete," "Nothing I Need," "Sit / Stay"
Jan 29, 2020
51
There really isn't much I can say about this album. I didn't hate it, but I didn't like it either. Dustin Lynch croons on eleven tracks, but nothing is really that memorable. The first four songs make it seem as though this album is going to be a very reflective album (considering that it is named after Lynch's hometown). But after "Ridin' Roads" (which seems as if it's been around for over two years), the songs that Lynch's fourth studio album has to offer are just...there. They ... read more
Jan 29, 2020
80
Since the release of his eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem's following releases have been inconsistent at best. He went into Revival with good intentions, but the execution was sloppy. Kamikaze was a response to the response that Revival garnered, and it was only slightly better. With Music to Be Murdered By, I believe Eminem better accomplishes what he tried to do with Revival.

My criticisms for the album:

1. The long tracklist. If this were the early 2010s, Eminem would ... read more
Jan 28, 2020
63
Coincidentally, Cole Swindell's best album (so far) is his most introspective one. Swindell made a name for himself in the mid-2010s as one of the forerunners of the bro-country scene, co-penning songs like "Chillin' It," "Ain't Worth the Whiskey," and "Let Me See Ya Girl." While songs like the aforementioned were catchy and radio-ready, there wasn't much in the way of substance with his previous catalog. Sure, he showed glimpses of substance on tracks like ... read more
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