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Jul 3, 2020
VineTheWalker -
71
Tracker for instant worldwide hits, Colores is a summoning to a bohemian lifestyle and an invite to joy J Balvin's playboy weekend, free of the taxes that it would cost. Get comfortable to fraternize the second partner of the invite, Sky Rompiendo, the co-writer of every single song and responsible for producing some of its chromesthesia lists.

As the performer says, he gives us without having to ask for, kinda trying to blur the purpose of making smash hits covered with some spontaneity. It ... read more
Jun 26, 2020
VineTheWalker -
80
On the rigorous burst of the splendorous singles 'Spotlight', 'Save a Kiss', and 'Ooh La La', here is the brand new record: What's Your Pleasure? The album is enormous at the first, starts in high-level a study in the reinvention, a pause of a pale vanilla catalog to embrace, smartly, the creativity and the odd productions from the very James Ford and other incredible producers, such a fresher awake. Simplified but not mediocre love letters for the modern dancehalls, and the romancists on the ... read more
Jun 23, 2020
VineTheWalker -
91
Miguel takes us on a heavenly and novelty trip. The talented singer and songwriter Miguel J. Pimentel establish as a moonbeam rock star, yet young and focused, rooted in — guess what, the unthinkable — City of Angels. Delivered to both treacherous and ambitious musically zones, his haughtiness passion for sex, drugs, romance, and arts gladly fullies with no single embarrassment. His energy emanates power and youth on each belting vocal. The ennui does not exist here, nothing close ... read more
Jun 5, 2020
VineTheWalker -
81
Nathan Micay is concerned about the rhumbs of the contemporary, the way distant (but not so much as well) inevitable crumble of the known-world and the building of a new cosmos. The DJ has the kind of Deus Ex Machina symptoms of this generation and reinforces the idea, throbbing constantly with strings and basses. The World I'm Going To Hell For is a political rejoinder, like any politics it may not please everyone, especially in the inconstant phases of but stills a senile and sober material, ... read more
Jun 4, 2020*
VineTheWalker -
67
Chromatica is a familiar pace, something between The Fame and ARTPOP that hauls Gaga into her own pop boundaries. Babylon far really struts it out with or without a BloodPop® remix, a deeply and coherent biblical themed song about freedom, religious censorship and gay pride, it is pretty remarkable and as well as her fans also idols would be proud of — come on, it is almost an epic track. Some will say that the vulnerability of the record is 'a thing' but what no one can deny is that ... read more
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