Bruno Mars and Anderson. Paak gave the masses a taste of what’s to come and increased anticipation for the duo’s joint-album with the record “Leave The Door Open“. The news … Continue Reading A Glimpse of Silk Sonic
Music is such a great pastime, motivator and comforter, an ancient way of expression. Music was heavily integrated with the lifestyle of our ancestors millennia’s ago and continues to go … Continue Reading 5 Artists You Probably Haven’t Heard Of
Lucky Daye should be a name that we are familiar with so introductions and pleasantries are things of the past. But before I delve in, I would like to wish everyone … Continue Reading Lucky Daye: Table For Two
Pink Sweat$ may not be on the average music listeners playlist nor will his incredible content creation talents be general knowledge, but this debut album is sure to change all … Continue Reading Pink Sweat$’ PINK PLANET
Boris Johnson isn’t the first disliked Prime Minister, and he certainly won’t be the last. “Being disliked” seems to come with the territory of being Prime Minister. However, one thing … Continue Reading Boris Johnson and Capitalism
I haven’t prayed in a while, not intentionally of course. But the thought always escapes me, and when I do happen to remember I procrastinate… its a vicious cycle. It … Continue Reading Struggling To Make Time For My Spirit
I love discovering new artists via DSP’s, delving deeper into the figurative cake that is music. Cutting through the “mainstream” layer and giving names I have never come across a … Continue Reading Omah Lay – What Have We Done EP
Instinctively as social creatures; the need, or rather the desire for attention. Whether it be insignificant or significant, its always present. Being granted attention seems to send our dopamine hormone … Continue Reading The Need For Attention
Every year, artists and fans alike are adamant that the GRAMMYs are irrelevant in terms of determining what should be considered great music. And that the GRAMMYs shouldn’t hold any … Continue Reading The SCAMMYs
I know… talking about death is never a comfortable conversation. However, it is one of, if not the only certainty we have in life. Therefore, I believe talking about it … Continue Reading Does Death Scare You?
Omarion has never been a favorite of mine when it came to artists, or music. I admit, “Ice Box” is and forever will be a classic record. I remember that … Continue Reading Omarion: Kinection
My first blog about intermittent fasting was received pretty well, so I decided to return with an update on my journey with the time restricted practice. So, my 36HR fast … Continue Reading Intermittent Fasting (Continued)
Much to my surprise and satisfaction, Burna Boy dropped an album yesterday. Titled Twice As Tall, I instantly knew he was about to be in his conceited bag with the … Continue Reading Burna Boy: Twice As Tall
I’ve been thinking a fair deal about the gargantuan impact that coronavirus has had on everyday life. These thoughts have circulated on and off in my head way before the … Continue Reading Recession: What Does This Mean For Graduates?
My sister has always had a knack for the use of persuasive language, and this confirms it. Initially, I was certain that I wouldn’t be a participant in any form … Continue Reading Intermittent Fasting
Feels good to finally be able to utilise my gym membership again. What was effectively 4-months being locked out of the gym (within good reason). Felt more like 7-8, my … Continue Reading THE Best Hobby I’ve Ever Had.