Giving a “Good” or “Bad” to six of March’s most highly anticipated projects.
There’s not a single bad song.
Plus: "Lean on Me" and the curious case of cover songs hitting number one.
Each of his previous works serve as a puzzle piece into this magnificent whole.
The singer’s pure talent saves the project from feeling stale.
Plus: REO Speedwagon ushers in the weepy white guy ballad era.
A former Fresh Prince gets jiggy wit it.
Videos from a recent concert are scary reminders about recent overdoses in the rap industry.