Top Music Artists (2018)

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Which artist rules music this year?

The best music artists are the ones who have a good range of tracks to flaunt. With their latest albums, these artists manage to endure, not only because of their dispositions but also for the genre they associate themselves with and their vocal qualities; seriously, nobody likes to listen to an annoying artist harp on the greatest of lyrics with a voice that risk giving you a headache. It is, thus, always great when you have your favorite artists to fall back upon all because of their brilliant work. The top music artists of the year:

  1. Maroon 5
  2. The Chainsmokers
  3. Ed Sheeran
  4. Imagine Dragons
  5. Taylor Swift
  6. Pink
  7. Sam Smith
  8. Kendrick Lamar
  9. Dua Lipa
  10. Halsey
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Easy Listening In The 80’s

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Classic songs from the 1980s

Easy listening during the eighties can be best described as eclectic, romantic and music material, which is groundbreaking, more than anything else. My favorite songs from the ’80s to chill out with:

  1. Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) – Phil Collins
  2. I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – U2
  3. Every Breath You Take – The Police
  4. Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
  5. I Want To Know What Love Is – Foreigner
  6. Man in the Mirror – Michael Jackson
  7. Bille Jean – Michael Jackson
  8. Papa Don’t Preach – Madonna
  9. Pride (In the Name of Love) – U2
  10. Say You, Say Me – Lionel Richie

Black Panther: The Album

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The original soundtrack to Black Panther (curated by Kendrick Lamar) is a reflection of what makes you look forward to the movie itself: tracks reflect the (wondrous) world that makeup the superhero’s universe, from a fictional African state to the struggles that define the life and times of a king and his kingdom, which is in peril. The range of music artists peppering the soundtrack: Zacari, James Blake, Babes Wodumo, Future and Khalid – just some of the names that also feature alongside Lamar, provide the soundtrack with a cool-enough image; the hip hop plucks are diverse but slide into memorably addictive songs sometimes too. Standout tracks include: All The Stars, Opps and The Ways.

Rating: 3/5

Kitchen Storage Choices

Kitchen Storage Choices

 

 

Younger Now

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It’s Miley Cyrus in a fresh new avatar – one that no longer appears unhinged, or taking a fork out from the overdone image of teen-sensation-gone-wild-and-serious. Cyrus’ music roots are originally country and she does a solid job of bringing that to the surface with her sixth album. It’s true, the musical image Miley is portraying is still more mature than her previous work and she is only twenty-four years old but it’s almost as if the young star has reinvented herself (again) and this time with a mix of country and pop sounds; Cyrus’ displayed her skills with songwriting on the music album too – standout tracks include: Younger Now, Thinkin’ and Malibu.

Rating: 7/10

Contemporary Moods

Contemporary Moods