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Mariah the Scientist Releases New Sophomore Album ‘RY RY World’



In 2018, Mariah The Scientist released her debut album MASTER after seemingly erasing her To Die For EP on streaming platforms.

Signed to RCA/One Umbrella, MASTER featured 12 tracks that served as a deep dive into what exactly was going on in the singer’s head and whether or not she’d live to see what would happen next.

After releasing “RIP” as a teaser single, Mariah The Scientist returns with her sophomore project RY RY World. Supported by the singles “RIP,” “Always & Forever” featuring Lil Baby, “2 YOU” and “AURA,” the Atlanta singer treats us 9 tracks with Lil Baby on the aforementioned track, as well as Young Thug.

Mariah The Scientist also treats day one fans with an official stream of the To Die For EP-cut, “Brain” where she references Lil Yachty and his ‘Teenage’ tour.

Stream RY RY RY World below!

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Rosemarie Cuts Deep With NEW Soulful EP, “ROCK PAPER SCISSORS”




Rising R&B star Rosemarie brings forth an emotional EP that is a fresh breath of realness we all needed as brings us through heartbreak and a journey of self worth packed into 8 tracks.

Rosemarie’s ROCK PAPER SCISSORSis an impressive and dynamic R&B EP that showcases the singer’s soaring vocals and bold songwriting skills. Throughout the eight-track collection, Rosemarie demonstrates her range and versatility as a vocalist, drawing comparisons to the likes of Keyshia Cole and Tammy Rivera.

From the opening notes of “Siren,” Rosemarie’s confident and powerful voice takes center stage, soaring over ambient instrumentation filled with a peaceful and melancholy guitar. Her delivery is full of attitude and swagger, reminiscent of Keyshia Cole’s signature vocal style. The song opens the EP with power and longing, using the opening notes to bring an anthem of isolation.

The lyricism is telling the story of a woman struggling within her own head and trying her best to stay afloat in a world that is “never what it seems” leaving the listeners to hear her cries for help from a distance. Setting a serious and moody tone for the rest of the project, Rosemarie does a phenomenal job conveying these emotions across the album. 

But while Rosemarie’s vocals may bear some similarities to Cole’s, she brings her own unique flair to the genre. Her voice is distinct and full of personality, with a rich and emotive quality that sets her apart from her contemporaries.

This is especially evident on the EP’s standout track, “Best 2 Out Of 3.” Here, Rosemarie showcases her range and emotional depth as a vocalist, singing with raw honesty about the pain of heartbreak and the struggle to move on and start over new. Singing on staying in a relationship and trying to work out the differences, brings a sense of relatability to the project. Her voice is vulnerable and haunting, drawing the listener in and holding them captive with each note.

On the 4th track, “Aprovecha,” the singer continues to impress with her sultry and seductive vocals. The song’s hypnotic beat and sensual melody are the perfect backdrop for her voice, which drips with a sense of danger and eroticism. Her vocals are both powerful and delicate, as she sings in Spanish about the thrill of a how being taken advantage of can take a dangerous and interesting turn. This is a wonderful background to the album, as it shows the artist’s background and explores Latin R&B and reggaetón elements.

But while Rosemarie’s vocals are undeniably impressive, it’s her songwriting skills that truly set her apart. Each track on “ROCK PAPER SCISSORS” is a masterclass in R&B songcraft, with lyrics that are both introspective and relatable.

On “Fake Love,” for example, Rosemarie sings about the irresistible pull of attraction, exploring the tension between desire and restraint. The song’s pulsing beat and her breathy vocals create an atmosphere of tension that perfectly captures the track’s theme. Focusing on the singer’s pain in losing her lover and realizing that no relationship is easy and in soul searching, finding the one is hard when there is so much fake love in the world.

Similarly, “What I Like” is a powerful anthem of self-love and empowerment, with the artist declaring her independence and refusing to settle for less than she deserves. Her vocals are fierce and unapologetic, embodying the strength and confidence of the song’s message.

Throughout “ROCK PAPER SCISSORS,” Rosemarie proves herself to be a force to be reckoned with in the world of R&B. While her vocals may bear some similarities to Keyshia Cole’s, she brings her own unique perspective and voice to the genre, crafting a collection of songs that are both timeless and timely.

In an era when so much of mainstream music feels generic and cookie-cutter, Rosemarie stands out as an artist with a clear and distinct voice. “ROCK PAPER SCISSORS” is a testament to her talent and creativity, and a must-listen for fans of R&B and soul music.

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Juice WRLD’s NEW Posthumous Single “The Light”: Hope Personified



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Juice WRLD’s eccentric vocals and electronic harmonies find a way to bring happiness to our grey world with a message of perseverance and hope in new 3 minute emo-rap single.

Juice WRLD‘s team has released the latest single “The Light” , in anticipation for the rapper’s third and final posthumous album, “The Party Never Ends.” This single showcases the late artist’s undeniable talent for crafting emotionally resonant and catchy tracks. From the opening notes, the song’s hazy and dreamlike production sets the tone for a melancholic yet uplifting journey, taking us on a trip through the artist’s mind. forming a sense of relatability by showing the ups and downs of his struggles.

Lyrically, Juice WRLD reflects on the struggles of addiction while in the spotlight and the toll it takes on mental health. He acknowledges the dark thoughts and insecurities that come with the view of the public eye, but ultimately chooses to focus on the light that can be found amidst the darkness when choosing to act by love rather than relapse into addiction. His flow is smooth, as he effortlessly switches between singing and rapping, conveying a range of emotions with ease.

Lines like “Some people get hurt and never love again, Some people get hurt and give the drugs a binge, Some people get dressed and go and hit the club to mend, There’s no love in one-night stands, but you can play pretend “ highlight the artist’s vulnerability and introspection, always hitting on how many people will put on a metaphorical mask to go about day by day, when inside they are struggling. His lyricism was a vessel to bring awareness to his fans and many others showing that they will never struggle alone and that love will preserve, so to not give up no matter where they are in life.

Musically, “The Light” features a hypnotic and infectious hook that will stick in your head long after the song ends. The production is phenomenal, combining shimmering synths with trap beats to create a lush and atmospheric backdrop for Juice WRLD’s vocals .The use of autotune is subtle and tasteful, enhancing the overall feel of the song without overpowering it. The beat drop towards the end of the track is a powerful moment, as the late rapper delivers a heartfelt message of hope and perseverance.

Overall, “The Light” is another strong entry in Juice WRLD’s discography and a testament to his songwriting prowess. While it’s bittersweet to hear new music from the artist following his tragic passing, the track serves as a fitting tribute to his legacy and the impact he had on the music world. However, with news that the final posthumous album should be out sometime later this year, it is only right to be excited to celebrate and appreciate the music that was left for us to enjoy.


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6LACK Shakes The Ground After 5 Year Hiatus: Drops New Album “Since I Have A Lover”

6LACK’s return to music and the media after 5-year vacancy sums up self-love, enlightenment, and the inner meanings of existence within a 19-track soul-driven R&B masterpiece.



6LACK Reveals Tracklist for New Album ‘Since I Have A Lover’
Album Cover For Since I Have A Lover

After a half-decade-long dry spell, 6LACK returns with his highly anticipated third studio album, “Since I Have a Lover.” Known for his introspective and moody R&B sound, 6LACK does not disappoint with this latest offering. With 19 tracks spanning just under an hour, “Since I Have a Lover” is a cohesive and well-crafted album that showcases 6LACK’s growth as an artist and songwriter. He has heightened his mind with the truest understanding of love and self-exploration. In so, taking this time away from the spotlight truly gives us an elevated and exuberant collection of songs.

The album starts strong with the opening track “cold feet,” which sets the tone for the rest of the project. The song shuffles through several recorded messages: the first being what seems to be a fan doing a spoken letter to the artist, Ricardo Valentine also known as 6LACK, explaining how she needs new music immediately. The track then stutters and switches to a conversation between 6LACK and his daughter about “being someone.” It then repeats back to the fan letter in which she ends by saying, “…and your fans are starving, so feed us.” 6LACK used these recordings to show the growing pressure he faced from fans and the media to release a new project whilst on his leave.

Facing this pressure can cause fear or even getting “cold feet” when it comes to producing the new project since there were many years in between there is always the uncertainty of living up to expectations. 6LACK’s way of capturing the fear and the essence of pushing forward is absolutely phenomenal in this opening track.

From there, the album takes the listener on a journey through love, heartbreak, spirituality, and self-reflection. Tracks like “Talk” and “Talkback” showcase 6LACK’s vulnerability as he writes about how he struggled with mental health issues, leaving him to seek help through therapy and other resources. On the other hand, songs like “B4L” and “wunna dem” offer more upbeat and energetic moments, focusing on the way to incorporate love and joy into our lives to find our inner peace.

One of the standout tracks on the album is “Temporary,” which features guest vocals from hip-hop star, Don Toliver. The two artists complement each other perfectly, with Don Toliver’s unique and captivating vocals adding depth and harmony to the track. Another standout is “Inwood Hill Park” a hauntingly beautiful track focusing on self-development and forming a new lifestyle based on finding a newfound lover.

Throughout the album’s entirety, 6LACK’s lyrics are introspective and personal, exploring sensitive themes. He doesn’t shy away from culpability, often sharing his struggles and insecurities with the listener. This level of honesty and authenticity is what sets 6LACK apart from many of his peers in the R&B genre. Even within the album itself, he strays away from his usual ambient beats and moody tones and brings forth a sense of psychedelia into the sound.

Queuing in on buzzing acoustic guitars and lighter sounds, 6LACK truly reinvented himself and his entire sound on this new project, allowing us to view his craft from a new perspective than what was seen on “FREE 6LACK” and “East Atlanta Love Letter.” Almost as if the artist has allowed us to relive his journey of development one emotion at a time.

Overall, “Since I Have a Lover” is a strong and cohesive album that showcases 6LACK’s growth and change over the past five years and gives us way to view life in an way that uniquely and comfortably human . It’s groundbreaking and introspective sound makes it the perfect soundtrack for anyone going through mental health issues or a period of self-reflection. If you’re a fan of 6LACK’s previous work, this album is worth a listen.

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