August and Everything After was the first studio album release from the Counting Crows. The album was released on September 14, 1993 and drew a great amount of success from the launch of the album due to the hit single “Mr. Jones.” Though being a hit, the song never made it to the Billboard Hot 100 Charts. August And Everything After managed to peak at #4 on the Hot 200 and still stands to this day being their top selling album. Counting Crows still make music today with their last album coming out in 2014, but they have hinted at a new album coming very soon.[Read more…]
After almost a 10 year hiatus the Jonas Brothers returned with the much anticipated album, Happiness Begins on June 7th of this year. The resurgence of the Jonas Brothers brought old fans into a nostalgic feel as if they were still a 6th grader in middle school.[Read more…]
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Ariana Grande released her fifth studio album, thank u, next, on February 8, 2019. It was the follow up album to her hit album Sweetener which was released in August of 2018 so it was a quick turnaround for Grande. She hinted at the possible album’s release with the release of her first single from the album titled thank u, next which gained a lot of success. The next two singles gained minor success compared to thank u, next, but after the release of her third single, 7 rings, she officially announced the album and the release date, February 8, 2019. The album had immense success from the beginning with three top 10 hits and all twelve songs peaked within the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 which is very impressive for a single artist on one album.[Read more…]
Khalid burst onto the scene with his first release and first hit song, Location, at the young age of 18. Khalid rose to stardom while he was still in high school. The young R&B/Pop star wasn’t done with his first release and followed it up with a hit record, American Teen, which peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 which is very impressive for a young inspiring artist. American Teen goes through the thoughts and feelings as well, an American Teen. The album as a whole was successful especially to younger audiences, who relate to the events of high school.[Read more…]