Anyone who's followed The Vamps since their beginning has heard the progression vocally and sonically, but it's never more apparent than when they're performing live.
Bruno Mars brought his 24K Magic Tour to Brooklyn, NY for two nights this weekend and there's no denying that everyone left that venue feeling as if they'd been blessed by a man who was born for the stage.
Ed Sheeran is currently touring stadiums across North America and leaving no room for denial: he can capture audiences in venues of any size with just his voice, guitar, and a loop pedal.
Ariana Grande has dropped her highly anticipated fourth album and *insert every possible cringeworthy Sweetener pun about how dope it is here*.
The Vamps have always been great at combining high-energy dance tracks with more swoon worthy ballads, and that's still the case with the Day edition of their Night & Day album.
All of the songs released before Electric Light actually came out promised a magical project, and James Bay has not disappointed.
The duality of The Beautiful & Damned is fantastic; Gerald and G-Eazy push and pull at one another as the artist battles between his wealth and fame and the desire to maintain who he really is--just a normal guy who loves to rap