Album Review: Rihanna’s Talk That Talk

Well here we go again! This is the third time this week I’ve done an album review. This time, it’s genre of music is R&B and Dance. Rihanna’s new album is another heart pumping dance party. I listened to the Deluxe Edition on Spotify and unfortunately wasn’t able to hear the last three songs. I’ve heard some good comments about some of the songs. Especially, “Red Lipstick.” I heard it was leaked a few days ago, but I thought it wasn’t going to be released until next year until I looked on iTunes just awhile ago. I was wrong.

I thought I’d be nice and did my review of it. I started it off and liked first couple tracks until I got “Cockiness (Love It)” and “Birthday Cake” and then my feelings for it went out the window. Not into women talking about sex on their songs that much. I even put on my Twitter that I wasn’t feeling it as much as I hoped I would. Shortly after though I got back on the wagon and started liking it again. “Drunk On Love” and “Roc Me Out”¬† and “Farwell” are my favorites from the entire thing.

So now that I haven’t heard the last three songs and kind of don’t want to listen to them after the fact most of the songs I did listen to sucked. I hate only liking about three or four songs out of the whole damn thing. I’m picky when it comes to music. So don’t rely on my words because I say this album wasn’t best. Her best hasn’t been “Rated R” sadly. I hated her last album because of how it sounded even though she went back to her dance songs that I fell in love with during “Good Girl Gone Bad” era. I liked both of those albums. So, sorry.

Dubstep Songs. (Part 2)

I’m back on my Dubstep addiction. I literally almost bought some Dubstep songs last Friday but I didn’t know how my ears would really be able to handle it. Especially since I already keep my bass up on my iPod anyway. I knew if I put it on my stereo system it would sound pretty awesome, but I might break a window or my floor might cave in. One of these days I will. Well here are some videos I’ve found of some good remakes of Pop, Hip Hop, and Rock¬†songs that have been tranferred into Dubstep. Enjoy!