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‘True To Self’ Album Review: Bryson Tiller Shifts His Focus On Production

Bryson Tiller debuted his sophomore LP “True To Self” (May. 26) nearly a month early. Was it better than “TrapSoul?” Let me explain.

Britney Spears 'Britney Jean' album sampler released, showcase inconsistent album from will.i.am's heavy hand [REVIEW]

To fit with Britney Jean's snippets being released, Music Times will do a short snippet track review for each of the songs. Check out first impressions of Britney Jean below:

St. Lucia 'When the Night' Review, Full Album Stream [LISTEN]: Jean-Philip Grobler's Latest Record Puts Brooklyn Back on the Music Map

Brooklyn-based songwriter Jean-Philip Grobler performs under the name St Lucia, a genre-redefining electronica outfit that caused plenty of buzz at a handful of summer music festivals this year. St. Lucia's first LP, When the Night, embraces the ...

Album REVIEW: John Mayer 'Paradise Valley' Blends Together Soft Rock of 'Your Body Is A Wonderland' With Folk and Country Influences [VIDEOS]

John Mayer's career seems to ebb and flow. The always-successful singer/songwriter and guitarist has changed his tune over the course of his 13-year career. Beginning as a soft rock god, Mayer has developed in to a mature, rootsy...

REVIEW: Ariana Grande 'Yours Truly' Full Album Snippets Released on iTunes, 'Sam & Cat' Star Proves She Can Balance Youth, Adult Audience on Debut Album [VIDEOS]

REVIEW: Ariana Grande 'Yours Truly' Full Album Snippets Released on iTunes, 'Sam & Cat' Star Proves She Can Balance Youth, Adult Audience on Debut Album [VIDEOS]

The Wild Feathers 'The Wild Feathers' Album Review: Can Nashville Band Break Past the Americana 'Ceiling' of Contemporaries Dawes, Houndmouth? [VIDEO]

There's a new denim-clad, Southern-fried band in town. The Wild Feathers, a five-piece rock outlet from Nashville dropped their debut album this week, fittingly titled "The Wild Feathers."

ALBUM REVIEW: The Civil Wars, 'The Civil Wars:' 'The One That Got Away' Band's Breakup Hard to Separate From Emotionally-Charged Second Record [VIDEO]

There was a lot of tension when The Civil Wars recorded its second self-titled album. The pain, anger and rifts that occurred between band members Joy Williams and John Paul White are hard to ignore when reviewing "The Civil Wars"...

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