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Story by Aaliyah Johnson/Contributing Writer DaBaby became the breakout star of 2019 with his hit album “Baby on Baby” back in March, which contained his hit song “Suge”. That song peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard charts just two months later in June. His particular style and rap flow runs parallel to many others …

Photo Courtesy of Udiscovermusic Story by Savannah Odeneal/Contributing Writer The Lumineers, an American Folk-Rock band, dropped their third album Friday. The band has  previously released two albums– “The Lumineers” in 2012 and “Cleopatra” in 2016– to stunning acclaim. The Lumineers performed at Tennessee’s very own music festival, Bonnaroo, this past summer where they played a …

Photo Courtesy of CMT Story by Liz Juengling/Contributing Writer The Country supergroup The Highwomen released their highly anticipated, self-titled debut album on Sept. 6.  The group includes female powerhouses Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires, Maren Morris and Natalie Hemby. They joined with Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb, who produced the entire record. The group released the album …

Photo courtesy of Billboard Story by Diah Marche/ Contributing Writer DJ Khaled released his 11th studio album, titled “Father of Asahd,” on Friday, and the album is already set to become one of summer’s biggest jams. The album is named for his son Asahd, who was named executive producer on DJ Khaled’s last album “Grateful.” …

Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Story by Meraleigh Queener / Contributing Writer  Cage The Elephant was formed in 2006 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and relocated to England, where they erratically and unmistakably reached the English charts, lighting their path to success. They’re widely known for their distinct style engulfed in the various tasteful elements of indie …

Photo courtesy of andersonpaak.com Story by Enrique Geronimo / Contributing Writer In November 2018, Anderson .Paak escaped his usual smooth-edged beats and soulful singing to create an album that was a bit rougher around the edges, with his album “Oxnard.” Only six months later, Paak has followed up that release with his newest, “Ventura.” On …