Articles tagged estelle

6 Apr 2015 // 2:02 AM

Estelle: True Romance

The British singer-songwriter returns with a wide range of styles to conquer our imaginations. The result? A partial victory.

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Erosion Nearly Complete, Music Industry Begins Reconstruction at SXSW 2010

SXSW conference attendees took a workmanlike “how-to” approach to discussing new revenue streams, replacing the “what do we do now?” tone of recent years.

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British singer-rapper Estelle: The first name in one-name pop stars

Amy Winehouse grabbed more Grammys. Leona Lewis spent more time at No. 1. And Duffy and Adele garnered tons more press coverage. But Estelle has a

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30 Jan 2009 // 6:16 AM

R&B star John Legend evolves

Since he exploded onto the music scene in 2004, John Legend has broken ground by going back to basics. The 30-year-old former session player writes sharply

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4 Nov 2008 // 10:00 PM

John Legend: Evolver

Evolver is one of the better R&B albums of 2008, and Legend goes a long way towards proving himself as a jack of all trades.

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Kardinal Offishall: Not 4 Sale

Even if the title is misleading, Not 4 Sale has something for everyone.

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27 May 2008 // 11:00 PM

Estelle: Shine

The rest of Estelle's album doesn't quite live up to the promise of her enormous single, but she also avoids flooding it with filler and pick-a-note Idol-atry.

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14 May 2008 // 4:23 AM

One-name wonders vie to be the next Amy Winehouse

Who will be this year’s Amy Winehouse? Nobody, that’s who. Smoky-voiced, beehive-hairdo’d, tabloid train-wreck retro-R&B singers who write powerfully revealing,

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29 Apr 2008 // 3:19 AM

Estelle isn’t a worrier. When her label seemed confused about the direction the British rapper/singer wanted to go in for her new album,

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In Defense of the Infinite Universe in 'No Man's Sky'

// Moving Pixels

"The common cries of disappointment that surround No Man’s Sky stem from the exciting idea of an infinite universe clashing with the harsh reality of an infinite universe.

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