By CRISTINA JALERU
Kylie Minogue, “Kiss Me Once” (Warner Bros.)
The latest offering from pop goddess Kylie Minogue is like a narcotic disco dream, slightly confused about the time-space continuum, yet very delightful. With her 12th studio album – her first after signing with Jay Z’s Roc Nation management – Minogue attempts to keep her crown in the dance kingdom – and succeeds – when she’s not trying too hard to upgrade to today’s trends.
Australian wunderkind Sia, who has written for Rihanna, Beyonce and Britney Spears, co-executive produced this tiny gem of dance floor anthems and sex-crazed tunes. When three out of 11 tracks have the word “sex” in their titles, you know what the album is going for – the antechamber to the bedroom of music.
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Marshall Mathers returns with his first solo album in three years. He couldn’t have put more expectations on the album after revealing the title as The Marshall Mathers LP 2, the sequel to one of the greatest and most influential Hip-Hop albums of all-time. The last few years have been kind to Eminem commercially, but critically it has been another story.
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