Twelve years into his career, the Beirut-born artist has had enough of the industry merry-go-round and decided to shake things up with a new Mika album.
Author: Dan Loughry
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What’s that? You’re planning your big day? While you still have the opportunity, we have some music suggestions.
Thank whatever deity you believe in, because the new Madonna record, her 14th, while far from perfect, is the best thing she’s done since Confessions.
Let’s take a moment to mention some of the musicians who’ve helped our LGBTQ community in our ongoing struggles