Here are this week’s five songs worth listening to Big Poppa.
JR Carroll–I Hate Lonely (DBPC)
Another one from JR on the Death Before Pop Country series. Regular readers of this blog already know I’m gonna feature just about any JR song.
Kendrick Lamar–Purple Hearts
Kendrick’s new album is deep and dark, and it feels like necessary listening even if it is not necessarily enjoyable. Spirituality, infidelity’s and sexuality. It’s all in there.
Black Keys–For The Love of Money
The new album from Black Keys, Dropout Boogie, feels like the duo got their groove back.
49 Winchester–Russell County Line
Became an even bigger fan of this band after seeing them live earlier this summer.
Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, Butch Cassidy–Keep on Ridin
12 years after its initial release on Tha Dogg Pound’s 2010 album, Keep on Ridin gets new life with inclusion on Snoop Dogg’s Death Row Summer 2022.
We’ll be back with five more next week. Until then, remember the immortal words…
“Songs are really just interesting things to be doing with the air.” Tom Waits