As someone who hasn't particularly enjoyed the pop reigns of 2015, especially when some of them included Charlie Puth, it's easy to get side-tracked here. But hopefully, maybe, after all, I could be convinced that I am wrong. Wrong about the pop reigns of course -- why would I be wrong about Charlie Puth? I mean, you know.
Just because some songs are meant for others, doesn’t make the album completely void of any legit reason to be bad. If it’s good? Well, we’ll just have to see, don’t we?
Urie! At The Disco is finally back with their fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor, and this time the lead vocalist himself gets full creative freedom apart from songwriting (for the most part). I never really got around to some of the tracks released ahead of time such as Victorious or Hallelujah, but since the album has just dropped, maybe it's time to dive into it.
Benny Ong: Just your regular guy who likes soccer more than most people, and also a little downtime is pretty nice.