Distorted guitars, thumping rhythms and sledgehammer choruses.
‘m b v’ is a brilliant record – every bit as dreamily turbulent as you’d hope.
Every bit the nourishing melting pot OutKast served up in their prime.
He knows his way around a pop song like the contours of a woman’s body.
On this debut album he expands his repertoire to include synthy top lines and pop hooks.
So much to enjoy, it's a perfect tonic for anyone who’s starting to use ‘folk’ as a four-letter word.
He adds honesty and maturity to the R&B charts that Labrinth and Chris Brown have yet to bring.
Most of the time her demeanour is that of Rihanna, had she decided to forgo all euphemisms.
They were ours for a heartbeat, sure, but they’re too good not to share.
You can try to play ‘Coexist’ at your dinner party, but your guests might go home crying.