Nicole releases her second single in as many years as she has been a soloist, but it doesn't give any reason that her career has been a success thus far.
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It's TOZ's turn to wax poetic about Selective Hearing and get a little nostalgic about his time with the site.
TOZ steps in and talks about his favorites releases in both K-pop and hip-hop in 2015.
IU remains one of the best K-pop has to offer. CHAT-SHIRE succeeds with IU achieving a new level, but is still held back by old habits.
Kiss My Lips marks 15 years since BoA's debut. She's learned quite a few things and it shows on this album.
Tiger JK, Yoonmirae and Bizzy come together again as MFBTY, and made an album that not only meets expectations, but also subverts them as well.
The Hip-Hop Fellow follows producer and professor 9th Wonder as he not only teaches at Harvard, but propels hip-hop further into the world of academics.
That’s My Jam is a weekly feature where one person from the Selective Hearing staff goes to wax poetic about music that is pivotal to their musical tastes. Whether that would be an album, a song, or anything in-between. We all had to start somewhere. This week: Usher's Confessions.