Most college dorms are places for frantic studying, hanging with friends and trying to squeeze in as much sleep as possible after a night out.
But for Keenan Goodwine, his college dorm led to the beginning of his music career.
Now his band, …
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Selection: Maroon 5 "Red Pill Blues," released on Interscope Records.
Review: Maroon 5 has flirted with ubiquity more than once over their career, and their attempts at pop mastery has also been shamelessly grating a time or two. So give it up to the band for going for a more restrained approach on their sixth album. The group embraces a slick R&B vibe that suits singer Adam Levine's vocal delivery perfectly. Easily their best album since their debut.
Favorite song: "Whiskey" feat. A$AP Rocky
Most surprising extended jam of the year: "Closure "
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