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Vince Staples, “Summertime ’06” review

Vince Staples has a lot to say, and he’s going to make us listen. “I hope you understand / They never taught me how to be a man / Only how to be a shooter” could be the subtitle of “Summer ’06.” It’s an unflinching, hard and unsentimental look at Staples’ world, chronicling the harsh reality of life as a Crip in north Long Beach and the success that followed with a terminally unfeeling delivery.

Miguel, “Wildheart” review

Since emerging on his sophomore LP “Kaleidoscope Dreams,” Miguel has strove for R&B stardom untraditionally. In appearances and promos for that album, he presented himself as fashion rather than sex symbol, buttoned up in cherry suits, summertime leather jackets and a pompadour coiffed perfectly enough to make even Janelle Monae a little green.

Tyga, “The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty” review

These days it's hard to tell what is more intriguing: Tyga's music or his entanglement with the Kardashian clan. The title of his new album, "The Gold Album: The 18th Dynasty,” may or may not reference the 17-year-old Kylie Jenner, who turns 18 soon and is rumored to be dating the pint sized rapper.

Watch: Morrissey performs “Kiss Me a Lot” on Jimmy Fallon

After a few years of health and personal problems, Morrissey finally seems to be in full form. He proved he's back to fighting strength on Thursday with a ravishing performance of "Kiss Me a Lot" on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." With a metallic green shirt ensemble and his signature chest hair front and center, the former Smiths frontman breezed through the track from his 2014 album, "World Peace Is None of Your Business." Morrissey also hasn't lost his assertive air of bravado in his stage swagger that hasn't been seen since the release of "Ringleader of the Tormentors." Colorado fans should keep their fingers crossed that it will last -- no fan altercations and no cancellations -- as Morriessy is scheduled to play Red Rocks on July 16 with the magnetic Baltimore band, Future Islands, on opening detail.