Well this is embarrassing

Soooooo….. I spent the better part of my day writing an album review for you guys. I spent hours writing it, picking out the perfect gifs, and proofreading (and I never proofread…but I’m sure that’s obvious 😅). Anyway I put all of this time and effort into this review just for everything but the introduction… Continue reading Well this is embarrassing

Guest List Part deux

So last week’s Guest List was comprised of rappers who’s music I personally don’t care for…unless they happened to be a guest on someone else’s track. For this list I wanted to share some artists whose discographies I already love, but seem to shine extra bright on their features. People who I tend to call… Continue reading Guest List Part deux

…Hey guys…miss me? I KNOW I KNOW, I just disappeared on you with no updates. I am a wretch of a man, and I have no excuses for it. I humbly, and sincerely apologize and I hope that you can find it in your hearts to forgive me. In the time that I’ve been away… Continue reading

Why Break Your Heart Right Back is Great

Looking through this blog, I bet that most of you wouldn’t peg me for a Ariana Grande fan. NO DEADPOOL I DIDN’T EVEN SAY THAT GO AWAY! ….Sorry about that… Deadpool was a frequent..er… “guest” on my old blog and I guess he missed me? ANYWAY most of you would be right in assuming that… Continue reading Why Break Your Heart Right Back is Great

Earl or Vince?

Yesterday was a day that, for many, was long awaited(and no I’m not just talking about Pay day). Vince Staples dropped his sophomore album Big Fish Theory. As of now I’ve only listened to the album about 5 or 6 times, but thus far I love it. It’s simultaneously everything that I’ve come to expect… Continue reading Earl or Vince?

An American’s Guide to Listening to Foreign Rap Music

If you know me personally, then you know that I love to listen to foreign music from time to time. I especially enjoy rap music from other countries. I love that something created by my people has transcended across continents, and languages, and the fact that rap culture isn’t just limited to American culture. I… Continue reading An American’s Guide to Listening to Foreign Rap Music