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?
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
Jay-Z has always been one of those artists that I’m unsure about. Every time I’m confident that I don’t really like him, I hear a verse that just completely blows me away. And even the projects that he has that I’m not a fan of are quality projects. When Jay-Z makes a “bad” album it’s… Continue reading How Bout Some HOV?
So I know it hasn’t been very long since my last rad songs post, but I’ve come across some stellar songs recently, and I just wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t share them with you guys. So without any further ado, here are ten more songs that you should check out (ranked by my preference).… Continue reading R4D SONGS
It’s no secret that Lil Uzi Vert is one of the most talked about artists in hip hop today. Everything from his self identifying as a rock star rather than a rapper, his fashion choices, and his being a leader in the pack of new wave hip hop artists that have been dubbed as mumble… Continue reading Why XO TOUR Llif3 is (almost) great
At this point, I’m well aware that all of your friends are dead, your mask is undoubtedly off (you had it on at one point, but at last minute said “fuck it”), and that whenever you happen to be in the city of New York, you tend to milly rock whilst also hiding “it” in… Continue reading RS3: The Return
Upon first listen I was very unsure of this project. It wasn’t very cohesive and the artist seemed to be suffering from an(other) identity crisis. I wasn’t positive that I’d give it more than two listens, but Jacob Rodriguez asked for a review ( and when that hunk of a man asks you to do… Continue reading Adequate Life: A Review