Monthly Archives: October 2013

Step Brothers 2 Album Review (Starlito & Don Trip)

Who said the south doesn’t have lyrics?  At least that is the consensus and complaint from a number of heads who believe that lyrical content should precede beat making in Hip Hop.  Traditionally, the Roland TR-808 “808”, the beat machine … Continue reading

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GHS Album Review (Dom Kennedy)

For a long time L.A. has been an afterthought in Hip Hop.  Unlike the old west coast sound of the G-funk era, the new west coast sound is a direct by-product of the resurgence of East Coast Hip Hop in … Continue reading

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Crenshaw Mixtape Review (Nipsey Hussle)

I hadn’t listened to Nipsey Hussle’s Crenshaw mixtape, hosted by DJ Drama, until I was fortunate enough to read an article on HipHopDX.com about how he managed to galvanize his following to pay $100 per copy of his newly released … Continue reading

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NWTS Album Review (Drake)

Nothing Was The Same would be a dope R&B album.  As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t classify it as R&B or Hip-Hop.  It’s really a fusion of R&B and Hip Hop, which I don’t mind because good music is … Continue reading

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MNIMN Album Review (Pusha T)

I don’t like the new Pusha T album My Name Is My Name for a few reasons.  Wait. Stop.  Before you say I don’t appreciate “real Hip-Hop” please hear me out.  There is a recurring theme in Pusha’s music that … Continue reading

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