Reverend Peter Unger is a Christian artist that was a finalist in the International song writing committee in his past, so you know he has an impressive ability to reach the ears of the people that are willing to accept the LORD’s word. With this new song titled […]
The Widows Peak Bandit
When we all got a chance to listen to this album for the first time, one of the things that stood out to us was its approach. It seemed like the album catered to Drake’s long term mission to solidify his spot in hip hop, therefore it gave off […]
Before Meek Mill was known as twitter fingers, I referred to him as Mr. Temper Tantrum. And with this debut album, Mr. Temper Tantrum finally got his opportunity to tell his story.
Let’s be honest with ourselves: Wiz Khalifa’s first album ‘Rolling Papers’ was a little on the pop tart side. To his defense, Wiz understands this, and has stated that this next album will be a lot similar to his previous Mixtape efforts. Judging by the pants that he’s wearing […]
Lets start this review with a confession: When I first heard Kendrick Lamar, I wasn’t really feeling his style. I thought he sounded like yet another gimmicky rapper that tried to rap fast and s**t to mask his lack of content. But after listening to a couple of his […]
To me, both The Cool‘ and ‘Food & Liquor‘ are just as great as ‘Illmatic’ or ‘Reasonable Doubt’. Unfortunately, Lupe kinda threw us all a curve ball with his lazy ass ‘Lasers’ album following those two, meaning he’s made 2/3 classics so far. For this album, Lupe promised to […]
You have to love Frank Ocean’s music. I’ve downloaded about 4 of his songs (Swim Good, We all Try, Thinkin’ About You, Novocane), and every single one had this new type of R&B element to it. That is what got me so excited about “Channel Orange.” Frank seems […]