Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. IZ HERE Album Review

Big K.R.I.T. is not your typical mainstream rapper. He's one of those hardcore rappers that's regarded as an underground phenomenal talent, despite the fact that he has a couple of projects to his name and been around for more than a decade. Even so, he shows up in K.R.I.T. IZ HERE, the artist's 4th studio album,... Continue Reading →


Solange When I get Home Album Review

February 2019 went down rough as far as Black History month is concerned with certain somebodies acting a fool the entire time (naming them is giving the power). Leave it to Solange Luther King Knowles to swoop in and be captain save-a-people When I Get Home nicely bridges the gap between Black History Month and the... Continue Reading →

Anderson .Paak Oxnard Album Review

Dr Dre, despite his MAJOR lifestyle flaws(read Michel'le), is undoubtedly one of greater statesmen in hiphop, dead or alive. The self-made billionaire introduced the world to the talented Anderson .Paak who embodies hip hop soul in 2015. And we have been blessed since. .Paak has collaborated on some dope projects with Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp... Continue Reading →

TI Dime trap Album Review

It is very refreshing to hear rap age so fine. It's a feat that we haven't witnessed as much in past generations. There is a faction of rappers that seem to have mustered still creating top-tier rap even after years of existing in the genre without sounding like they are stuck in a time vault... Continue Reading →

The Matriarchal Wanja Wahoro

Afro-soul singer Wanja Wahoro is a plethora of artistic talent. Not only is the Kenyan rising star a gifted composer and songwriter, the jazzy musician is additionally a multi-instrumentalist. She started off covering songs and her sultry renditions of Amy Winehouse and Lauryn Hill that sparked her some notoriety speaks to her versatile influences in... Continue Reading →

Iggy Survive The Summer Review

2018 has seen female rap flourish. From City Girls' Period, Kashdoll's Brat Mail, Cupcake's Euphoria, Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy and Nicki Minaj's Queen, the women are earning their stripes as formidable forces in rap. Stripper music should be a genre and all proceeds credited to T-Pain the GOAT for making it mainstream (refer to... Continue Reading →

The Warmth Of Other Suns Book Review

Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist Isabel Wilkerson, The Warmth Of Other Suns recounts of people who journeyed from America's south states during the Great Migration, and it is their collective stories that inform every aspect of the book. Through the perspectives of different characters, this  book tries to capture the story of how colored/black/African-American... Continue Reading →

Nicki Minaj Queen Album Review

Queen is Nicki Minaj's fourth studio album after a 4 year long hiatus from its predecessor The Pinkprint. The rapper has had to prove herself in the wake of the rise of female hip hop in 2018 Nicki has been running the monopoly on female MC's for nearly a decade as the reigning MC's Eve,... Continue Reading →

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