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┬ánicely bridges the gap between Black History Month and the... Continue Reading →

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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┬áTo 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 →

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 →

I Used To Know Her Album Review

Technically, H.E.R's I Used To Know Her isn't an actual album but an EP that is the prelude to the artist's debut album (but what really is the difference though) H.E.R is one of R&B's enigmatic artistes who has been trying to keep 'incog-negro' by preferring to stay in the shadows and donning sunglasses always.... Continue Reading →

Drake Scorpion Review

Scorpion is not rap's first hip-hop album. In the early 2000's Eve (who does not get nearly half the credit she deserves for her amazing discography) blessed us with Scorpion, her sophomore album that tried to match the shine of its predecessor Let there be Eve, Ruff Ryder's First Lady. My personal favorite Eve album... Continue Reading →

Jorja Smith Lost & Found Review

Jorja Smith is 21 years old. That is a loaded statement to keep in mind listening to this album. Think about what you were doing at 21. I bet you were anything but confident, mature or patient. Twenty-one is where you're just figuring out your place in the world; 21 is an age of endless... Continue Reading →

Jay Rock Redemption Review

We have been bombarded with so much music to consume in June that it's incredibly easy for some projects to slip through the cracks (accidentally and intentionally). I am still trying to get to Miss Jorja Smith. However it would be almost criminal to let Jay Rock's project be one of those that I throw... Continue Reading →

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