Native Sun is a Reincarnation of The Fugees

Native Sun is a boy band that formed in 2008, on a quest to uphold the culture by fusing hip hop with African rhythms. The trio based in Indianapolis and of Caribbean and African descent, is inclusive of the talented Brandon Meeks who plays the bass, Sleepy on the drums and B Young who’s the... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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 →

Everything Is Love Album Review

First off, I aspire to reach the scheming and conniving potential of The Carters. Talk about shock value. They deserve all the applause for being the epitome of moving in silence and genius marketing. It was a calm Saturday and I was getting into the array of albums that just dropped from Jay Rock's Redemption... Continue Reading →

J Cole’s KOD Review

Okay, first off J Cole is unquestionably top 3 greatest rappers of all time. Yeah I said it. His lyrical genius and storytelling skills are unmatched and speak to a sense of wisdom that is almost extraterrestrial. His prior projects have proved he is very much worth his salt. Friday Night Lights is one of... Continue Reading →

Invasion Of Privacy

Now this is a debut album worth the hype. Cardi B's glow up over the last 12 months has been nothing short of monumental. Her smash single Bodak Yellow rocketed her to stardom when it peaked at Number 1 in the Billboard charts. The world waited with baited breath for her album to drop (mostly... Continue Reading →

Victory Lap

It is almost unbelievable that Victory Lap is Nipsey Hussle's debut album, given the time and work he has put in over the years. Hardcore hip hop lovers identify his resume with projects like Mailbox Money, Crenshaw and The Marathon testifying to his dopeness. His collaborative projects, especially with YG, stamped his mark in the... Continue Reading →

Black Panther; The Album

Aye! If you have not gotten into the Black Panther Wave (yes, it's a movement), there is still time to creep out of that rock you are clearly living under. Get into it. As we continue to wait in baited breath to experience the one in a kind movie sensation in cinemas, the music will... Continue Reading →

Culture 2

I am finally starting to get all the hype around the Atlanta trio that is Migos. Don't get me wrong, I was jamming hard to Bad and Boujee (who wasn't?) but I wasn't really paying attention to much of their prior music. Versace would turn me all the way off. My greatest accomplishment has been... Continue Reading →

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