The weekend, Dave East finally graced us by finally releasing the first single from his much anticipated album, Paranoia. The track titled 'Perfect' features non other than Chris Brown, who seamlessly brings us back to the days of the early 2000s when he dominated the charts with RNB vocals in his sexy ballads. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Tm4a12RqxA … Continue reading Dave East’s New Track is a Throwback to the Early 2000s.
On OVO Sound Radio, Vacations (aka DJ John McSwain) premiered his mashup project featuring Sade and her superfan, Drake. Luckily for us, there wasn't that much Drake on each track. There are only 5 tracks, but each one is equally beautiful - I mean its Sade's vocals, of course it's great. The first track, 'Can't … Continue reading Vacations’ More Love: Drake + Sade Mashup
Logic's highly anticipated album, EVERYBODY contains topics such as race, religion and reincarnation. The album has great content, but fails to fine cohesion.
I had the opportunity to see Jacob Banks this year at the Fader Session x TAMU SXSW event. I had never listened to Jacob before that day nor did I know what I was in store for as he took the stage. During his performance as well as the other artists scheduled that day, the room … Continue reading THE BOY WHO CRIED FREEDOM.
John Mayer's much anticipated album, The Search For Everything officially dropped at midnight (4/14) even though much of the album was released over the past months. Why Mayer decided to do this, I am unsure, but I was less-hyped for the album as I had already formed an opinion on 60% of the album. … Continue reading The Search for Everything
The latest installment of the Joey BadA$$ discography officially dropped yesterday (4/7) but some fans heard it earlier. Some fans though waited impatiently for the release and refused to listen to the leaked version, like myself. It. was. torture. But I did it and I'm glad I did. It was hard to not look at reviews … Continue reading All-AmeriKKKan Bada$$
On the 48th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr's assassination, Killa Kyleon released a heavy mixtape titled after the location of the shooting. The 16-track tape is full of powerful language surrounding one message, that nothing has changed for the black community, except switching from a rope to a gun. The dream died with MLK as Killa … Continue reading Lorraine Motel, Album Review