Music, Videos, Writings

Vibe Fridays: Big K.R.I.T. – Keep The Devil Off

Every once and a while, I go back into my archives of mixtapes that can't be found on streaming platforms to check out 4Eva and a Day, my personal favorite mixtape by Big K.R.I.T. from Mississippi. K.R.I.T. is from the same stock as J. Cole, a rapper that produces and makes his own soul-sampling, but… Continue reading Vibe Fridays: Big K.R.I.T. – Keep The Devil Off

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Music, Reflections, Videos, Writings

More Thoughts on Shine: Wale on Everyday Struggle

If I haven't said it on here, I am notably a fan of Joe Budden. I am an avid listener to his podcast and music. His antics outside of rap, I leave that for others to decide but I've seriously enjoyed his new day job on Complex News' Everyday Struggle. Budden joins DJ Akademiks and… Continue reading More Thoughts on Shine: Wale on Everyday Struggle

Misc. Magnificence, Music, Writings

My Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of 2016 Pt. 2

This is part two of my of favorite rap/hip-hop albums of 2016. Check out part one. Once again, these are the projects I connected to the most and seriously enjoyed for one reason or another. This is not a list of the best rap/hip-hop albums of 2016, but my favorites. Enjoy. Chance the Rapper -… Continue reading My Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of 2016 Pt. 2

Music, Writings

My Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of 2016 Pt.1

After letting all the releases of 2016 marinade over the year. I found myself returning to certain projects over and over again. These are the projects I connected to the most and seriously enjoyed for one reason or another. This is not a list of the best rap/hip-hop albums of 2016, but my favorites. Enjoy.… Continue reading My Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of 2016 Pt.1

Music

My Top 5 Hip-Hop Albums in 2015 and Why

I'll had this conversation a ridiculous amount of times in the past few weeks. Music is the main topic as classes end and summer warms up. Top 5 lists are all the rage as we have pretty much have had appearances from all of the heavy hitting Hip-Hop artists in Late 2014-2015. So, where does… Continue reading My Top 5 Hip-Hop Albums in 2015 and Why

art, Comedy, Music

Kanye West’s Minimalist Work Allows Fan Freedom

So, as the weekend comes to a close, the inevitable Yeezus leak has sprung. We've seen it before with Kanye's previous albums, many internet/fan artists coming forward, claiming to be the official art. But, this time it is a whole site dedicated to Yeezus art. Yeezy Graffiti. Check out some of my favorites, or least favorites… Continue reading Kanye West’s Minimalist Work Allows Fan Freedom

Music, Reflections, Society Soundoff

This Rise of the Internet Critic

First of all, this picture >>>>>>>>>>>> most albums that have been released this year. Anyway, now that we are completely and undoubtingly in the digital age where music is consumed in a fraction of the time it takes to read the menu at McDonald's, the music industry is stuck trying to discover a model that… Continue reading This Rise of the Internet Critic