A double album review on how two great artist were able to express the important theme of duality. The two different genre-based artist expressing two different sizes of themselves on two different projects. Continue reading How CHILOMBO & SUGA Expressed Duality: a double album review
Springfield, Massachusetts is a city home to about 29.2k black residents and about 67.7k latino residents— that’s really a lot of non-white folks! Some of us are trying to see what is there to do on a Saturday night– without any racial harm of course– with a candid list of venues, you can pick which place you’d like to pop up to! party safely and Happy Black History Month! Continue reading B*tch I’m T’d Up! In a safe place tho!
I am very aware that artists go through growth periods within their careers, where they experiment with new directions and sounds, but I did not sense that in this project. This project was overly controlled by someone other than herself. If the album was a masterpiece to you, cool. Continue reading I Swear I’m Not Buggin: Summer Walker “Over It” Album Review
For the ordinary listener, music is the perfect gateway to a carefree day and a practical way to express some … Continue reading Female Rap– That’s it. That’s the Damn Title!
With Black History Month feeling like a whirlwind of chaos—ICE wrongfully detaining 21 Savage, Jussie Smollett’s alleged hate crime hoax, … Continue reading A Quick Take on Solange’s “When I Get Home”
Jesus Sloan– when first hearing his name it could catch the average church goer off guard, but listening to his … Continue reading JESUS SLOAN: The Meaning Behind His Name, Remaining An Individual In A Generic World, & How His Upbringing Has Influenced His Work
I met up with a rapper by the name of Aric Andino. We met up at Chick E.D’s, located in … Continue reading Aric Andino: Learning How to Freestyle, the Drastic Changes in Hip-Hop, & the Thief of Joy