Albums Of The Year | 2017

My top ten favourite albums of the year: Joey Bada$$ – All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ “Due to the project’s themes, it is likely that All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ will be likened to Kendrick’s To Pimp A Butterfly, adding fuel to those stoking the fire that insists Joey is the east coast’s equivalent to the Compton rapper. Whether you agree with that idea or not, via All-Amerikkkan Bada$$ Joey has displayed that he is among … Continue reading Albums Of The Year | 2017

Top 5’s | Single Artist/Producer Albums, Pt. III

PART I | PART II Curren$y – The Carrollton Heist (2016) Producer: Alchemist With their first collaboration – Covert Coup (2011) – being so well received, it was no surprise that Curren$y and Alchemist linked up again for The Carrollton Heist. Despite the risk of tarnishing their accomplished work from their debut project, Spitta and Alc masterfully lived up to expectations with another impressive collection of tracks. … Continue reading Top 5’s | Single Artist/Producer Albums, Pt. III

Review | Mick Jenkins – The Healing Component

Irrespective of the continuing discussion as to whether certain sub-genres of Hip Hop – specifically that known as “mumble rap” – should be considered within the genre, there is clearly enough evidence that conventional lyricism is still being illustrated by many musicians. An exceptional example of such can be found in the form of Mick Jenkins – yet another artist to come from the plethora … Continue reading Review | Mick Jenkins – The Healing Component