JUNE 3rd, Collection of Write-Ups...
A Collection of Write-Ups: 5/23/2023
A small collection of short write-ups for releasing I've been grooving to...
SCARING THE HOES (with bad mixing), Vol. 1
This is going to be a doozy. So, if you make it all the way through, thanks. Truly. In music, there are just things that you expect to happen eventually. We all knew that Pharrell and Lupe would link up, that Curren$y and Wiz would make absolute magic together, and that Kid Cudi and Travis … Continue reading SCARING THE HOES (with bad mixing), Vol. 1
Who Had The Best Verses On Fetti?
Spitta and Freddie gave us one of the best collab-tapes ever, but who had the best verses?
I Don’t Shit I Don’t Go Outside by Earl Sweatshirt
Earl Sweatshirt's 2015 album offers us an inside look to a person figuring themselves out...
The Best Vince Staples Song, Album by Album
Vince Staples, regarded as one of the best rappers to come out within the last 10 years, has been on a tear since catching attention in the early 2010s. Staples makes his presence known and makes sure he leaves you with a lasting impression, often appearing last on tracks just to show up whoever came … Continue reading The Best Vince Staples Song, Album by Album
FLY ART by RU$H & Jay Nice
When it comes to rap I feel like I'm pretty easy to please. Long as the beats are fire and the raps are sick, I'm hooked. Within that there are a couple cheat codes: certain features and producers will get my attention every time. One cheat code is the God Roc Marciano. As I detailed … Continue reading FLY ART by RU$H & Jay Nice
Golden Boy Rashad by rarerashad
If you're new here, rarerashad or ra$$$had or simply $$$ is my favorite artist ever. He's one of the only artists that I make sure to listen to whenever they drop and every time is better than the last. He's constantly evolving in his sound and with every drop he shows that. Golden Boy Rashad … Continue reading Golden Boy Rashad by rarerashad
Yes Lawd!, The Collab-Tape Blueprint
Let's teleport back to 2015 shall we? Rap is in the midst of one of it's most release-heavy years ever. With artists like Kendrick Lamar, Tyler, The Creator & Earl Sweatshirt all dropping some of their best works. Then, out of nowhere Dr. Dre made his return with Compton. On a lot of the tracks … Continue reading Yes Lawd!, The Collab-Tape Blueprint
Indicud by Kid Cudi
Personally, I think 2011-2016 was the best era in music. So, I have a personal goal to review everything from that time period that had an impact on me. This time around its Kid Cudi's 2013 album, Indicud. Now, I was a Cudi stan around this time, listening to whatever he dropped or was featured … Continue reading Indicud by Kid Cudi