WE TRIPPY MANE! Yes, it’s that time. Roll one up, ‘pop a bean’ as Juicy would say or just get ready to TURN UP. Juicy J is an OG in the rap game from being a founding member of the legendary Hip-Hop/Horrorcore group, Three 6 Mafia with other rappers such as DJ Paul, Project Pat, […]Read more "Juicy J – Stay Trippy Review"
Although I could review this project as three different tapes, instead I’m going to break it down into one review focusing on all three mixtapes that The Weeknd initially released before releasing it as a commercial studio debut LP. ‘House of Balloons‘ (‘High For This‘ till ‘The Knowing‘) Firstly, the opening track, which has Abel crooning […]Read more "The Weeknd – Trilogy Review"
Never listening to the Electronic/Soul/R&B singer, FKA Twigs before, I was hesitant as it isn’t a genre or artist, that I am normally drifted towards. However, after a group of friends played me her and being (slightly) under the influence, I was receptive to the idea of her and her music. Released towards the end […]Read more "FKA Twigs – EP2"
Not a day goes past that I don’t think about Ab-Soul being one of, if not the most underrated rapper in the Rap game, right now. He is signed to the powerhouse of a label, TDE, which is home to the rest of the Black Hippy’s, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock and ScHoolBoy Q. As well […]Read more "Ab-Soul – Control System Review"
The first couple of listens of ‘Piñata‘ were difficult.The production is heavily samples, which I have no problem with, but in regards to mastering and mixes, it was very Lo-Fi and reminiscent of the still underrated and under-appreciated Three 6 Mafia debut ‘Mystic Stylez‘. However, the real struggle was trying to listen to the […]Read more "Freddie Gibbs & Madlib -Piñata REVIEW"