Since the release of Flying Lotus‘ ‘You’re Dead‘, I’ve been keeping my eyes and ears out for the man behind some of the trippiest basslines I’ve heard in recent time. He released his debut album ‘The Golden Age of Apocalypse‘ in 2011, under FlyLo’s Brainfeeder label. Since then, he’s gone on to work with a […]Read more "Thundercat – DRUNK Review"
Earl Sweatshirt second studio album, ‘I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt‘ is a short, dark, twisted and honest piece of work. While the album cover supports this theme, with a primarily pitch-black background with a grainy-static like font for the title. It was evident from the title of […]Read more "Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside Review"
A$AP Rocky‘s breakout mixtape ‘LIVELOVEA$AP‘ was a defining moment for the comeback of New York as well as how much rap is changing and the influences someone who reps Eastside has from southern musicians. After releasing his debut studio album in 2013 ‘LongLiveA$AP‘ to much critical acclaim. Rocky then returned with his second solo album […]Read more "A$AP Rocky – AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP REVIEW"
Now, while I’m not one of the biggest Lil Uzi Vert fans, I can understand why some people are able to relate to Uzi’s music. It’s fun, swaggy, LiT and most of all, his own (kinda) style. However, the times I have tried to listen to the young artists’ discography, it proves difficult with the extreme […]Read more "Lil Uzi Vert – Luv Is Rage 1.5 Review"
I don’t know much about the recent XO signee, apart from his production and vocal credit to Travis Scott’s “Beibs in the Trap“. However, much hype has surrounded the mysterious and lowkey Nav. While I didn’t find Nav’s performance on the ‘Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight‘ anything spectacular, I’m still interested in the sound […]Read more "Nav – Self-Titled Review"
I never thought a day would come that I would say “I like the new Calvin Harris song”. It kind of freaks me out a bit. Although, the reason I like the new track, “Slide” from the British producer is because of the contradicting yet perfectly fitting collaboration of Frank Ocean and the ever popularising Migos. […]Read more "Calvin Harris – Slide (Single Review)"
So, the #FutureHive has had a nice week of Future. Not only did he release his self-titled LP last week, but also today released his follow-up with his latest 17-track LP ‘HNDRXX‘. Unfortunately, the hype of the project and the overall sound of the album isn’t as progressive and intriguing as his previous release. The […]Read more "Future – HNDRXX Review"