Following up the unlikely but worked-together-like-fuck collaboration of Migos and Frank Ocean, British DJ and producer, Calvin Harris, releases his latest single “Heatstroke” featuring Pharrell, Ariana Grande and Young Thug. Young Thug opens up the track with his distinctive weird animal-inspired fucked up vocals until the beat drops and HE GOES IN. Over festival-esque synths, […]Read more "Calvin Harris – Heatstroke Single Review"
Acclaimed ATL veteran MC, Ludacris returns to the scene today with a new single featuring Taylor Gangs own Ty$ for “Vitamin D”. While the title of the track is just straight up CRINGE, the actual song…is banging. Over a beautiful loop of violin strings, creepy hi-hats and minimal but sensual keys, Ludacris shows that he […]Read more "Ludacris – Vitamin D Single Review"
Its been a while since Freddie Gibbs released a full-length LP. His last release was November 2015 with his ‘Shadow of a Doubt’ album. However, after that, Freddie got mixed up in an overseas court case which left his fans restless and craving more from the Gary MC. Today, Gibbs returns onto the scene with […]Read more "Freddie Gibbs – You Only Live 2wice Review"
HOLY FUCKING SHIT. So, not only last week did we receive Part 4 to Kendrick’s “The Heart” series, as well as a guest feature on Mike WiLL Made-It’s debut studio album alongside Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane. Last night, Kendrick and Mike WiLL teased that a single would be dropping and “HUMBLE.” is what we […]Read more "Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE. Single Review"
The previous GOOD MUSIC signee released the second part of his ‘Man on the Moon’ album series back in the Winter of 2010. ‘Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager’, is one of the weirdest yet compelling sounding projects of his discography. Infusing a variety of genres and influences from Alternative Rock, […]Read more "KiD CuDi – Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager Review"
New Jersey MC, A$AP Mob associate and close collaborator of Da$h, Retch unleashed his latest project, ‘Lean & Neck‘ back in January of last year. I know, its been ‘a while’ since the tape dropped, however, today, I am reviewing the dark, druggy, Trap-inspired and new-sounding Retch that we didn’t hear on his previous releases. […]Read more "Retch – Lean and Neck Review"
Not even a week ago, the king of Compton, holder to the key of the city, the self-said “Kung Fu Kenny”, came through on Friday, blessing his fans, critics, haters and (little-to-none) competition with a follow up to his last known entry of “The Heart”. Too be blunt, Kendrick is number one; no doubt. The […]Read more "Kendrick Lamar – The Heart (Part 4) Review"