Gucci Mane’s return to the Trap and Hip-Hop scene has been one hell of a show to keep an eye on. On the year anniversary of his release last year (26/5), Guwop and close-collaborator, Metro Boomin’, released the latest onslaught of Trap music; ‘DropTopWop’. Gucci had been teasing the release of the album shortly after […]Read more "Gucci Mane & Metro Boomin-DropTopWop Review"
Lil Yachty has come from nothing too being one of the most in-demand featured artists, face for the younger (un-caring for Hip-Hop) generation of fans of the culture. On Boats debut album, he stays true to the concept of ‘Teenage Emotions’. The 19 year-old explores sexuality, his place in Hip-Hop, working for “Better” situations and […]Read more "Lil Yachty – Teenage Emotions Review"
Well, only reviewing his debut studio album the other day, as well as Tiller promoting the album through a 3-track package as well as releasing the album cover and tracklist the other day. Due to come out next month, Tiller dropped the album in the early hours of this morning and, I’m jaw-dropped by it. […]Read more "Bryson Tiller – True To Self Review"
Two years after the release of her last associated album with The Fugees, Lauryn Hill made her comeback onto the Neo-Soul/R&B scene with the release of her only full-length studio album, ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’. While Hill is credited as a primary songwriter and producer of most tracks on the album, D’Angelo, Francis Dunnery […]Read more "Ms. Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Review"
Alike to a few days ago when I reviewed Bryson Tiller’s impressive debut album, ‘TRAPSOUL’, I’m in the same situation now. I’m aware of Mac through recommended YouTube videos as well as having listened to his ‘Salad Days’ album once. However, for a real change, I’m going to dissect his latest album. Starting with the […]Read more "Mac Demarco – This Old Dog Review"
Before the smooth, soulful and new-age R&B star signed too the already small but dense label of Top Dawg Entertainment, SZA was “stealing beats off the internet” and recording music “by accident”. Being a fan of her, and enjoying her debut EP, ‘Z’ on the Hip-Hop label, I’m going back just a few years to […]Read more "SZA – See.SZA.Run Review"
Electronic LA-based producer, Salva, released his debut album ‘Peacemaker’ in 2014. Already having built a name for himself on Soundcloud as well as being signed Fool’s Gold and working extensively with Nick Hook, Salva was destined for greatness. His production style varies from House, Electronic, Hip-Hop and R&B and throughout his first full-length LP, he […]Read more "Salva – Peacemaker Review"