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"
I don’t know much about Bryson Tiller, or heard much of his solo content. I’ve heard him pop up on a track with Future, appear as a featured artist with on Gucci Mane’s December-single, “Drove U Crazy” (WHICH BANGS). So, without knowing very much, and much hype surrounding his impending album, here goes nothing. After […]Read more "Bryson Tiller – Trapsoul Review"
The unstoppable force of the West Coast MC, that is Snoop Dogg, released his fifteenth studio album on Friday (19/5). So, without no further waffle, sit back, roll a joint, backwood, light up and lets review the newest go-to stoners album. Starting with the self-titled record “Neva Left”, Snoop recruits Mike & Keys to provide […]Read more "Snoop Dogg – Neva Left Review"
Well, surrounding a much public lawsuit, suffering seizures yet still pushing out some content, the unmissable duo of R&B Auto-tune pioneer T-Pain and Lil Wayne finally released their much anticipated collaborative album ‘T-Wayne’ last night. Thanks to T-Pain, fans of both artists can feel nostalgic listening to lost and unheard records between Waynes’ ‘Tha Carter […]Read more "T-Wayne – Self-Titled Review"
“ANOTHER ONE!!!!” Khaled Mohamed Khaled, or, more popularly known as DJ Khaled, exploded onto the Hip-Hop scene in the early 2000s by performing DJ sets and linking up with New Orleans legends Birdman and Lil Wayne in the 90s. Since then, Khaled has gone on to release 9 albums over a ten year career; working […]Read more "DJ Khaled; The Culture Vulture in Disguise"