If you have frequented social media at all in the past 48 hours, you have most likely come across Fyre Festival, a luxury music festival that was geared towards wealthy millennials to be hosted in the Bahama’s for two-weekends. It was going to “be the next Coachella,” but there were skeptics out there who were uncertain of the promises before the event even began.
Kendrick Lamar has bestowed among us, DAMN. It is an album that separates him from the prophet he has been regarded as for the past few years. Kendrick has proven his talents and given himself the title of “best rapper alive,” stating he was a god-like force in the rap world. DAMN. brings out the human side, the part of Kendrick that no longer wants to be the answer to everyone’s prayers, the voice of reason, or some all mighty unreachable mastermind. DAMN. is a look at his consciousness and inner plaguing thoughts.
It has been two weeks since Future released his self entitled LP Future and a week since HNDRXX, both being completely unexpected with only minimum announcement on Future’s part.
This past Sunday was the 59th annual Grammy Awards and with the usual nominations in categories, Chance the Rapper’s nominations were groundbreaking.
Two year’s after Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean has returned with his fourth studio album I Decided, in which he is continuing his growth as an artist sticking to darker tones as opposed to his earlier fun, party like songs.
The Atlanta rap trio Migos has been consistently dropping hits over the past few years gaining major recognition and landing a number one spot on Billboard hot 100 with their song “Bad and Boujee.” Finally their highly anticipated sophomore album Culture has dropped as of January 27th 2017
Over the past week or so three of my current favorite songs dropped music videos none of which disappoint, actually it just made me like the songs more than I originally did
It may not be Boys Don’t Cry, but the protical son has returned and brought with him a hazy and soulful album to end the summer…
Over the weekend (July 28-31) was the 25th anniversary of Lollapalooza, a music festival held in Chicago every summer. Besides the extension of a fourth day, Lollapalooza brought in an estimated 400,000 music lovers, as well as an arrary of different artists performing in Grant Park…
Guwop home if you hadn’t heard yet, who am I kidding, everyone knows that Gucci Mane is a free man and now we are being blessed with his first album out of prison, “Everybody Looking”…