Hip Hop

Rick Ross – ‘Port of Miami 2’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Rich Fury/Getty Summer will soon be coming to an end, but not before Rick Ross blesses us with some feel good Miami vibes, grown man style. Port of Miami 2 is fit for laying out in the sun on South Beach, riding down Ocean Drive with the top down and your partner sitting… Read more

Chance The Rapper – ‘The Big Day’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images Chancellor Jonathan Bennett, known to many as Chance The Rapper, was a household name years before even dropping an official debut album! Now the fitted cap wearing MC has finally put his loyal fans minds at ease with the release of 2019’s The Big Day. The proud Chi-town rapper who… Read more

Tyler, The Creator – ‘IGOR’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Suzanne Cordeiro/REX/Shutterstock Rapper Tyler, the Creator released his fifth studio album, IGOR, on May 17, 2019. IGOR is the follow-up album to 2017’s Flower Boy. Recorded under Columbia, Tyler produced the album by himself. IGOR is a surreal breakup album that explores vulnerable emotions, hostile notions, and the desire for happiness. Tyler’s production… Read more

Ed Sheeran – ‘No.6 Collaborations Project’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Croke/GETTY Ed Sheeran has always been a sensational music maker and now he is bringing more of that to the forefront for us, with his latest compilation album release titled No.6 Collaborations Project. This release is a fitting follow up to 2011’s No.5’s EP, and it is the first official studio release since… Read more

Tayla Parx: The Triple Threat

Photo Credit: Caroline Tompkins Tayla Parx is an actress, songwriter, and musician that is currently gaining momentous attention from the long list of artists she’s worked with. She was born as Taylor Parks in Dallas, Texas on September 16, 1993. Her love of music and acting helped define what artistry meant to her. Taylor would… Read more

Chris Brown – ‘Indigo’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Prince Williams/Wireimage By the time you read this, Chris Brown will have notched another #1 album to his belt for his latest release, 2019’s Indigo. The “Loyal” singer dropped the double-sided 32-track LP on June 28th. We all know Brown is an unparalleled vocalist and by far, one of the best of his… Read more

Lil Nas X: Breaking Free of Genre

Photo Credit: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Stagecoach Born as Montero Lamar Hill in Lithia Springs, Georgia, on April 9, 1999, Lil Nas X is an up-and-coming musician who is crafting a musical name for himself. Hill’s parent’s divorced when he was 6 and he lived with his mother and grandmother in Bankhead Courts, a housing… Read more

Stefflon Don: The British Rapper Pushing Boundaries

Photo Credit:  Elliot Kennedy Stefflon Don is a Jamaican-British musician that is gaining fame from her various hit songs and for her personality. The up-and-coming British rapper has already succeeded where others haven’t. Stefflon Don broke into the American market by merging her Caribbean and hip-hop background with the UK grime she grew up with…. Read more

DJ Khaled – ‘Father of Asahd’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Sarah Bahbah “WE THE BEST!” is the motto and on DJ Khaled’s Father Of Asahd, he is absolutely that. Boasting a roster of twenty-nine total featured artists combined on fifteen tracks is the most we’ve ever seen from the former Terror Squad producer. Marking his eleventh album release in thirteen years, Khaled does… Read more

Remembering Nipsey Hussle: The Change Hip-Hop Needed

Photo Credit: Image via Getty/Matt Winkelmeyer Every generation has people who are symbols for great change. Whether in politics, the arts, or academics, there’s always someone pushing against the norm. Nipsey Hussle became that symbol in his neighborhood and within others across America. Nipsey represented change for the black community and for hip-hop. To understand… Read more