On this sophomore album, Noname proves to any possible doubters that she is for real. Her debut was certainly no one off as on Room 25 we get to witness the pleasure of Noname blooming before our very eyes. Continue reading “Noname- Room 25: Album Review”
Trench is very much a direct successor to Blurryface, inheriting familiar conceptual characters, as well as treading on similarly delicate topics, and then some.
The constant change in tone and the varying flows reminds everyone that not only can Saba deliver an artistic and gut wrenching performance, he can rap with the best of the best. Continue reading “A Hidden Masterpiece. Saba- Care For Me: Album Review”
In 2011 Lil Wayne released Tha Carter IV, it was a mixed bag that showed glimpses of Lil Wayne’s brilliance and often times showed weakness that wasn’t on Tha Carter III. All eyes were then set to Tha Carter V. After several delays to the release (something we know all too well about) the album has finally dropped. Is it a throwback to the glory days of Tha Carter III or has the hype ruined the album?
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One of raps most hated men is back with his second album, Zoo. I’m not going to lie I do hate Russ’ previous music and in general his personality, but I did very much go into this project with an open mind like I do with every project. Continue reading “Russ – Zoo: Album Review”