Reviews

ScHoolboy Q – CrasH Talk: Album Review

CrasH Talk isn’t witHout it’s moments, providing some of Q’s best tracks to date, but I can’t Help feeling a bit let down by tHis. It sadly feels more like a casH grab than the coHesive, conceptual masterclass we know He is capable of. It isn’t necessarily bad, just not on the level that it could Have been considering ScHoolboy Q’s obvious talent. It probably didn’t Help tHat tHis album was anticipated for tHree years; as the result ultimately sounds somewHat complacent. Continue reading “ScHoolboy Q – CrasH Talk: Album Review”

Features

TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2014

2014 was a year for the experimentals, the weirder the better seemed to be the ethos of the year and as a result we were treated to some truly incredible albums from some marvellous emerging artists. From loud hip-hop concepts with twitchy production to solo artists grabbing the bull by the horns and commanding attention; here are the ten best albums of 2014. Continue reading “TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2014”

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Top 10 Kendrick Lamar Features

Kendrick Lamar has caused shockwaves in the music industry throughout his career, whether that be with his groundbreaking studio albums or his guest appearances on other artists’ work. These are his ten best verses as a feature on other work, some of which are regarded as some of the best verses of the century.

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