Domo Genesis – “Elimination Chamber” feat. Earl Sweatsuit, Vince Staples and Action Bronson
The Elimination Chamber is a match in the WWE where six competitors are locked inside a closed cage. Four are locked in see-through pod/compartments while the other two start the match. After an elapsed amount of time, the next competitor joins, and so on until all six have entered. This is an elimination match, so the match is over once five competitors have submitted or been pinned. Continue reading Elimination Chamber by Domo Genesis
In anticipation of this year’s lackluster WrestleMania—those two words should never be together—I decided to finally pick up this project about wrestling and rap.
Continue reading When Wrestling Meets Rap
Game is an underrated rapper, at least in my opinion. He has the portfolio that rivals others. He has a classic album with The Documentary, he has numerous dope albums, in which none are necessarily wack, and he can definitely rap. Usually there’s a smudge on a rapper’s record but I don’t think Game has one.
When he came out he was on fire. He was delivered great verses left and right. He was aligned with G-Unit and Dr. Dre and made great music with them. He then got “kicked out” of G-Unit, and survived, handling his own in the post-friendship beef.
Shit, he was hailed as the savior of West Coast rap for a minute.
Regardless, of the period of his rap career, Game has rap consistently all these years. Below are just a few records he has destroyed his guest appearance.
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There was a lot of great music that came out this year, unfortunately, with so much music out; it was hard to listen to everything. I did get a chance to listen to a nice amount of what was release. From those releases, I created this list, a short list of my favorite aka best of 2017.
Continue reading Best of 2017
Mood Muzik 3 is a classic mixtape, no question about it. It’s arguably his best mixtape too.
Continue reading Joe Budden – Mood Muzik 3 – 10 Year Anniversary
Graduation turned ten this year.
Although this album is big, it doesn’t fall into the top half of Kanye West’s best albums–in my opinion. Currently, I have it at number five. Please don’t come at me with the pitchforks, this is my opinion.
Continue reading Kanye West – Graduation – 10 Year Anniversary