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.
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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
A few years ago, Alchemist was invited to a local Los Angeles non-hip-hop radio station to be a guest DJ of sorts. Alchemist delivered a sensual mix that included some samples from his production discography. Continue reading Alchemist Presents Cigarette Flow