This album is nothing short of amazing.
It’s one of the greatest rap albums I’ve ever heard. It’s too dope. A majority of music and hip-hop fans feel the same way. Kanye delivered an incredible album.
The first few times I heard it, I knew it was dope. It was special. It almost felt like a fairy tale or a film. The protagonist gets in trouble and has to overcome a larger than life obstacle—in this case, Kanye has to win back the world after the Taylor Swift debacle. Eventually, the protagonist overcomes his trials and tribulations.
Kanye sort-of did.
Continue reading Kanye West – My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy: 5th Anniversary
I have to admit, when this came out, I didn’t know who Chris Co was. I didn’t know why Alchemist would make a project with him. I went ahead and downloaded anyway.
It wasn’t until recently that I searched his name via Google and was able to put a name to a face. I found out he is from Detroit. Also, up until recent, I had never heard the five-track project. The project was cool, to my surprised. Honestly, since I hadn’t heard Chris Co’s music, I didn’t know what to expect.
Continue reading The Alchemist and Chris Co – How Does It Feel EP
The album is a classic, most people would agree. Kanye was two for two. Two albums under his belt and two very dope end products.
Can you believe this was one of the two Kanye West albums—the other being 808s and Heartbreaks—that I really didn’t check out? Crazy, I know, especially for this one. I could understand why I would shy away from 808s because it was different and full of autotune but Late Registration? Nah, not Late.
Continue reading Kanye West – Late Registration – 10 Year Anniversary
This album is a modern-day classic.
It’s not spectacular lyrically but who says that’s part of the criteria for a classic album, especially in today’s time?
The album is banging. You could play it straight-through. There isn’t a skippable track on here. Each song has something about it that makes you not skip it.
Continue reading Young Jeezy – Let’s Get it: Thug Motivation 101 – 10 Year Anniversary
I decided to check out Jeezy’s latest mixtape since I’m checking out his past.
This mixtape dropped a couple months ago, and it came at a surprised. I don’t think anyone was expecting this, but like a lot of rap fans, I didn’t mind some new Jeezy.
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Here’s the truth.
The only reason why I decided to check out this album was because of Vine.
In the past eight months, I’ve grown fond of the social media app. Rae’s songs, “No Flex Zone” and “No Type” are everywhere on that app: exhibit A.
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“I like 50 Cent, he reminds me of Spongebob, and Tony Yayo is Blue’s Clues, and Lloyd Banks is Dora the Explorer, they’re my friends, psyche”
Who remembers that little girl saying those aforementioned words?
Continue reading The Game – You Know What It Is Vol 3: 10 Year Anniversary