The King of Hip Hop stood up from the throne and gave us another classic.
With "DAMN.", Kendrick Lamar has ascended to a level that no other musical artist alive right now can reach.
Drake found himself in his latest album, and his fans should be crying tears of joy.
In this article, the author argues that Big Sean already dropped the Rap Album of 2017 in "I Decided." and it's barely February.
By: Alex Marcheschi Last week I happened to see this Gucci Mane interview from Highly Questionable: Dawg this is great Deacon Gucci talking about how he faced his mental illness […]
By: Ian Gunn It’s been a little over three years since the release of Drake’s best work to date: Nothing Was The Same. (This isn’t my opinion, after I finish […]
By: Alex Marcheschi I am a white person. A very, very white person. But, I love rap music. In fact, it’s my favorite kind of music. While many are stuck […]
By: Alex Marcheschi Last Friday, December 9, 2016, is a date that will go down in music history books. 50 years from now there will be a college music student […]
By: Alex Marcheschi A groundbreaking study conducted by the Pew Research Center has determined that, technically speaking, Donald Trump is actually blacker than President Obama. The study is based upon the […]
By: Alex Marcheschi There are many things that I’m embarrassed about in this life. I can’t make contact with a wiffle ball using one of those skinny yellow bats. […]
By: Alex Marcheschi I love listening to rap music, specifically rap lyrics. It’s really funny because many people just assume rap lyrics are garbage because of the way they’re presented, […]
By: Alex Marcheschi Rappers have always had a way of making things seem cool. Saying “YOLO”? Cool. Poppin’ molly? Cool. Committing grand theft auto? Cool. Believing in God? Cool? I’ve […]
*Update: I guess this song is actually called “Monte” even thought Monta Ellis spells his name with an ‘A’? Ya never know with our boi Post. Our boy Post is […]
*Disclaimer, I was going to try to post this all at once, but it’s too intense. It will be posted in increments every now and then.* Choosing to be a […]
I’ve heard the opening of Hustlin’ by Rick Ross over 46,000 times in my life (guesstimation) and it NEVER gets old. I’ve been listening to music ever since the iPod […]