Fabolous – The Soul Tape 1 Review

This tape does nothing for me. I came into this mixtape like I try to come into every album/mixtape – with no expectations. It makes for a more fair review. After listening to this piece, I don’t think any more or less of Fabolous as a rapper, and while that’s not necessarily a bad thing, it’s definitely not good either. He’s not re-inventing himself.

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Wu-Tang Clan – Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) album review

Can a dream-team actually work? If you had a star player at every position in basketball, egos would surely kick in, and ball-hogging would likely take place. No? Sure, it’s fun to see an All-Star game where the best players compete, but even then one can see the players’ egos kicking in as they opt for highlight dunks and half court shots instead of running an offense.

This takes me to the Wu-Tang Clan.

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Kanye West – The College Dropout song-by-song album review

If there’s one album/film/story or any other sub-genre within the art medium that captures one artist’s hunger and drive, Kanye West’s debut album, The College Dropout, is undoubtedly at the top of the list. The spirit of the album is vibrant; with every track you experience the emotions Kanye West conveys, be it through beat or lyric.

Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a Butterfly review

It wasn’t too long ago where people thought Kendrick would fall off and go Pop after GKMC based off his features. TPAB is the furthest thing from what we’d consider mainstream pop rap today and I feel like those who thought it would be pop rap are the ones who are disappointed with this album. Although pro-Black and aggressive in ways, I feel like this is still a very accessible album to others and any fan of music. Kendrick’s best album. I copped my physical copy last week to support and you should do the same.