Cupcakke remixes 50 Cent’s “How To Rob” classic! Click the video for my full, 1st reaction!
★★1/2 – ★★★: Above Avg-Good; fans of the artist will find value here.
★★★★: Westside Gunn affixes designer Karl Lagerfield as a motivational status symbol.
★★★1/2: Conn3ct3d is a fun listen and Wifi and Robb are no slouches on the mic in their own right; some of the immature messaging and content may wear on some listeners, but songs like “Neglect” provide an introspective balance.
Shoutout to Get on Down for this special release of Cigarette Boats by Curren$y and Harry Fraud! This release marks the first time Cigarette Boats appears in physical form; it was previously only a digital download.
On this week’s episode of Vinyl of the Week (VOTW), we discuss GoldLink’s debut album And After That We Didn’t Talk, magnificent production led by Louie Lastic, + his Joe Kay/Soulection influence.
Scorpion is better than both Views and More life.A solid double album; the best album in years by Drake.
Kanye West releases “Ye vs The People ft TI” and “Lift Yourself” on the heels of his latest video interviews and album rollout.
I made this video to help demonstrate the difference between two different types of bottled waters sold in stores. (yes, I picked up the water bottle at the end. Don’t litter in nature!)
Logically, what Steven Oh said at the end of the video about hypothetically accepting a Coca Cola sponsorship “because he likes Coca Cola” doesn’t align with what they said earlier in the video about “you can’t talk badly about someone who’s giving money to you” and the overall tone of TYT/Aggressive Progressives.
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.