Category: ALBUM REVIEWS

Will Tesla drops Childhood Fantasy

Following his debut Ghost in the MPC Vol.1, Will Tesla is back with another project with a strong, conceptual project called Childhood Fantasy. Brooklyn’s own, Will Tesla plays on listeners heart strings’ by  rhyming over samples every 80’s and 90’s baby are familiar with.  Open Letter contains a magnificent sample from Super Mario World that’s definitely…

Bishop Brigante x Legacy Album Review

Back at you with with another review. This time we’re going international and vibing out to Canada’s own, Bishop Brigante. For those who don’t know, Brigante has been in movies, TV series, and is very known on Canada’s hip hop scene. A lot of you may just know him as the face next to Organik…

Ms. Hustle “Can’t Knock The Hustle” Album Review

Can’t Knock The Hustle. Immediately, your thought was the classic Jay-z and Mary J. Blige joint. Well, not in this case. Ms. Hustle showcases her talents on the microphone and showing you the bars aren’t only nice on URL (Ultimate Rap League) and QOTR (Queen of  the Ring) main stages. The Harlem lyricist made it her personal…

Brizz Rawsteen – RAWTHENTIC x Album Review

When you think of hip hop in North Carolina; a couple names come to mind. 9th Wonder, J. cole, Rapsody, Petey Pablo. Now there’s one more name you can add to the list of the Tar Heel state’s hip hop heavyhitters. Wilmington, Delaware born – Raleigh, North Carolina raised, Brizz Rawsteen, is known for his lyrical ability,…

Q-flo x Poetre’ – Erase Me EP

Today is a day I will forever remember due to spiritually being hurt to the utmost degree. Honestly, I’ve always found refuge through music. The power of rhythm and poetry (RAP) is truly a powerful force when the two combine. Now imagine that power when its fused with the strength of the Lord. In the…

Will Tesla x A.G.E. mixtape

Finding dope unsigned lyricist is such a great feeling. Being a hip-hop enthusiast that grew up off Wu-tang that’s living in the days where mumble rap and dumbed down lyrics reign; it’s hard to find music with substance. Brooklyn’s own, Will Tesla, gave me an exclusive listen to A.G.E and I must say its NICE!…

Royce Da 5’9 – Layers (Layer by Layer Review)

Alright ya’ll so I decided to break down Royce da 5’9, Layers, layer by layer. This is a track by track review. All this is my instant reaction and thoughts. All first verse, All first verse. I chose this because I want all the reaction and emotion to get through to you. Too many people…

Arsonal- You Seen It Coming Album Review

Arsonal Da Rebel aka “the most disrespectful rapper in battle rap” just dropped his mixtape You Seen It Coming. You might know Ars for battling on URL, King of The Dot, Dot Flop, Grindtime, and MTV’s Wildin’ Out to owning his own platform, UDubb Battle League. The Newark, New Jersey emcee is here to make…

Alfred Banks- A Beautiful Prelude EP review

Lousiana’s own, Alfred Banks has been a busy man on hiphop’s underground scene receiving accolades from everyone from Complex magazine to Djbooth.net for lyrical prowess and unique flow. Now Banks is back to curb the hunger of his fans with A Beautiful Prelude EP. March 20, 2014 Alfred Banks’ A Beautiful Prelude EP drops on…

T-top: Bear Witness II Album Review

Following the powerful debut of Rain910, Mr. “Before you watch this battle, you gotta hear my track first”, another of North Carolina’s elite emcees step up to the plate. T-top hits the streets with Bear Witness II. What rock I was under when Bear Witness I dropped I don’t know. The freestyle Friday champ most notabily…