The rising trend of female rappers has made itself known in the music industry is a welcome and positive change.
Dummie, famously known as Dumbfoundead, released his latest EP and 10th solo project, “Cafe Bleu” Friday. In his interview with Complex, Dummie said “Café Bleu” is an imaginary neighborhood spot where everyone is free to come hang out. Nobody needs to know your name or your history and you can[Read More…]
After spending the majority of 2016 and 2017 riding high on the top of the Billboard charts, hip-hop producer Leland Tyler Wayne, known by his stage name Metro Boomin, had a relatively quiet 2018, after supposedly retiring earlier in April. Barely seven months later, he’s dropped his debut solo studio[Read More…]
Quavious Marshall, aka Quavo has had one hell of a year, both in his own solo career and as one third of hip-hop trio Migos. The Atlanta rapper has spent the better part of the year either in the studio or on the road, receiving a multitude of production and[Read More…]
If you’ve ever seen the skit by “Rick and Morty,” used by Logic as the first track in his mixtape “Bobby Tarantino II,” where the two characters argue on which alter-ego of Logic they’re going to listen to, then you may very well be aware of the enigma that is[Read More…]
Imagine a dystopian world where 100 people are fighting to survive. Using anything they find from weapons to resources, they ward off other survivors and avoid an impending storm of death. Now, picture the same world but with the participants jumping out of a flying bus, using gliders to land[Read More…]
Because of its early and unexpected release, Kendrick Lamar’s album “To Pimp a Butterfly” is the drop that needs to be heard around the world. Alongside rap and vocals, Lamar’s third album “To Pimp a Butterfly” not only embodies his poetic street-style of storytelling but also embraces experimental elements of[Read More…]