DaBaby – ‘KIRK’ album review

In his sophomore outing, DaBaby provides more of the same that we have been hearing throughout the year. This entire album is nothing creative, nothing special, and nothing that we have not heard before. KIRK is the second full-length project in 2019 from Charlotte, North Carolina rapper, Jonathan Kirk, AKA, DaBaby. He has been super busy … Continue reading DaBaby – ‘KIRK’ album review

Rapsody – ‘Eve’ Album Review

When music fans discuss the best female rappers in the game right now, there are three that get mentioned the most: Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Nicki Minaj. While those women should be respected for making female hip-hop as mainstream as it is today, there are other women who are miles above in their pen … Continue reading Rapsody – ‘Eve’ Album Review

Young Thug discovers rock bottom with problematic ‘So Much Fun’ project

Young Thug, a.k.a. Jeffery Williams is an Atlanta rapper who has been rising up the ranks of the trap scene with numerous mixtapes such as the I Came From Nothing and Slime Season trilogies and his best project to date, Jeffery. I have always been mixed on Thugger. The substance of his lyricism bogs down to what you would hear on … Continue reading Young Thug discovers rock bottom with problematic ‘So Much Fun’ project

Quick Reviews: Rick Ross, Blueface, Trippie Redd, Clairo

"Quick Reviews" is the newest segment to come to the site. This segment is going to be for weeks where we have multiple projects that I did not feel deserving of a full-length review or do not know enough about a particular artist. Unfortunately, that is the case for this week with lackluster albums from … Continue reading Quick Reviews: Rick Ross, Blueface, Trippie Redd, Clairo

‘The Big Day’ brings nothing of interest towards Chance the Rapper’s artistry

Chicago's golden boy, Chance the Rapper, has made his return to the rap game following a three-year hiatus. I have yet to give a listen to the 10 Day or Acid Rap mixtapes as they were just recently added to streaming services. Coloring Book was a solid mixtape that was heavily influenced by gospel and soul. However, The Big Day is the official debut, … Continue reading ‘The Big Day’ brings nothing of interest towards Chance the Rapper’s artistry