Month: December 2015

Joey Bada$$- Paper Trails

Joey Bada$$ has a sound that reminds me a lot of 90’s East Coast rap. His flow is quite amazing as his words eclipse the beat. I started listening to his music a few months ago and I became quite impressed with his music. “Paper Trails” is a prime example of what Bada$$ delivers constantly […]

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Portico Quartet: Ruins

Here is a wonderful gem for this chilly and gloomy Sunday. Portico is an eclectic band that specializes in jazz, ambient music, and synthpop. “Ruins” is one of their best songs with its down tempo vibe that showcases the bass and saxophone. Check it out above.

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Top 10 Albums of 2015

2015 was filled with quite surprises from many artists who released stellar albums. Some records improved on an initial sound while others went in a completely new direction. From a new twist on R&B to a cry to stop police brutality and senseless violence here are the top 10 albums of 2015. 10. Jeremih: Late […]

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Earl Sweatshirt: Faucet

I mentioned before how abrasive but repeat worthy Earl Sweatshirt’s sophomore album “I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside” is. “Faucet” shows that particular down tempo and minimalistic production that the album is. Sweatshirt speaks his mind without any filter as he lays into the track. Check it out above.

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Rich Homie Quan: Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)

The music that has been coming out of the Southern rap scene especially from Atlanta is changing hip hop quickly. Young rappers Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug and Migos have developed their own sound that is very catchy and seems to be playing everywhere. “Flex” is one of Quan’s most successful songs to date with […]

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Top 10 Music Videos of 2015

2015 was a year of outstanding music videos that showcased new styles and interesting production. Some reflect our turbulent times with police brutality and excessive force while others showcase new dance moves. From hip hop’s weirdo rapper to a message of hope here are the top 10 music videos of 2015. 10. Drake- Energy 9. […]

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Jeremih: Oui

I am very picky when it comes to contemporary R&B. There are a lot of singers whose lyrics are just absolutely terrible with its oversexed vibe. ┬áRecently a few R&B artists have pushed the boundaries of the genre and have made it interesting to listen to again. Jeremih is one of those artists especially with […]

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