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Review: Boosie Badazz – Touch Down 2 Cause Hell

Review: Boosie Badazz – Touch Down 2 Cause Hell

Boosie Badazz is a hero. No hero is perfect, so Boosie’s track record isn’t clean but his contributions to the world outweigh the negatives. He gives hope to the people in the struggle, and that’s not limited to a certain demographic. On top of that, his music has entertained countless people around the world. Despite this, a couple months ago, I questioned if his career was going to continue to strive for a number of reasons. A lot of them resolved; Lack of touring and having no album out were the main ones. We have Touch Down 2 Cause Hell… continue reading

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Review: Young Jeezy – Gangsta Party

Review: Young Jeezy – Gangsta Party

What were you doing for Memorial Day weekend? Young Jeezy would answer this question by shocking the hip hop community with a surprise Gangsta Grillz mixtape. Gangsta Party is the first offering from Jeezy in what feels like ages. He’s been quietly creating with the idea of his next album in mind, but in traditional Jeezy fashion he had to make a mixtape stop. Gangsta Party lives up to its title as Jeezy takes a cue from Gucci Mane and works with everybody. He’s not breaking anybody new, but it’s refreshing to experience records with Rich Homie Quan, Young Dolph… continue reading

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Review: Tyler, The Creator – Cherry Bomb

Review: Tyler, The Creator – Cherry Bomb

There was no reason that the Chameleon couldn’t have been the most successful villain in the Spider-Man universe. His ability to shift into whoever, wherever is a skill that should’ve been able to take down Peter. It wasn’t a perfect system, he had that unfortunate belt that was spotted several times, but there’s Doc Ock (or the countless other geniuses) to help improve. What exactly does this have to do with Tyler, The Creator, a very non-fictional rapper? Tyler attempts to pull a Chameleon — shifting his sound a lot — on his fourth studio album, Cherry Bomb, and ultimately… continue reading

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SD Interview: Rome Fortune Reveals Slipknot & Toro Y Moi Collaborations

SD Interview: Rome Fortune Reveals Slipknot & Toro Y Moi Collaborations

Rome Fortune is an artist you just gravitate toward. Looks are everything in this business, and Rome stands out. His colored beard, unique fashion style, and album covers (specifically the Beautiful Pimp series) are all examples of how he’s able to draw in the attention of outsiders. Once he reels them in, Rome can continue to impress with quality music. As he puts it, fans love consistency only if you’re giving them something different each time. Each release Rome Fortune brings falls in that category with collaboration EPs, utilizing one producer, or branching off to try a new sound. While… continue reading

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Stealth Is Metal Ft. TreaZon – HappiNess

Stealth Is Metal Ft. TreaZon – HappiNess

Anytime two up and coming MCs I respect and admire collaborate, it rarely disappoints. Atlanta meets Cleveland on “HappiNess” as Stealth Is Metal enlists TreaZon to assist another depth record. The song takes us through the two minds as they journey down the path to find happiness and dealing with the problems that can occur when chasing it. If I Don’t Believe Then Who Will? is coming soon (but not soon enough). TreaZon’s Versus Time is also on the way. Follow @SermonsDomain

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Review: Ludacris – Ludaversial

Review: Ludacris – Ludaversial

Five years can change a lot. Drake wasn’t the top guy in 2010, he was just emerging. Kendrick Lamar was simply a growing underground sensation. XXL Freshmen lists still mattered to the general public. I was only a year into community college. And Ludacris had released what would be his last album for close to five years. Somewhere along the way, he became an afterthought to the executives at Def Jam. Ludaversal, his eighth studio album, dates back to about 2012 in mention. Release dates came and went, the industry continued to change, and Ludacris became a mainstay in the… continue reading

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