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Review: Dizzy Wright – The Growing Process

Review: Dizzy Wright – The Growing Process

Dizzy Wright is a student of the game. His mixtapes are quizzes, while his albums are tests. This outlook better explains why it’s been three years since his debut album, SmokeOut Conversations, was released. In that time frame, Dizzy never once relaxed. We’ve gotten about six projects in the forms of mixtapes and EPs that provided a strong mixture of free and paid content. The Growing Process, his sophomore album, looks to continue building on everything he’s witnessed, learned and studied since his first offering. With Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly, it was centered around an entire generation as… continue reading

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Review: Snoop Dogg – BUSH

Review: Snoop Dogg – BUSH

At 43, Snoop Dogg is one of the few in his later stages of his career that is still experiencing evolution. He’s one of those rare Pokemon types that you continue to train because you know it’s going to turn into something (more) awesome. Without a doubt, Snoop doesn’t disappoint. The fans are receiving what they’ve been whispering about for years: a S-N-double O-P and Pharrell album. I could ramble on and on about their chemistry over the years, but any late bloomers will find BUSH as a funk-filled, easy-listening album, enough so that they’ll spend hours looking up their… continue reading

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Review: Travi$ Scott & Young Thug – Rodeo Tour

Review: Travi$ Scott & Young Thug – Rodeo Tour

As far as new artists go, there hasn’t been a more hyped up, talked about tour than the dynamic duo of Travi$ Scott and Young Thug (with assistance from Metro Boomin’). From city to city, the Rodeo tour has gotten this rep for being rambunctious, rowdy and entirely too turnt up. Considering the type of music these two make, would you be expecting anything less? Of course not. Sure, there are performers in a similar lane that disappoint when they hit the stage, but this isn’t happening here. It’s almost like the rep spread like a wildfire, so every fan… continue reading

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Review: Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

Review: Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

It’s safe to say Kendrick Lamar did not take the obvious route on his sophomore major. He released GKMC two-and-a-half years ago to explosive acclaim, but never flooded the market with guest verses. The relative few he did let off were more often than not low profile as fuck. The only person with less of a public presence since his last acclaimed album is Frank Ocean. But now, in the Age of the “Surprise” Release, Kendrick announces To Pimp a Butterfly and releases it just two weeks later. The album is dense but rewarding, unique, and rarely unexciting. Kendrick released… continue reading

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Video: Dizzy Wright – Floyd Money Mayweather

Video: Dizzy Wright – Floyd Money Mayweather

Can you believe it’s been three years since Dizzy Wright’s debut album? In that time, he’s remained consistent with EPs, mixtapes and touring, so there’s been no shortage of Dizzy’s presence. Later this year, he’ll be giving us his sophomore album, The Growing Process, and a long tour from the end of May to July. His newest single pits him in boxing gloves and with the attitude of Floyd “Money” Mayweather. Dizzy falls into a number of categories with his music, which makes it a joy to listen to. You’ll never know what you’re going to get. The record is… continue reading

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Ariana DeBoo – Strange (Prod. By Kevin Lavitt)

Ariana DeBoo – Strange (Prod. By Kevin Lavitt)

Last month, producer Kevin Lavitt released his latest single with Dave B and Mario Sweet. It’s the latest off his upcoming debut project, Planets, which is said to feature a colorful cast of Seattle artists. We’ve seen this already with the above names as well as Sam Lachow. Adding to that list is the lovely and talented Ariana DeBoo, most known for her work with Sam. There’s something mesmerizing about “Strange.” The way she sings about the subject matter of love and desire is enticing. It’s new, because, in my experience, I’ve only heard Ariana on other people’s songs. It’s… continue reading

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