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Snoop Dogg Celebrates California and G-Funk on 13th Studio Album

Snoop Dogg Celebrates California and G-Funk on 13th Studio Album

Thank God the Rastafarian converted Snoop Lion has become a weird, but distant memory and the D.O. Double G has returned. For Snoop’s latest project, it’s the OG Dogg Pound member who shows up; one of the pioneering leaders of the G-Funk movement. Bush is ten-track summer party, with the grooviest jams you can imagine, [...]

May 26, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

Review: Joey Fatts Breaks Through With ‘Ill Street Blues’

Review: Joey Fatts Breaks Through With ‘Ill Street Blues’

It seems incredible that Joey Fatts has only been crafting music for three short years. From being homeless to desperately making beats because no one would give him any, Joey is currently one-third of the Long Beach, California rap group Cutthroat (featuring A$hton Martin and cousin, Vince staples.) His impressive industry consigns have developed quickly. [...]

May 13, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

DON’T SLEEP: “Dope” [SPOILER FREE FILM REVIEW]

DON’T SLEEP: “Dope” [SPOILER FREE FILM REVIEW]

Rick Famuyiwa (“The Wood” & “Brown Sugar”) stepped out into the forefront, put on his auteur hat and wrote and directed his latest feature film called “Dope”. The buzz created around this film following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in late January was huge. “Dope” is yet another independently made film by a [...]

April 29, 2015 Dart Adams Features, Reviews, Screen 0

Review: Young Thug Gets It Brackin’ On Barter 6

Review: Young Thug Gets It Brackin’ On Barter 6

Young Thug has been one of the most controversial rappers to emerge in the last year, from his unique way of dressing, to his referral of his rap peers as “bae,” and his lyrics that are not necessarily explicitly heterosexual; his presence has certainly sparked some important dialogue about homophobia within the hip-hop community. Further, [...]

April 25, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

Curren$y Completes His Brilliant Trilogy with Pilot Talk 3

Curren$y Completes His Brilliant Trilogy with Pilot Talk 3

Curren$y has had a championship-level independent career after his few attempts at the mainstream went sour. The Louisiana native was first signed to Master P’s No Limit Records. Two years later, he joined the Cash Money/Young Money roster and snagged a highly coveted guest spot on Lil Wayne’s Carter II. When no album materialized, Spitta [...]

April 11, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

When Wale isn’t trying to be cool, The Album About Nothing soars

When Wale isn’t trying to be cool, The Album About Nothing soars

The Album About Nothing is an intimate Go-Go jam, where Wale finesses complicated lyricism infusing metaphors, his deepest secrets and the best music he’s ever made. A follow-up to the 2010 mixtape More About Nothing, the album employs the same thematic Jerry Seinfeld presence and wisdom. J. Cole, Sza, AG3, Jeremih and Usher make guest [...]

April 6, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes, Uncategorized 0

“Mr. Wonderful” is experimental, musical and unapologetically Action Bronson

“Mr. Wonderful” is experimental, musical and unapologetically Action Bronson

Action Bronson is the chubby, bearded Queens native, who never wears pants and puts on one of the most entertaining live shows I’ve ever seen. He might body slam you with the quickness in between mouth watering food references and humorous rhymes about how sexy your baby mama thinks he is. But he’s unapologetically Bronson [...]

March 31, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

Erik Hassle Previews New Music at The Sinclair

Erik Hassle Previews New Music at The Sinclair

The next time Erik Hassle performs in your city, especially if he’s the opener, buy a ticket, get a good spot, and enjoy the show. You’re guaranteed to leave with a new music suggestion for your friends. As Hassle explained in a phone interview before heading out on tour, this performance was an opportunity for [...]

March 26, 2015 Karl-Lydie Jean-Baptiste Live, Reviews 0

Fan of a Fan: The Album Is Sonic Misogny

Fan of a Fan: The Album Is Sonic Misogny

With the intense Cash Money drama brewing between Tyga and the label, him and Chris Breezy are closer than ever. The duo recently released the official follow-up to their 2010 mixtape Fan of a Fan. Fan of a Fan: The Album features guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, 50 Cent, Pusha T, Fat Trel, Boosie [...]

March 9, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0

Drake Brings Fire on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

Drake Brings Fire on If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

Drake in Beyonce-esque fashion, dropped a surprise project via itunes late Thursday night, titled If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late. Rumors had been circling the net of a potential mixtape coming from the Toronto emcee and although it’s definitely not the album Drake has been promoting heavily, it is for sale in album format. If [...]

February 16, 2015 Rachel Leah Reviews, Tunes 0