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(PICS) Immortal Technique x Brother Ali bring War & Peace to Boston

(PICS) Immortal Technique x Brother Ali bring War & Peace to Boston

Immortal Technique and Brother Ali reached the home stretch of their War & Peace Tour Tuesday night (Oct 1, 2013) the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts after the canceling of the East Coast dates for the Rock the Bells tour. The theme of the tour, “Music with a Message”, was omnipresent throughout the night. [...]

October 4, 2013 KBB Staff Live, Reviews 0

(Review) 2 Chainz – B.O.A.T.S. II: #MeTime

(Review) 2 Chainz – B.O.A.T.S. II: #MeTime

Every rapper who’s relevant in the industry has a reason to be. Each person appeals to a specific group of followers who can relate. The style of each artist contains something that makes him or her stand out from the rest. Drake offers intellectual wordplay on softer topics (for the most part). Kendrick spits poetic forms [...]

September 22, 2013 Cheyauna Potter Reviews, Tunes 0

Drake “Too Much” LIVE on Jimmy Fallon

Drake “Too Much” LIVE on Jimmy Fallon

So Drake (@Drake) decided to debut some music from his new album “Nothing Was The Same” while on Jimmy Fallon. The name of the track is “Too Much” & the toronto native clears his chest with a few things on this track … Album in stores on September 24th check out the video below. [...]

September 14, 2013 QUISington Live 0

Kendrick Lamar and Solange answer the call at the second Boston Calling Music Festival

Kendrick Lamar and Solange answer the call at the second Boston Calling Music Festival

This weekend City Hall Plaza was transformed into a summer fair grounds because of the second Boston Calling two-day music festival. With acts like Vampire Weekend, Kendrick Lamar, Deer Tick, Solange, Major Lazer, and Flosstradamus, the festival was shaping up to be one of the best Boston has ever seen. I attended day two of [...]

September 10, 2013 Malc [MUSICisforLIFE] Features, Reviews 0

A$AP Ferg creates an ominous opera on “Trap Lord”

A$AP Ferg creates an ominous opera on “Trap Lord”

It’s not easy being talented and having to wait in the shadow of your group’s front man until it’s your time. This was the case of A$AP Ferg as he watched his teammate A$AP Rocky flourish on the hip-hop scene in the past year. This Harlem painter-turned-rapper helmed the standout track “Work” from the A$AP [...]

August 22, 2013 Malc [MUSICisforLIFE] Reviews, Tunes 0

(Concert Review) Bruno Mars displays #Killer moves at sold out #MoonshineJungle Tour stop

(Concert Review) Bruno Mars displays #Killer moves at sold out #MoonshineJungle Tour stop

“How in the blue hell did I end up here?” Actually I know exactly why I’m here. It’s the gig. But more than the assignment, it was the curiosity that had me at TD Banknorth Garden for the third stop on pop star Bruno Mars’ Moonshine Jungle Tour. A string of hit records of his [...]

July 2, 2013 G. Valentino Ball Live, Reviews 0

KILLER SHOW RECAP: Geto Boys @ The Middle East (6.29.2013)

KILLER SHOW RECAP: Geto Boys @ The Middle East (6.29.2013)

I arrived to the Middle East around 10 PM last night for the Geto Boys show and I noticed the line was rather long. I could see it as I walked up Mass Ave. and the last time I saw a line that long it was for the sold out CZARFACE show months ago. As [...]

June 30, 2013 Dart Adams Features, Live, Reviews 8

(Review) Chrisette Michelle delivers on new disc ‘Better’

(Review) Chrisette Michelle delivers on new disc ‘Better’

In a world where thin-voiced pop singers can reach the top of the charts with one well-produced track, Chrisette Michelle almost seems out of place. The former gospel choir leader has pipes, and much like Melanie Fiona, Michelle finds herself caught in a balancing act of trying to make music that’s current while using the [...]

May 23, 2013 G. Valentino Ball Reviews, Tunes 0

(Review) Lil Wayne – I Am Not a Human Being II

(Review) Lil Wayne – I Am Not a Human Being II

When Lil Wayne’s I Am Not a Human Being dropped, the title seemed accurate. Weezy’s status in the industry was at an all-time high (sales and reputation-wise), so telling competition they’d need a space shuttle to reach his level wasn’t so pretentious; he’d earned that spot. The first installment came out following his successful The [...]

April 19, 2013 Cheyauna Potter Reviews, Tunes 0

(Live Review) Joey Bada$$ is a Beast Of The East

(Live Review) Joey Bada$$ is a Beast Of The East

It’s crazy to think that this young man doesn’t even have an album out yet. Touring off of mixtapes alone is a recent trend due to the internet’s dominance on media. Joey Bada$$ is no exception. He is three projects in (including a Pro Era compilation tape) and commands respect like a vet. The young [...]

April 5, 2013 KBB Staff Live, Reviews 0