This episode Sean and I hit up some old school rappers that have new releases. One solo on his own as usual and the other a Jadakiss collar with Fabulous . Is everybody trying to get a check out here by trying to make something new? Some have tried, many have failed
We hit two cities today with the new releases by Yo Gotti and The Hustle Gang. Yeah Gotta been out for a minute but the Hustle Gang is on some other shit. Memphis and the A gets the review this week and I fell asleep on one of them.
Sean and I get into one of the NBA's finest a listen and an unexpected collaboration that surprised us both. Damian Lillard the Portland Trailblazers starting guard puts together a very good selection that we weren't expected to here. On top of that, Young Thug gets some unexpected love from some critical reviewers.
Sean and I review one of the best rap groups in Hip Hop history. The Wu-Tang-Clan. This new release snuck up on me because I didn't hear the buzz but Sean wanted to give the Wu their own time for a review. We talk about the Wu, older groups and artist that haven't been out recently.
Part 2 of our music podcast, Sean and I go in on Female rapper Rapsody. We are amazed by the talent she shows and how the production allowed her to highlight her skills and tell the stories you don't normally hear from many rappers out now and especially a female hip hop artist.
On this episode, Sean and I review an R&B vocalist and a Female rapper. We start with these generic terms because what we found was something we did not expect from these two artist that had us splitting up the reviews into two parts. Why - well you need to take a listen to understand how artist are called Artist. With a great touch of high shelf production.
On this episode, Sean and I go left field on these artist. One new to the Hip hop genre the other a prolific producer with production and hip hop albums underneath him. Really different perspective for both but we do our best to tackle the uniqueness of both of them.
This podcast Sean and I review these two hip hop artist that gave me two different feels of their type of music and really came up with some interesting views in their rap showcasing the issues in Chicago on the "autobiography as told by Vic Mensa" and Philly bred Meek Mill blesses us with "Win's & Loses".
Today Sean and I review the Imagine Dragons album and the creative mind of Vince Staples. Two Unique performers with similar ways of presenting their music and their sound. Very impressive. Thanks to Sean for finding new and exciting performers on a consistent basis.