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.
4:44 is the fourteenth studio album and thirteenth solo album by American rapper Jay-Z. It was released on June 30, 2017 through Roc Nation. The album is produced by No I.D. with additional production from Jay-Z, as well as James Blake and Dominic Maker on the album's physical bonus tracks. The album features guest appearances from Frank Ocean, Damian Marley, Beyoncé and Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter.
Sean and I review this epic album and get sidetracked on production and genre's
Today's podcast, Sean and I talk about the two new release by 2 Chainz and Big Boi. Two South side atlanta rappers with their own unique way of telling their own story. Living in Georgia as these two were coming up we some changes and not so subtle changes in styles and production.
This podcast Sean and I talk about the most disappointing releases that came out this year that we had higher expectations for. Some say it was a waste of thought, other say we are blasphemous. We give our opinions on the releases and perhaps some we did not spend the energy to even give enough air time on.
The team discuss the new Ice Cube venture with basketball called "the Big 3". Old ass NBA trying to regain their Glory while playing in a televised pick up game. One of us is all in the others have some very strong opinions. Just saying
This session Sean and I review the Talib Kweli & Styles P "The Seven album" as well as David Banner's "The God Box". new releases. We welcome back the voice of Styles P to the rap game and we break down the activist release by David Banner. interesting perspective with some serious decent production from both releases.
Tonight we look at the Black Panther trailer for the 18th time. The buzz and feedback has been so overwhelming that we had to do a review of the review of the trailer. We also give credit to the original artist that does the theme (run the jewels - Legend has it)
This session Sean and I review the Gorillaz Humanz new release (plus a few youtube video's) Humanz (deluxe version). This vitural english band has been doing alternative music since 1998. with 4 animated members. With a twist of what Genre we normally review this was a group I listen to in the past and Sean wanted a different feel to our review. We finish the review with B.O.B one of our favorite rappers from Decatur Georgia with his new album Ether. Two different artist/groups that we reviewed.
On this session of CarrWaxx, Sean and I discuss two upcoming artist in the rap game that are moving in different directions but are building a name for themselves with their unique brand and style. With a few albums under their belt we address the new LP's under the current conditions in our world. We throw around some thoughts and likes of both albums and add in a few other current releases