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. 

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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. 

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This episode Alicia and I talk about the fantastic movie Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2.  Since we both saw the first one and I read the comic books from Marvel, we had to see the new one.  Alicia had to see it during her conference and I saw it with my daughter Milan.   But we had to see vol. 2 and experience this funny, loud exciting movie.  We kinda look at this from our different experience with different people but still able to give a great perspective of the movie.

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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

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On this podcast Sean and I tackle one of the hotest Rap artist out right now.  Kendrick Lamar.  His new album Damn has just been released and go through our weekly scrutiny of the artist and production.  You may know this was a highly anticipated album and we see his growth in this new release.  O and we talk about Big Sean's new release as well.

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On this podcast Sean and I get pleasantly surprised by two new releases that we decided to review. The Mega Star Drake and there'll know and respected Rick Ross.  We swing it back and forth and have a humorous and entertaining discussion on these two artist.  You Might be surprised by our points of views.

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March 15, 2017

Future vs. Migos Review

This session Sean and Raymond join me to discuss two of Atlanta's hot artist The Migos and Future.  We discuss their impact in the game and who and what they are to the game and local ATaliens that support their home team.  We kinda go through our thoughts about their new CD's.

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This podcast we discuss the hot topic of Chrisette Michele and her controversial singing at Trumps inauguration.  Well actually just one of the functions of the day of inauguration.  As twisted as it sounds, our thoughts are she could have spun the situation in her favor if she didn't sing but she didn't,  and even now after she did sing she could have done some things to help her appeal.  We debate the issue as well as bring humor to a sad situation.

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January 13, 2017

Hidden Figures Review

Today we talk about the very uplifting and empowering movie Hidden Figures (not Hidden Fences).  This is so much more of a movie than just 3 women working for NASA.  It really teaches you on so many levels that we had to talk about this.  I hope you get to see the movie if not, take a listen to what our observations are.

Three brilliant African-American women at NASA -- Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe) -- serve as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn (Glen Powell) into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world.

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This episode we talk about a few  rappers/entertainers that are changing the sound of hip hop and is this just a phase that the distributors are allowing or is this a change that will be able to move Hip Hop to a different space.  These unique entertainers we talk about moves between rap, vocals and unique production to enhance their style and their personality.  Here's our thoughts

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