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.
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
4 Your Eyes Only plunges deep into J. Cole's soul. You can clearly hear it in his voice - pleading testifying, on the verge of cracking. At Center stage with no featured guest, The North Carolina rapper speaks out on social ills, black lives and doing the right thing in a world of wrong.
We plunge into this amazing artist with a old hip hop head and a Generation X perspective. Sean and I give props to a hip hop artist with a CD well made
This CarrWaxx episodes starts the series on Live DJ's that move crowds and not play music. We talk to DJ Ant Live of Harlem and how he still does DJing with the classic 1200's and how true DJ's are still moving the crowds. We do a round table with Ant Live and get his views on the art today.
This introduction to Carr Waxx starts with the classic hits of Chic and the Sugar Hill Gang. The 70's and 80's were a time of street DJ's building their skills and competing against each other for crowd dominance. Mark and Michael discuss their experience with these records and during that era
This episode we look at some unknown one and done artist that shined during their time but faded away in to oblivion. These artist was a must have for artist and filler and ensured they would keep dancers and B Boys on the floor until we could begin playing the main attractions. We discuss our struggles and how we had to keep up with the changing trends of hip Hop music