Review: Universal Language Entertainment – Sound Shape Color

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGp2StkzkTY Music is known as a universal language, and because it transcends different demographics and cultures, it often has the power to bring people together. This theory rings true for one United States collective that uses hip-hop music and culture to connect as one through thoughtful expression and ability, just as the art intended. Universal... Continue Reading →

Review: Tru Judah – I’M FREE

"This ain't no church talk, man fuck your preacher" - I'M FREE Hebrew Israelite? Have we heard this term before? Oh yes, back in 2017, where Kendrick Lamar's DAMN album alludes to an esoteric lineage of black American's considered by many to be the original people of Israel. Kendrick, historians, and scholars have inspired this... Continue Reading →

Review: BJoe Steel – Between A Sunrise & A Cemetery

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36oGr3vYkJU&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3UfTS5xegRiVw2N1MLD5yhzoMuufQYeYBUds0NNA9aDnodVFwV7w2M1-M "Between a Sunrise & a Cemetery" is straight from the underground, but aims to reach a plateau which few emcees who journey can embark. BJoe Steel out of New Mexico catalyzes epic storytelling and cultural lyricism with well-placed penmanship, reminiscent of classic emcees like Slick Rick, Eyedea, MF DOOM, and Rakim, who used these... Continue Reading →

Review: KID Psycho & HarrisonBeatz – For The Greater Good BeatTape

https://open.spotify.com/album/23zrekaSrkVqqi4AxZKDcZ “For The Greater Good” is a collaboration hiphop beat tape between Las Vegas producers Kid Psycho & HarrisonBeatz. The cohesive dynamic between these two sonically, as well as the cinematic elements throughout each track, make this tape feel like a movie. With quotes from Hollywood films like Players Club, Scarface, and Back To The... Continue Reading →

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