T.I. is back with new album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head. Considering T.I.’s troubles with law, this was one album fans have anticipated. How would T.I. respond content wise? Does T.I. still have the same fire as he once had? Hell is the album any good? Take a listen to our review and let us know what you think?
We didn’t see much point in doing another Death Grips album review. At this point, you can place a safe bet on how we’re going to feel about any further material they release. However, since so many of you were asking for Myke C-Town’s opinion on it, he decided to do a solo review of No Love Deep Web. Check it out.
Written by: @darcwon Kane Mayfield has been on his grind for quite some time. The Long Island raised Guyanese rhyme spitter has been at work creating music for the past few years. Having been raised in the same city as De La Soul (Amityville, NY), a town over from Rakim (Wynedanch), and up the road from EPMD (Brentwood), it’s not hard to imagine where Kane found his voice in hip hop. For his latest project, Kane delivers Rhymes by Kane: Thievery Corporation Edition using intricate instrumentals from the library of Thievery Corporation. Thievery Corporation (Rob Garza and Eric Hilton) is…
Domo Genesis recently hooked up with Alchemist to drop this full length mixtape project. With Rolling Papers and Under the Influence under his belt, Domo ventures outside of the OF camp to pull in production from the producer who has worked with the likes of Nas, Mobb Deep, Oh No, Dilated People, Casual, Ghostface, Royce, Group Home, Big Pun and plenty more so the resume is solid. Here is our assessment of Domo Genesis’s No Idols. Let the comments begin.
Quite timely after the official Church Clothes review dropped last week. Maybe Myke C-Town gets his answers?