Lupe Fiasco was my savior and The Cool was my Bible. He perfectly articulated the struggles of the black community.
About Sam Woods-Corr
What’s up. My name is Samuel Woods-Corr and I’m a filmmaker and writer from Jersey who decided to pack his bags and drive across the country to the City of Angels and pursue a career in film. I am currently living in Koreatown and loving the hell out of it. Music and gaming are my two greatest passions other than film so expect articles from me in those two genres. Looking forward to making your days totally awesome.
Entries by Sam Woods-Corr
Whether you’re slashing through hordes of enemies with a sword or gunning down waves of mutated zombies with a machine gun, it’s all part of the grind.
Chance the Rapper called out that if we could see the bank accounts of a lot of rappers these days, the numbers would be way lower than we’d expect.
Video games and mods have gone hand and hand since conception. Players have always wanted to find backdoors and spread their own creativity into the games they love so much.
As soon as I heard Adi Shankar was creating an animated series based on the beloved Castlevania franchise, I was tuned in and ready to go.
Venom has problems. A startling criticism of a superhero movie rooted in the MCU but nonetheless an accurate one.
Awaiting the release of Jump Force, a fighting game one can only hope and pray will become competitive, I thought it would be fun to review the announced character list.
Imitation is the highest form of flattery. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that phrase growing up. I also remember learning about plagiarism.
We get into Lupe Fiasco more closely especially after his most recent release, Drogas Wave.