Joey Bada$$. A prodigy of rap truly ahead of his time with a sound that oozes nostalgic New York rap.
If you have not given BROCKHAMPTON a chance because of lack of awareness or understanding of who they are, you are missing out on some unique and innovative music.
I don’t blame Tekashi69 or his PR team. I blame the ignorant people who perpetuate this stereotype of rap music.
There are few hard rock albums with packed with as much raw emotion as the stellar Temple of the Dog record.
I felt there was so much to this band I could follow. They were dark, edgy, but fun to watch. And, as a fan of them since their inception, I have never been disappointed in them.
It was 1972. We were thirteen years old and thinking we were pretty cool. Another thing I remember from that night was the music.
California spawned countless punk rock bands throughout the years since punk’s conception, but few are as under appreciated as Blatz and Filth
Lupe Fiasco was my savior and The Cool was my Bible. He perfectly articulated the struggles of the black community.
I have been into battle rap since high school. I was pretty good back then because I did my research.