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Young Thug’s “Beautiful Thugger Girls”, an Innovative Euphony Displaying Unparalleled Versatility

[8.1/10] That is a review score that will most likely catch many readers off guard, and understandably so; I, myself, was quite surprised at just how much I enjoyed this project. For quite some time, I had been a Young Thug denier, dismissively categorizing his music within the realm of bass drops and mumble rap […]

[REVIEW] Bryson Tiller Drops Lackluster Sophomore Album, True to Self

[4.7/10] Bryson Tiller‘s latest album, his sophomore release, True to Self, was surrounded with anticipation, and for good reason: Tiller, a Louisville native, exploded onto the scene with his 2014 Soundcloud drop, “Don’t”, which peaked at 13th on the Billboard Hot 100 and would ultimately serve as the premier single on his first studio album, […]

[Electro Pop] Szjerdene – Are You Here

Delusional individuals, those that hold on to the ludicrous idea that in their bodies inhabits a soul, separate to our physical plane of existence, not bound by what holds us in one place but free to connect beyond borders, across time and distance. Regardless of my self-proclaimed romantic nature, destiny has always provided a feast […]

[LISTENING PARTY REVIEW] MEXICAN INSTITUTE OF SOUND & TOY SELECTAH PREVIEW TRACKS FROM COLLABORATION ALBUM COMPASS

Last night at Red Bull Studios in Los Angeles, a select crowd of around 30 to 40 people were treated to an exclusive listening party and interview surrounding the upcoming collaborative album COMPASS, the brainchild of Mexican Institute of Sound and Mad Decent’s Toy Selectah. The evening began with an open bar and the freedom […]