Run The Jewels are one of my favorite groups I’ve ever heard in music, and that’s because of how energetic, memorable, and charismatic their music. Killer Mike and El-P have amazing flows that they trade in every song, and with El-P’s master-class production, the duo is a match made in heaven for sure.
This sophomore album was released for free on their website four days before the actual release date. To promote the album, three singles were released. Blockbuster ... read more
The first album I’ve heard in their discography was none other than the legendary Heaven Or Las Vegas, an album I gave a 100 to, and is one of my 15 favorite albums of all time. It has a really blissful sound, and I’ve had that album on repeat along with ... read more
It’s likely that Kanye and Kid Cudi will never make a song together again.
This is the fifth 7-song album produced by Kanye in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, following Pusha T’s “DAYTONA” and Kanye West’s “ye.” Similar to the latter, this album was premiered at a listening party. This time, it was held at a ghost town.
Kanye and Cudi are no stranger to their issues; their demons; and their controversies. This album dives into the ... read more
I’m not joking when I say this is a lot better than The Life Of Pablo and Yeezus.
This is Kanye’s eighth studio album, and he discusses various topics ranging from mental health and addiction. Speaking of mental health, this is the album where Kanye reveals his bipolar disorder diagnosis through the cover.
It also happens to be one of the 7-song albums produced by Kanye that were recorded in ... read more
Before the final title was made, there were many changes to the title. It was originally gonna be called So Help Me God, then Swish, then Waves, and then we finally got the title. This was also a Tidal exclusive, with this album only bring released on all streaming services on April 1st, 2016. In summer 2016, Saint Pablo was added to the album.
I’ve never been the biggest fan of this album for how inconsistent it is, and I don’t ... read more
I’ve come out as bi to y’all, and that secret is out there to y’all. However, that was when I realized that I may be blossoming as a person. I’m trying to dig myself out of my self-loathing thoughts, and that’s when I felt like I wasn’t alone. That’s when I found out that this is a life worth living. That’s when I knew that I am a good person. That’s when I discovered positive ... read more
I’m a pretty big fan of hip hop, and I’m familiar with both the people who made this collab. Danny Brown made my favorite rap album of all time, Atrocity Exhibition, and Peggy made my favorite album of 2021, as well as one of my favorite rap songs ever.
When I found out that they would make this masterpiece, you know I went “HOLY SHIT!” They both seemed to be a match made in heaven, and guess ... read more
This is their debut album made by legendary rapper/producer El-P and Atlanta rapper Killer Mike, released for free on their website in 2013.
The album came out with a lot of critical acclaim, with people calling this album “remarkably fun,” and in all honesty, this album is jam-packed with fun.
El-P is one of my favorite producers of all time. I like the minimalism in this EP, and both rappers in the duo’s rapping style fit everything ... read more
Anyway, this is one of those albums where I can’t find any redeeming qualities whatsoever. None of the features could save any of the songs on this album. The production is painfully generic, and Lil Xan sounds like he’s either tired as fuck or hyped up on ten thousand gallons of Monster Energy mixed with percs.
For the sake of your sanity, stay the fuck ... read more
I’ve grown up with a lot of the songs on the album, and while they can be cringy at times, they hold so much sentimental value to me that I’ve ran out of fucks to give about how bad they could be.
Anyway, this is basically like Dangerkids but make it a pop rap cross with electropop. It’s never gonna be the best thing ever, but for ... read more
Hey! Critic! You’ve ruined my sanity!
I mean, it’s alright, like…overrated as fuck in my opinion.
This album first appeared in a tweet made on May 2, 2013, revealing a date for the album. People came up with so many ideas for what the album would be like when the rollout would happen, followed by a premiere of the song “New Slaves.” Then, his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, revealed the title of the album.
Oh what a love-hate relationship I’ve had with ... read more
I had to take a break yesterday.
There have been a lot of factors as to why I didn’t do anything except for communicate in shoutboxes yesterday. My mental wasn’t in the best place yesterday, especially since Sundays are boring, and it was the first time since 2021 that the boredom made me depressed. And then we have dramas between AOTY ... read more
A Tribe Called Quest is one of my favorite rap groups of all time, with amazing flows from everyone and Q-Tip’s top notch production. This album is the defining moment in their career, with absolutely zero skips.
This album cemented this group’s status as one of the most important artists in hip hop after their debut failed to live up to the group’s expectations. Phife Dawg and Q-Tip both have amazing rhymes in this album, with Q-Tip rapping about ... read more
Twenty One Pilots are a guilty pleasure to me. Maybe it’s just bias, but a lot of their music has been a part of my childhood, so of course I’m gonna give this a higher score.
This album is definitely nothing special. This was never meant to be a passion piece, but do I have any fucks to give about this? Hell no!
The album is extremely well produced, and the rapping in this album actually doesn’t ... read more