Another day, another excessively long list from a media publication boasting about their deep knowledge of a genre to create conversation and profit. Yes, Rolling Stone released their 200 Greatest
Cypress Hill has returned with their tenth studio album, Back In Black, produced entirely by Black Milk and due March 18, 2022 via MNRK. To ring in the announcement, the group has shared new single “Bye Bye,”
Raised in North Oakland, Genre has been around music for as long as he can remember. As a child, his father would play artists like Stevie Wonder in the house.
Festival Sunday comes too soon. You realize all the things you’ve yet to explore. The foods you haven’t tried. The friends you’ve missed in the crowds. Yet, it doesn’t come
Gov Ball Day Two – What a difference a day makes. The festival has worked out the kinks. The crowd knows where to go and how to act. And the
New York City’s Gov Ball is back. After a long pandemic, a postponement, a change of venue, Gov Ball made a reappearance for its 10th anniversary, not at its original
Photo Credit: Robert Matheu For half a century Jerry Williams Jr. has been forging his own path through the music industry. His early R&B recordings as Little Jerry Williams and his
Though the atmosphere made it hard to listen objectively, especially through the visible marijuana haze and palpable energy, there were some artists whose performances didn’t live up to expectations. Maybe it’s puberty finally setting in, or a lot of vocal editing in the studio, but Joey Bada$$’s voice was much deeper than in his recorded tracks. It was most noticeable in “Waves,” when he began it was hard to believe it was even him. In addition to that unexpected factor, his energy seemed to die of during the second part of his set on the Due’s Paid stage.
Curren$y hardly fails to impress his fans, and his newest mix tape, New Jet City, is no exclusion. The tape is a compilation of well-produced tracks stressing the fact that he has made it as an artist, and depicting the struggles that accompany the fame. The mix-tape starts off with the title track, a powerful introductory sample, trumpets and an upbeat instrumental background help lift the mood instantly. Although the mix-tape had more features than usual, Curren$y still managed to come out on top and was able to showcase his relaxed flow and catchy lyricism.