“I remember when I discovered purpose.”
Apollo Brown, L’ Orange, Mr. Lif, and Kool Keith; These are some of the artists that belong to Mello Music Group, a label that “sounds beautiful like the truth”. Stacked alongside their cast of artists stands the rapper/producer known as Oddisee, whose brand of wordplay paints a canvas of topics that are controversial in today’s heated social and political realms. Oddisee crafts intelligent hip-hop without getting lost behind modern-day production techniques. His music is simple but also progressive in multiple ways. Over the past 12 months, Oddisee has been paving a trail of album releases infused with luscious instrumentation. Continue reading Album Review | Oddisee – The Iceberg
The smoke has finally cleared after a brief legal battle between Radiohead and Lana Del Rey. Nnews continued to float around regarding Radiohead’s apparent lawsuit claiming that “Get Free” by Lana Del Rey shamelessly infringes on the composition of the famous alternative rock anthem “Creep” by Radiohead, released in 1993 from their debut album Pablo Honey. Continue reading Lana Del Rey’s Legal Battle with Radiohead Finally Ends
Hobo Johnson is making waves in the music community. Read our review to get the latest on this trending alternative rap poet!
Hip-hop needs a new home.
Hip-hop is one of the most popular genres in today’s music scene, and the ruthless, cutthroat community – often a killing floor – is a narrow stomping ground with little room to grow.
Then there’s Hobo Johnson. Continue reading Hobo Johnson | The Rise of a Poet