With production from Diplo, Kanye West, The-Dream and Babyface, Beyonce Knowles might just have the R&B album of the Summer. She has been very quiet prior to this release and I can understand why after creating a masterpiece like this. The album isn’t due out until June 28th but it wasn’t long before i got my hands on it and gave it a full listen. Check out what i thought about it.
Hit the jump for the review of Beyonce’s new album 4.
At first glance, that’s definitely one word that comes to mind when describing Tyler, The Creator of Odd Future. Unless you’ve been living under a fucking rock, you’ve at least heard some buzz about Tyler, The Creator, whether it be on MTV, some random Hip Hop blog, or even OF’s performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Tyler is more than just a viral hit, but is becoming one of the front runners in the hip hop game. Essentially, Tyler is the front man of his group (even though he probably likes to deny this fact.) So with him coming out with Goblin as his sophmore album (the first album being Bastard), there has been a reasonable amount of hype surrounding this album release.
Like every year DJ Premier presents to you his top 20 albums of a year on LiveFromHQ, also in 2009 he did that. But instead of top 20 it’s now top 25. Check out Premos top 25 of 2010:
I judge my list based on dope beats, dope rhymes, scratchin’ and cutting, creativity, uniqueness, originality, and overall packaging of the product’s integrity. I don’t care if you sold a million copies, that does not make it dope. I went through more than 60 LP’s released in ‘09 on major and indie labels over and over to get it as close as i possible could to being satisfied with the list so here it is along with the list.
Check out Dave Raps, fresh new talent out of Florida. Got sent this tape and I’m now officially a fan. Read what i had to saw about him and his latest project. Tracklist x Download the tape for FREE below.
Dave Raps “Too Unknown” is a MUST download if you aren’t familiar with it already. Get it here:
Went through and gave Diddy-Dirty Money’s Last Train To Paris LP a thourugh listen and provided my thoughts. The first thing that i was expecting to hear was a great album. Diddy came through and gave me just want i wanted, a broad range of sounds and scenery that pleased my ears.
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