Album Reviews

Lil Durk – Love Songs for the Streets

Jordon Suber Lil Durk’s mixtape, “Love Songs For the Streets,” was released February 28. The mixtape has features from Young Thug, YFN Lucci and others. This mixtape consist of nine songs and on production, lil...

“Black Noise” by Kirk Knight

By Landen Winkles My pick of the week is from one of my favorite hip-hop collectives, Pro Era. Kirk Knight, one of the few artists I've been lucky enough to have seen live, dropped...

“H.E.R. Vol. 1”

By April Latham With her first album released mid-September, H.E.R. is an upcoming R&B artist with talent to show. H.E.R. Vol. 1 is so soothing and relaxing. The first song, “Losing,” is a soft ballad that...

“ANXT EP” by Femignome

By: Jimmy Sears Femignome are an Atlanta garage-rock duo named Anna and Kate Jacobson who utilize a lo-fi punk-inspired twinge. The band’s layout is simple. Anna’s the lead vocalist and guitarist while Kate is the...

Rick Ross – Rather You Than Me

by Jordan Suber Rick Ross has been in the rap game for over 10 years and “Rather You Than Me” is the rapper’s ninth studio album as a successor to his 2015 studio album “Black...

“Gang Signs and Prayer” by Stormzy

By Deja Kehinde South London grime artist Stormzy delivers a diverse debut album entitled "Gang Signs and Prayer," which allows himself to standout as not only a grime rapper, but also as a faith-driven artist...
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