Future Monster Mixtape Review

One of the most underrated and influential mixtapes of the 2010s, Monster, by Future, opened the door for the future of trap music and changed rap to as we know it is today. With it being overlooked by the mainstream listeners of today, I’m gonna give my take on the 2014 mixtape.             Track one Radical wastes no time getting into the dark sound of the … Continue reading Future Monster Mixtape Review

Kid Cudi Man On the Moon: The End of Day Review

   Kid Cudi’s first and arguably most influential project, Man On the Moon: The End of Day, is one that has created many artists we see today and changed the landscape of rap music forever. With it’s deep topics that were aside from the norm of rap at the time, it was a new light to the music scene and allowed for much diversity for years … Continue reading Kid Cudi Man On the Moon: The End of Day Review

Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review

 The debut studio album for Baby Keem The Melodic Blue was an album I wasn’t really too excited for just over a month ago. But after some great performances on songs with Kayne West and Kendrick Lamar especially I became intrigued and decided to give the album a listen when it was released, safe to say it beat my expectations.             Track one, trademark usa, throws … Continue reading Baby Keem The Melodic Blue Review

Thursday The Weeknd Review

The second of The Weeknd’s first three notorious mixtapes Thursday is the album for review today. The Weeknd at the time of this mixtape had just gotten recognition for his first mixtape House of Balloons and it was important to capitalize on this momentum, which he did.              Track one Lonely Star throws you into the album immediately having high energy and getting you hooked right … Continue reading Thursday The Weeknd Review

Drake Certified Lover Boy Album Review

One of the most well-recognized names in music today, Drake dropped his newest album, Certified Lover Boy. With 21 tracks and the album being dropped just a few days after the album Donda by Kayne West which turned out to be a great album, the expectations were high.           Track one Champagne Poetry is a classic Drake intro being 5 minutes long and showcasing a beat … Continue reading Drake Certified Lover Boy Album Review

The Weeknd House of Balloons Review

Before The Weeknd got world wide fame, he put out 3 mixtapes which caught the attention of Drake and the underground R&B world. The first of these 10 song mixtapes is House of Balloons.           The mixtape starts with track one High For This which starts with The Weeknd slowly singing and picking the pace up of the song before the bass drop that comes. When … Continue reading The Weeknd House of Balloons Review

J. Cole The Offseason Review

One of the most respected and talented artists in the music industry, J. Cole, has released his long awaited album “The Offseason”. The album is twelve tracks long with two of those songs “interlude” and “the. climb. back” being singles released prior to the album.            Cole started out the album with “95. South” a song perfectly fit as an intro with plenty of bars to … Continue reading J. Cole The Offseason Review

Daft Punk Retires After 28 Years

 Daft Punk, one of the most iconic music groups of all time especially for dance and electronic, after 28 years has split up and retired from music. Whether you know them from their iconic Silver and Gold masks which keep their identity hidden from the public or for their fantastic music, it can be agreed that it is a sad day for the music industry. … Continue reading Daft Punk Retires After 28 Years

Shawn Mendes: Wonder Review

The Lost In Japan artist, Shawn Mendes, has released his first single, Wonder, on October 2nd, to set off the hype for his fourth album, also named Wonder, coming out on December 9th. Prior to the single, he released an intro song, indicating that he’s focusing his mind in his own space, “the world of wonder.”  Before the song was released, he posted a TikTok … Continue reading Shawn Mendes: Wonder Review