Polo G – Hall of Fame, Album Review

Chicago rapper, Taurus Tremani Bartlett, aka Polo G, recently released his third studio album, Hall of Fame, a little over a year after his sophomore album The Goat ascended him into the mainstream hip-hop/rap scene. But not enough love is given to his first studio album, Die a Legend, which was the main stone that built his career forContinue reading “Polo G – Hall of Fame, Album Review”

Lil Baby and Lil Durk – The Voice of the Heroes, Album Review

Two rappers of the mainstream world come together to make an album that has been highly anticipated for the past few months. That would be Lil Durk and Lil Baby coming together to make The Voice of the Heroes, an album that they respectively pushed back a week for the release of DMX’s Exodus. Chicago and Atlanta’s sound comeContinue reading “Lil Baby and Lil Durk – The Voice of the Heroes, Album Review”

DMX — Exodus, Album Review

After the recent passing of legendary New York rapper, DMX, the hip-hop/rap world was devastated, especially by the way he passed away. DMX’s drug problem was a known issue to the entire community. There’s a commonly told story where DMX talks about the first time he smoked weed and the person that gave him theContinue reading “DMX — Exodus, Album Review”

J. Cole – The Off-Season, Album Review

J. Cole is finally back. One of the best MCs on the planet returns from his three-year layoff to release a highly anticipated album that fans have been slobbering for after KOD failed to reach the high expectations set by the public. The Off-Season was likely named to highlight his three-year layoff and that he’s been making changes toContinue reading “J. Cole – The Off-Season, Album Review”