This wasn’t something we really were waiting for after the mixed reviews of NAGA last year. But this really interesting throwback production was something that came out of no where. Lets see what Sean’s opinion is.
Our second half review falls on a producer. Metro Boomin is synonymous with the Atlanta sound. Seems to be always on the Quality Control hits and then some. We speak to the features and his creative way he decided to approach this solo album with a massive cast of QC artist.
As a continuation of the Quality control releases of the year. We take a listen to the Third member of The Migos, TakeOff. With no features listed on this release. We were very skeptical with what we were going to hear. Especially with the amount of Swag Offset and Quavo always bring to the team.
We delve back into trap music and review LIL Baby's Harder than ever 17 track release. Since we have heard so much coming from the trap music community as well as the folks from Quality Control. Sean throws this young rapper on the table to review and get a good listen too. A freshman for 2018, so we wonder if he will be part of the XXL freshman class of 2018.
We go through Sy Ari's two releases for the year 2018 and try to pinpoint this guys style and what he has done over the years as well as how his two releases compare to each other. We finish part two of the two Artist review with Sy Ari Da Kid
For this two part music review, we review Tech n9ne and SyAri da Kid. We go through these two artist old and new releases that have diverse and creative histories, We start with the prolific veteran from Kansas City, Tech n9ne. We discuss his previous work and his current release. With Tech n9ne unique style, it makes you rethink the current change of hip hop today.
Welcome to the episode with two amazing releases that we happened to put them together based on the quality and lyrical quality of these two releases. Wasn't expecting these artist killing it like they did on this release. Cyhi really showing out on this one which is still in rotation and Big Krit doing a split album of his hip hop side and then the Justin Scott side F*ckin blew me up.
We hit two cities today with the new releases by Yo Gotti and The Hustle Gang. Yeah Gotta been out for a minute but the Hustle Gang is on some other shit. Memphis and the A gets the review this week and I fell asleep on one of them.
4:44 is the fourteenth studio album and thirteenth solo album by American rapper Jay-Z. It was released on June 30, 2017 through Roc Nation. The album is produced by No I.D. with additional production from Jay-Z, as well as James Blake and Dominic Maker on the album's physical bonus tracks. The album features guest appearances from Frank Ocean, Damian Marley, Beyoncé and Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter. 4:44 was released as an exclusive to Sprint and Tidal customers, and is the first in a planned series of music exclusives from the Sprint-Tidal partnership.
Sean and I review this epic album and get sidetracked on production and genre's
Today's podcast, Sean and I talk about the two new release by 2 Chainz and Big Boi. Two south side Atlanta rappers with their own unique way of telling their own story. Living in Georgia as these two were coming up we some changes and not so subtle changes in styles and production.
Boomiverse - Big Boi
Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz