We have been feeling ScHoolboy for a minute. Me not so major but his appearance has always been worth while. So with his 2019 release was another one of the artist we looked forward to hearing. With a 5 songs with features on a 14 track release. We wanted to lay back and check this one out.
We get a second chance to listen to a new feature release for Anderson Paak. It was surprising that he would come out with another release so quickly but the sound and feel of this release is something Sean and I wanted to discuss.
Our next R&B release is a spiritual amazing sequel to a seat at the table that transcend lyrics and takes you into another level of music. Sean and I kept silent about our review until we sat down to review it together. This is our thoughts.
When I Get Home is the fourth studio album by American singer and songwriter Solange, released on March 1, 2019. It is the follow-up to her 2016 album A Seat at the Table and explores Solange Knowles' hometown of Houston, Texas
DaBaby aka Baby Jesus from North Carolina fell in my lap within the new releases that was coming out lately. Sean agreed to take a listen so we took the time give someone from up I85 from Atlanta. This rapid fire artist gets some love.
Sooooo, Sean and I enjoyed the Future and Juicewrld collaboration last year and really didn’t know what Juicewrld would actually do for his next solo since the collab was such a success. Well this Death race thing came out and Sean laughed at me for about 10 min. We have our opinion and this is what we got.
So finally!! The offset solo release has arrived. To much fanfare and anticipation. Somebody is really excited and somebody is like…. Any who 1/3 features, very different feel and approach by the 3rd release by the 3rd member of the Migos trio.
We jump into Gunna’s 2nd major release on his own and actually coming out in competition with the OFFSET release the same day. We’ve seen him in so many other artist releases that we wondered how his solo would come off. With his success with Lil Baby, we had some skeptical views coming in.
We start the week out with a quick what’s on your mind and discuss the Grammy nominations and wins. We discuss our feelings about the industry as well as what we hope is a taking over of the music industry from Hip Hop to people of color. Then we get into our opinion on the GREAT J.Cole and the mission he is on. Quite an interesting discussion.
This week we jump into one of the old heads of the South rap Game Future. He’s hitting us at the beginning of the year after signing a 50 Mil contract with Epic, so you know we are going to get plenty more for the year. We review this 20 cut release.
So this interesting Eminem signed artist shows up and comes across as a very well seasoned story teller. We discuss his similarities to some well know artists as well as creating a very good West side sound and feel. And you know I’m loving the production.