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 collar 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.
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.
I’m back to finish up my two part review of Dabrye. His latest sparked me to go back and listen to his past work then reintroduce you to his current release. As part of my producer feature on CarrWaxx. We Focus on the latest and greatest (a matter of taste of course) These producers are just unique and away from the mainstream that one would hear on streaming services. Here is Three/Three
We end the 3 part review of the music awards for 2018 with a few reviews that we enjoyed based on the lyrical abilities of these artist. Ending with the Album/Artist of the year, that doesn’t line up too well with the Grammy’s. Especially the crime of not including J. Cole. Go back and reference the reviews for these nominee's throughout the year so you can see where we were with our predictions.
Slept on album of the year
Creative album of the year
Underground Lyrical Album of the year
Hip Hop Lyrical Album of the year
Album of the year
Welcome back to part two of the music awards for 2018. This session jumps into some of the meat of music people would frequent. These categories are part of the exceptional artist that you would see during regular awards shows. Go back and reference the reviews for these nominee's throughout the year so you can see where we were with our awards.
Rookie album of the year
Veteran album of the year
Collab album of the year
Best Producer Album of the year
Wackness Album of the year
Swag Album of the year
Welcome to the three part series of the music awards for 2018 . We have your basic categories and the exceptional categories that we felt had to be added based on the artists contributions for the year. Go back and reference the reviews for the nominee's but this year we have some of the listeners contribution which is a great addition to our review. Based on the Instagram poll from @bougieblacksean
Music Video of the year
Hip-Hop Documentary of the year
Hip-Hop Superstar of the year
South Album of the year
East Album of the year
West Album of the year
I ran into one of my favorite producers from the early 2000's and found that he released a current LP that was in line with his previous releases. Tadd Mullinixor Dabrye at that time was a talented producer from Michigan that did a lot of production with electronics and hip hop. To pay homage to his career and to highlight his new release. I wanted to review his previous releases. Here's part 1
Tadd Mullinixor Dabryeis an American musician from Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States, also known by the aliases James T. Cottonand SK-1. During his adolescent years, he grew up in Troy, MI. His Winking Makes a Face was the first album released by Ann Arbor’s Ghostly International. Parting with the IDMsound of Winking..., the first Dabrye album was 2001's One/Three, whose take on instrumental hip-hopparalleled the work of artists such as Prefuse 73.