Fans of the Boot Camp Clik will remember a rapper named Illa Noyz who featured on numerous songs by the supergroup. If you recall, Illa Noyz was the brother of member Sean Price and he made various songs with the whole of the B.C.C. as well as individual […]
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There was a great period during the 70s and 80s in which many credible Christmas Pop songs were made. Although a novelty, this musical trend created some classic Rock, Disco, and even Hip-Hop songs that have yet to be topped decades later. It’s no coincidence that the majority […]
‘A Walk Among The Tombstones’ is a movie about a retired cop and ex-alcoholic named Matt Scudder who is hired by a drug trafficker to track down the kidnappers who killed his wife. Reluctantly, Scudder takes the case and as he investigates, he discovers that the kidnappers-slash-murderers have […]
Based on the novel of the same name, ‘Cold In July’ tells the story of an average man named Richard Dane who one night accidentally shoots and kills an intruder in his home. Richard then discovers that the intruder was a wanted felon named Freddy Russell who was […]
‘Imperium’ tells the story of an undercover FBI Agent named Nate Foster who infiltrates a far right organisation in order to thwart a dirty bomb plot. Daniel Radcliffe is perfectly cast as Nate; the small, unassuming, bookish, somewhat introverted yet intelligent loner, and he is the main reason […]
Whether you’re Pagan, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, or Atheist, when it comes to Halloween most of us can’t help but get into the spirit of the festivities. Once you’ve carved your pumpkins, got your costumes on, laid out your sweets and snacks, got your horror movies […]
Vinnie Paz, the Philadelphian front-man of the underground phenomenon known as Jedi Mind Tricks today releases his third solo album. Paz, who is known for his energetic voice, effortless delivery, and lyrics which mix religion, politics, and braggadocio elements, brings his usual content to this album and for […]
Jus Allah’s album “M.M.A.” could have been so much more, especially since Jus is one of the most unique rappers who successfully blends Horrorcore; serial killers, witchcraft, violence, with black comedy, pessimism and even a little introspection. That being said, his 2015 album “M.M.A.” (Meanest Man Alive”) is […]
Scarface’s album “The Diary” rarely gets mentioned when people speak about Hip-Hop from the golden era and that’s pretty strange since it was a platinum selling LP. With Mafioso Rap coming to the fore in the mid-nineties, “The Diary” fitted perfectly into the Hip-Hop genre during the emergence […]
These days if someone criticises mainstream Hip-Hop they get labelled an elitist, but what these people don’t seem to understand is that when someone speaks ill of contemporary rappers, they’re being critical of the individual artists not the sub-genre itself. If someone doesn’t like Chief Keef for example, […]
Back in 1994, a rapper named Ras Kass made a little buzz in the underground. With his contribution to the group Western HemisFear, his verse on the “Wake Up Show Anthem”, and his single “Remain Anonymous”/“Won’t Catch Me Runnin’”, he became known for his anti-mainstream sentiments and his […]
Before Sacha Baron Cohen and Marc Wootton created their various satirical characters, and way before Vitalii Sediuk accosted celebrities and famously received a restraining order, there was a much wittier and sharper celeb-harasser named Dennis Pennis. Pennis was a character created by Paul Kaye and Anthony Hines; he […]
After the Boot Camp Clik released back-to-back classic LP’s by Black Moon and Smif-N-Wessun, the Bucktown clique’s next two groups (Heltah Skeltah and Originoo Gunn Clappaz) came together to form The Fabulous Five before they each dropped their own albums. Heltah Skeltah’s Ruck and Rock along with O.G.C.’s […]