The Lost Boyz, a four-piece Rap group from Jamaica Queens dropped their impressive debut album “Legal Drug Money” in 1996. The album was released during a time when the Hip-Hop genre was slowly becoming mainstream, but alongside a few Artists who were blending Rap with R&B in order […]
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With the sound of a crowd cheering for Joey Bada$$, the opening of “B4.Da.$$” is an apt way to start an album that fans have been looking forward to for several months. With numerous release dates followed by numerous delays, the LP has finally been released; and for […]
Bernard And The Genie is a highly enjoyable festive comedy which has the ability to evoke the feeling of Christmas in an instant, it is a great example of British Christmas Television done right. Back in 1991, the BBC aired this hugely funny TV Movie, but despite the […]
Psychobitches is one of those TV gems that you rarely come across on mainstream television, and when you do stumble across it; you secretly enjoy the fact that it’s not too widely known. Until the upcoming second series, the show has had a distinctly low-key promotion, and when […]
Remember how lame Hip-Hop had become by the end of the nineties? By 1999, Rappers were slowly becoming R&B singers; incorporating singing choruses and making music for mainstream clubs and the billboard charts. The likes of Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Eve, Missy Elliot (who all released albums that […]
Unlike many of their contemporaries who seem to fall off after a promising mixtape, The Underachievers have remained true to themselves. Since their “Indigoism” mixtape back in 2013, fans have waited a year and a half for a full-length album and thankfully UA’s latest offering does not disappoint. […]