When Cannibal Ox released their first album “The Cold Vein” in 2001, it became an instant classic thanks to the unanimous praise it received from critics and fans. The strange electronic sound and sometimes abstract content was a breath of fresh air in the early noughties; a time […]
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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 […]
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 “Idigoism” 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. […]