Pro Era Producer and MC Chuck Strangers releases his debut album Consumers Park today and I am pleased to report that it’s a fantastic listen. With a distinctly nostalgic vibe, this album is the epitome of smooth Hip-Hop with rich, full-flavoured sounds. The album is at times both […]
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Bishop Nehru’s sixth release titled Elevators: Act I And II is an impressive album. Split into two halves, each segment is composed by a different producer (“Act I: Ascension” by Kaytranada and “Act II: Free Falling” by MF Doom). With a title and concept such as this, this […]
The Changeling is a very underrated horror movie. Starring the late, great George C. Scott, it tells the story of a composer named John Russell who witnesses the death of his wife and child during a winter vacation when a truck ploughs into them. John then moves into […]
Chewin’ The Fat was a hilarious sketch show which aired on the telly back in the early 2000s. The cast featured comedians Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill, Karen Dunbar, Paul Riley, and Mark Cox and it was written by Kiernan and Hemphill with additional material from Still Game’s Sanjeev […]
Man Like Mobeen is a British TV comedy that aired on BBC Three in December 2017 and January 2018. Written by Guz Khan and Andy Milligan, the show follows the life of Brummie Mobeen (played by Guz Khan), his little sister Aqsa (played by Duaa Karim), and his […]
Recently, I’ve been getting a few requests by underground artists to featured them on What Went Right With and I’ve now got a backlog of musicians who I agree, need exposure. First it’s Apollo Campbell who, to be honest, I’ve never heard of but that doesn’t make his […]
K.G.B. (Klik Ga Bow) a Hip-Hop group from Coney Island and Brooklyn, were one of the most impressive and memorable Wu-Tang affiliates and yet they never released an album or a mixtape. There’s a couple of bootleg compilations that you can easily find on the internet but other […]
Meechy Darko, one third of the Flatbush Zombies, is without a doubt, the standout member of the group. Sure, Erick Arc Elliott is the production-linchpin of the trio but it’s Darko who brings the band a sense of distinctiveness. With one of the most unique voices and deliveries […]
Contemporary Hip-Hop is primarily focussed on Trap and because that particular sub-genre has been dumbed-down to the point of banality, the majority of consumers seem content with listening to contrived raps laid over contrived production. It’s strange that people can’t seem to differentiate between the dull shit and […]
There’s been so many underrated and undervalued rappers who released material from the noughties to the teenies that it’s hard to quantify. This particular generation of Hip-Hop artists have been pushed aside to make way for weaker Hip-Pop artists, in fact if a rapper or group made traditional […]
Back in 1994, I heard a song called “4 My Click” on a pirate radio station, then later I saw the accompanying music video on Yo! MTV Raps. Like many other mid-90s Hip-Hop tracks, “4 My Click” was catchy and credible in equal measures, yes it contained a […]
From the opening song where Havoc declares “You know how we did on The Infamous album, right? Aight, we gonna do it again son”, you know you’re in for a Hardcore Hip-Hop treat. Hell On Earth, the third album by Queensbridge duo Mobb Deep, was another instant classic […]
The Lull Before The Storm is the latest release from Que Hampton, a criminally underexposed and underrated MC from Rockland County. This album follows on from his 2015 A Piece of BLAKK mixtape (and a handful of EPs) and like Hamp’s other releases, this is another satisfying example of […]