Review: Album & Mixtape Logic Go Half On Bar-Filled “Young Sinatra IV”

Review: Album & Mixtape Logic Go Half On Bar-Filled “Young Sinatra IV”

It has long been established by fans that there are two very distinct variations of Sir Robert Bryson Hall II: Album Logic and Mixtape Logic. Hilariously addressed by Rick & Morty in the intro to his last release Bobby Tarantino II, this particular multidimensional overview serves to — more than anything — illustrate the depth of his fanbase.

Valee Producer ChaseTheMoney & FlossMobChase Talk New EP & Biting In Hip Hop

Valee Producer ChaseTheMoney & FlossMobChase Talk New EP & Biting In Hip Hop

Chicago has long been a hotbed for genre shifting sounds — from the soulful production of a young Kanye West to the aggressive drill sub-genre that propelled acts like Chief Keef, the late Fredo Santana, Lil Durk, and more. Chi Town’s latest trendsetter Valee has become one of the mainstream’s most duplicated artists — with a catalog of booming soundscapes crafted by 21-year-old producer ChaseTheMoney.

Review: JAG’s “2700” Is Crafted With Success In Plain Sight

Review: JAG’s “2700” Is Crafted With Success In Plain Sight

ASouth Central, Los Angeles, native JAG — also known as Chubby JAG — is one of those acts who you hear for the first time and say, “Why haven’t I heard of this guy?” His path has been long and winding; from being brought into the industry by Cassidy — whom he was connected to through his friend, former NBA player Bobby Simmons — to losing his voice for over a year, the journey to his debut LP “Dalton Ave” was something to celebrate.

Eminem “Kamikaze” Review

Eminem “Kamikaze” Review

Eight months after the release of Revival, and without any clever billboards or marketing ploys, Eminem released Kamikaze — a conflicted piece of high-quality hip-hop. At its best, it’s a return to the Slim Shady fans were expecting on his last album. At its worst, it’s punctuated by cringe-inducing lapses of unnecessary shock value.