New Edition – Heart Break

- January 9th, 2021 |

New Edition is one of those influential R&B groups that has released many albums, formed many subgroups to the point where those members released solo albums of their own. To me, they’re considered the N.W.A of R&B mainly due to their turbulent history. From their formation in 1983, they’ve been plagued with bad managers, shady […]

Nate Dogg – G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2

- January 9th, 2021 |

West coast hip-hop took a long time before it garnered the national spotlight in the way that it’s east coast cousin did, mainly due to the fact that no big labels were willing to take a chance on them until 1988 when N.W.A. proved that they were as hard (if not harder) then their east […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

- September 15th, 2020 |

Before Lucas sold Star Wars to Disney, there were two trilogies that formulated a story. The prequel trilogy and the original trilogy. Both trilogies have their fans and haters but the overall arch was clear, it was the story of how the Sith came to power and how the Jedi came back in full effect. […]

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

- September 13th, 2020 |

I’ve been thinking about what Terminator fans want from a movie and it seems like there’s no logical conclusion. When Dark Fate come out, people didn’t see it because John Conner got killed; when Genisys came out, people didn’t see it because it messed with the formula and injected random craziness that pissed even non-fans […]

2Pac – Me Against the World

- April 6th, 2020 |

A coward dies a thousand deaths, a soldier dies but once. 2Pac – If I Die 2 Nite 2Pac is undeniably one of the greatest lyricists of our generation but one of the most controversial figures in the entire history of rap. From conscious rapper to IDGAF rapper, he has managed to provide an infectious […]

YG – My Krazy Life

- April 5th, 2020 |

When YG first emerged in the scene, he was an authentic street hustler who just so happened to want to make club music, this was back when MySpace was a force to be reckoned with. As the years went by however, the raps got better, more street oriented and more connected to the harsh realities […]

Parliament – Trombipulation

- April 4th, 2020 |

From Day 1. Parliament was recognized as one of the most inventive funk groups to ever walk the Earth. With the release of “Mothership Connection”, George Clinton had birthed the genre of P-Funk, a funk genre that went against slick production while remaining true to its roots, out of the evolution of his Parliament band […]

Terminator: Dark Fate

- January 20th, 2020 |

They say there’s only two really good terminator movies. the original Terminator from 1984 and T2: Judgement Day. After that, a bunch of non Cameron involved films like T3: Rise of the Machines (which I did like), Salvation and the infamous Genisys. (which was infamous for being truly terrible, but that’s for another time.) All […]

UHF (1989)

- January 18th, 2020 |

Alfred “Weird Al” Yankovic is one of the few people who has made their own image, their own brand of comedy, is known and admired by everyone, has gotten several Grammys, has several popular parody songs and has managed to remain successful to this date. All based on being weird, being funny and being able […]