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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 […]

LEX the Lexicon Artist – Alter Ego

- March 30th, 2020 |

LEX the Lexicon Artist is a relatively known rapper in the nerdcore scene despite her only releasing a small amount of projects. She is one of the notorious ones on the scene, collaborating with a number of artists as well as having a consistent style that throws it back to nerdcore’s old school days. Yes, […]

Cousin Stizz – MONDA

- February 29th, 2020 |

Tryna stack gouda tryna take some charter trips, It do something to you, I see life for what it is/I felt like a loser, I couldn’t afford kicks, Now if I had my license, I’d have me like four whips slick Cousin Stizz – “You Won’t Understand” Whenever you hear Boston, the first thing that […]

Kadesh Flow – Motivated

- February 27th, 2020 |

On January 31st, Kadesh Flow dropped his latest EP, Motivated. His latest project plays like a window into his world, giving the listener a glimpse at his drive, perspective, and hopes for the future. There are many artists within the Nerdcore Hip-Hop space today pushing the envelope of the genre. ‘Desh is certainly one of them. […]

GR3YS0N (F.K.A. NyteXing) – No Masters 3

- January 28th, 2020 |

Editor’s Note: The following consists of two reviews. One from T. Karras published 01/28/2020 and one from Jesse Curtis published 02/28/2020. T. Karras: It took me too long to get back to the mission/but the gem’s in your mind so you can get the vision. NyteXing – Preaching East coast hip-hop had always had a […]

Ultraklystron – Variable Undefined

- January 24th, 2020 |

Panic attackin not breathin’, innocence lost got me grievin’/Warmth ends up very decievin’, everything seems so indecent Ultraklystron – Shadows of My Heart Nerdcore is a subgenre of hip-hop that is home to an infinite amount of possibilities from the production style to the rhyming structures. There is no limits when it comes to artistic […]

MC Frontalot – Net Split or, the Fathomless Heartbreak of Online Itself

- January 22nd, 2020 |

Sometimes I look back on our earliest love affairs/I had so many hairs, and you were made of everyone everywhere, or so I imagined… MC Frontalot – Internet Sucks Early in history, the internet was a friendly place where people could interact and communicate based on interests or hobbies that they shared. It was like […]

Ultramagnetic MC’s – Critical Beatdown

- January 21st, 2020 |

Well, I’m the ultimate—the rhyme imperial, I’m better, but some don’t believe me though/But I’m a pro in hot material, On your Walkman, box or any stereo Kool Keith (Ultramagnetic MC’s) – Watch Me Now Way before nerdcore came into existence in 2000, there were rappers who were mixing hardcore rap and nerd subjects in […]

Dual Core – All the Things

- January 17th, 2020 |

Like yo dawg, inception is profound; we heard you like rap, we came back with a better sound. Dual Core – Go Figure (feat. More or Les, Ghettosocks, Timbuktu) When Dual Core emerged in the scene in 2007, they were refreshing and interesting with their initial style. With each subsequent album, they grew and evolved […]

Kordlyss – Cool Edit Pro 2.1

- January 17th, 2020 |

In Cool Edit Pro 2.1, Kordlyss shows that he still has bars and skill to spare. However, the album does little to push the genre forward.

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