They All Came Correct

I’ve never been the biggest fan of either person on this song but they all came strong in this one. The vibe of the beat is different from what we usually hear them on and I think that’s what originally caught my ear. Love the bass. Has Big Sean stepped his game up? The last few verses I’ve heard from him has been pretty good. Ride out to this one.

G.O.O.D. Music – Cruel Summer Album Review

GOOD Music is one of the top 3 crews in Hip Hop right now, can they grab the crown with Cruel Summer? Let’s see…
To The World
Kanye West feat. R. Kelly & Teyana Taylor [Prod. by Pop & Oak. Co: Hudson Mohawke, Million $ Mano, Ken Lewis, Travi$ Scott & Anthony Kilhoffer]
“I’m just trying to protect my stack, Mitt Romney dont pay no tax, Mitt Romney dont pay no tax”
Setting the album up for what to expect, Kanye and R.Kelly are saying “fu%k the world” over pounding drums. R.Kelly’s part is kind of long winded but its not bad, it sounds good. Kanye started his verse like another Chi-town legend.  The beat is good and so is the overall track. In hindsight, this was a good track to start with.  Continue reading

Petition to Have Big Sean Removed from GOOD Music

So I’m at work on my lunch break and I felt like viewing that “Mercy” video. I enjoy listening to this type of music sometimes, it’s a rarity though, mostly because of Kanye. One thing that just frustrates me is that I think that Big Sean just sucks so bad, idk why he is even signed and on a lot of people’s radar. So I got thinking that I can’t be the only one that thinks this so I went to my friend Google and typed in “Big Sean is a terrible”, that’s it, and this is what I came across…click here. Continue reading

Is No I.D. the greatest hip hop producer of all time?

Well while sitting around and listening to jams from back in the day I decided to throw on that Com Sense “Resurrection”. One thang lead to another and I was looking for No I.D. productions. I found his discography and I noticed that he produced almost all of Com’s “Resurrection”. As expected “Resurrection” dropped in 94, as a lot of classics did (cough cough Illmatic). Well the reason that I raised this question, is No I.D. the greatest hip hop producer of all time, is because Continue reading