Gerald Walker – Gravity

I like Gerald Walker but I wish Cardo would lace Dom Kennedy up with these types of productions, smh groovy.

Gerald Walker & Cardo – On Your Side Pt.II (album review)

First off that cover artwork reminds me of one of Big Krit’s projects. I have to admit that this album pretty much snuck upon me and this review is overdue. Gerald Walker is pretty new to me and I just hope that I can give this project a fair shake. Cardo on the other hand I have been following for some time. He’s becoming a monster on the beats and when he teams up with Sledgren and Wiz they make some good music, so it’s time to hear part 2 of his collab with Gerald Walker to see if he can maintain his consistency. Let’s get into it. Continue reading

Samples to Wiz Khalifa’s “O.N.I.F.C.” & “Mia Wallace”

Since that Taylor Allderice gets heavy rotations on my pod I decided it was time to stop faking the funk and look up the samples for 2 of my favorite songs off the tape. As I have probably mentioned before, this tape has made me gain a lot of respect for Wiz and his camp. Cardo is a beat on the boards and Sledgren is taking his production game to a whole nother level. Just take a listen to this piece of art right here. Continue reading

Wiz Khalifa – Taylor Allderdice Mixtape (review)

I never have been a big fan of Wiz Khalifa but with some of the songs off of Rolling Papers starting to resonate with me I thought I’d give his music another try. It’s just been recently that I have been enjoying some tracks off that album and I have taken an interest in his style. I think it’s his persona that pulled most people into his music. The second big thing would probably be Amber Rose and thirdly the people that have been down with his music since the underground days. Satch has shown his respects for Wiz in the past but I have always been stand off ish when it came to his music. Luckily he released a new mixtape the other day and I was able to get my hands on it. So here’s what it sounds like to me… Continue reading