Long Time Coming

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It’s been a minute (or 30) since I posted on the blog. Life has been hectic in the best possible way and I just haven’t had the time to post. I’m going switch the blog up a bit because plenty of people do the same stuff I do. I’m just going to do an album/tape, or few of the week.
The young Compton rapper displays the lyrical ability he has become synonymous with. The kid is making a case for himself as best new rapper out, and this album is a must have for all the heads.
Kendrick Lamar-Section.80

Honorable Mention: Curren$ y-Weekend At Burnies, Freddie Gibbs & Statik Selektah-Lord Giveth, Lord Taketh Away

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Album of the Week

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This Week had two good releases, the Game’s new tape and a J. Cole EP. While not all of the new Cole stuff was actually new, the solidarity of the EP and pure talent of J brought the EP to number one.
J. Cole-Any Given Sunday EP

Honorable Mention: Game- Hoodmorning (No Typo): Candy Coronas…Game is a little too scattered on the sound to get the one spot. Cole’s just sounds to polished and album like to be beat out.

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Album of the Week

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This week didn’t take much thought. The clear cut best album came from two present and future rap legends, Jay and Ye. The production on Watch the Throne is tremendous, the lyrics are crisp and purposeful and the skill are undeniable.
Watch the Throne







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