Chris Crack’s ‘Might Delete Later’ is provocative, but not cohesive

    Chris Crack Might Delete Later Fool’s Gold · February 12, 2021 Chris Crack’s new album, Might Delete Later, is provocative, but not cohesive. He spits expertly crafted bars, but his songs don’t always attract attention like anthems from other conscious rappers like Kendrick Lamar, Mos Def, and 2Pac. Chris Crack has been making music for […]

    VanJess bring the ’90s nostalgia on ‘Homegrown’

    VanJess Homegrown Keep Cool / RCA · February 5, 2021 With a synchronicity reminiscent of Brandy and Monica on their 1998 track “The Boy is Mine,” VanJess bring the feeling of ‘90s nostalgia on their new album Homegrown.  Although the album’s name might sound like it’s about pickup trucks driving down backroads, it oozes the […]

    Jhené Aiko ‘Chilombo’ is sexy and authentic

    Jhene Aiko Chilombo Def Jam Recordings · March 6, 2020 The album, Chilombo, by Jhené Aiko is sexy and authentic. The album’s outro feels like the end of a chapter of her life that she battled though in Trip, and in introduction into a new and exciting expedition. Her narrative in Trip was full of […]

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