"The Equinox", a powerful boom bap with aggressive fury
Category: Album reviews
"On The Top of the World", the Funk made in Memphis
"World Ultimate", a hypnotic and elusive charm
A low frequency soundprint, "Fantastic Vol. 2"
"Cheers", the Detroit rapper's humble performance
The magic of the beginning, "One For All"
A sticky and melancholic "Soul Food"
Nate's captivating voice dedicated to his love for music
Raw punchlines for an introspective album
A melodious and relaxed G-Funk for a timeless classic
No one could do it better than The DOC at that time
The Neptunian avant-garde touch for a tough "drug rap"
Epic adventures in a cyber-punk atmosphere for a powerful social message
The symbiosis of the rapper and the producer on a jazzy and raw boom bap
Narrative quality in the service of violent mafia stories
Heaven is love and light. Ruff Ryders Forever ! RIDE AND NEVER DIE !
Surreal and abstract lyrics on samples dissected chirugically
The balance of a Thug Lover as gangsta as emotional
A Holy Grail of Hip Hop that we might have never been able to listen to
The art of sampling for a killer groove
The Jamaican roots of the lost children of Queens
The experimental turn to electric sounds
After taking this fix proposed by Scarface, we are fixed.
Shaolin cinematography at the service of lyrical intelligence
An experimental R&B turn a la Kanye West
A lethal injection of funk!
What is Tupac's ultimate message? IM ALIVE.
Experimental G-Funk, very trippy. It's eccentric, it's smoky, it creeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaks.
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The art of sampling for contagious and street wise rhythms