Nice For What

Last week saw the release of two songs using the same sample, Ms. Lauryn Hills Ex Factor. Drakes Nice for What and Cardi B’s Be Careful, what this says about the state of the mainstream music industry I’ll let you come to your own conclusions. On the year of the 20th anniversary of its release[…]


Kendrick Lamar; arguably Comptons finest son (what up Jayceon). I have been a fan since I heard the title track from his sophomore album, Good Kid m.A.A.d city. I could lie and say I knew him from the jump, wax lyrical about his mixtapes and his first album, Section 8.0, but in truth I came[…]