Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the horrible murder (YES, I said MURDER) of Eric Garner on the streets of New York City by the NYPD. If not, I urge you to do a simple Google search and read up on what transpired. Not so you can have a light bit of gossip for your day…but so you can truly understand just how dangerous it is out here. It’s bad enough that we fear for our lives being taken by peers in our own communities, but the fact that we have to also fear those that are supposed to protect us is utterly disgusting. Well, like an artist is supposed to do, Uncommon Nasa spoke out about it in the best way he knows how. Check out his track “We Living In These Dark Times” produced by Black-Tokyo. Afterwards, hit him up on Twitter at @UncommonNasa and let him know what you thought.
For today’s album review, I talk about the new album from Sadistik, Ultraviolet. Be sure to catch Sadistik on tour with Cage. Tour dates can be found here: http://www.bandsintown.com/cage Sadistik: http://sadistikmusic.com/ Fake Four Records: http://www.fakefourinc.com/
For this solo album review, I discuss my thoughts on the new album by Open Mike Eagle entitled Dark Comedy. Take a look and let me know your thoughts on it!
You’ve been asking for it so here it is. My review of the first part of Death Grip’s “The Powers That B” aka “Niggas On The Moon.”
You can listen to the album here: https://soundcloud.com/deathgrips/sets/niggas-on-the-moon
For this album review, I take a shot at the new Sage Francis album, Copper Gone. Being one of my favorite MCs, it’s nice to see Sage back in the saddle again, but check out the video to see how his new album measures up.
For today’s solo album review, I talk about the latest album from Atmosphere, Southsiders. I’ve been meaning to review this for a while, but I wanted to give it enough listens to be able to give an informed opinion on it. I hope you enjoy!