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Time Is Illmatic: The Inside Story of a Hip-Hop Landmark
Nas: Time Is Illmatic, the new documentary about the rapper’s seminal 1994 debut album Illmatic, is moreso a story about New York City’s infamous Queensbridge public-housing development, its inhabitants and how one family’s thoughts and beliefs were shaped there, and more. …
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65 years young. Happy birthday Dad.
Two decades ago, The Notorious B.I.G. found enough within him and his cerebral to create a rap album that many feel is rawer and superior to the double disc album that followed suit. Yes, Ready To Die/em> comes with the glut of hardcore New York City hip-hop strapped to its back; the mafioso crime tales more gritty and nihilistic. The overall closure of the album sounded more like the requiem of…
Me on Ready To Die
Dear Mainstream America,
Please stop discovering things that are already in existence and proclaiming it to be a new “trend.” Better yet, here’s a hashtag for you, stop #columbusing.
"my brain works overload at certain hours of the night. because i’m never satisfied with where I am. a risk taker always finding his errors not in the moment but after it."
"I can’t just fail. I hate the taste. And I hate trying and something not working. There’s a way to everything — I believe as such."
Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar - “Never Catch Me”
This is about celebrating the rap albums from 1994, arguably the greatest year in the history of the genre. This is not a difficult thing to understand, so I will do my best in the coming moments not to make it so. In fact, I will do the least difficult thing I can think of, which is to answer fake questions that I’m asking myself. [Read More…]
Shea Serrano on the art.