Unpacking What Summer 2018 Meant for the World of Hip Hop
The hip hop industry, despite what many blogs or online publications may have you believe, did not experience a seismic shift this summer.
Travis Scott Shines from the Backseat in Recent “Astroworld”
Travis Scott is known more for his skills as a curator than as a musician. Usually, the featured artists on his albums are the stars of the show. Scott is content to sit back and let them leave their mark on each song.
Quavo’s First Solo Album “Quavo Huncho” Signals Future Success
Migos star Quavo released his first solo album, creating a strong work that is still not as strong as the work of Migos as a whole.
Capital One’s “The Match” Signals Shift in Sports Entertainment
Tiger Woods' recent match with Phil Mickelson followed trends of high-profile boxing matches, with high stakes prize money and pay-per-view streaming.
Future Goes Back to Basics with “The WIZRD”
On his latest album, Future leaves his penchant for experimentation behind and returns to his classic form.
2 Chainz’s New Album is a Bumpy but Worthwhile Ride
2 Chainz merges the worlds of hip hop and professional sports in his new album, “Rap or Go to the League.”