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    “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz” (Review)

    Miley Cyrus was rather calm at the VMA’s this year (at least for her). Her outfits were outrageous and her country slang was still sliding in every few words however Miley handled a near cat fight with Nicki Minaj like an old pro. The truth is, she is an old pro. Sometimes we don’t remember that Miley has been a superstar since ...

    On September 5, 2015 / By
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    Scarface – “Deeply Rooted” – (Album review)

    Deeply Rooted, the September fourth of 2015 released twelfth studio album from legendary Houston, Texas rapper and lyricist Scarface, is a fifteen track, fifty-four minute and forty-four second testament how vital a hefty injection of detailed storytelling skills and social conscience is for the genre of Hip Hop. The forty-four year old emcee, whose birth name is Brad Terrance Jordan, has been ...

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    Halsey – “Badlands” (Album Review)

    I’ve heard an awful lot about Halsey through social media and still don’t have the slightest idea who she is.  What I could gather was that her fanbase was rapidly expanding, with folks comparing her to the likes of Lana Del Ray.  After giving her album, Badlands, a listen, I can confirm that this comparison is well-deserved.  While I admit that I don’t care ...

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    Warren G – “Regulate: G-Funk Era II” – (EP Review)

    The fifteen minute, five track EP Regulate: G-Funk Era II, the sequel to Long Beach, California native Warren G’s tepid 1994 debut album, is the sonic equivalent of an inconsequential clearing of the throat. Over the course of the seven full-length albums Warren G, whose birth name is Warren Griffith III, has delivered in the twenty-one years since his initial effort spawned ...

    On September 3, 2015 / By