Five Hip Hop Albums That Changed My Life.

Growing up listening to Hip Hop, I listened to the music my older brother played. From Wu-Tang Clan to Scarface to Tupac to Master P, I heard everything. There was no west coast versus east coast in the Midwest in the late 90’s because we listened to everybody. From grade school to high school days I will provide you with the top five albums that made me who I am today. I am not saying…
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No Question XXX

“spotlight, moonlight, nigga why you tripping, get your mood right.” This album madeTop Billboard 200 album #2 last week and now has drop to #3. Artist XXXTentacion named his album ?, yes a question mark symbol. He reminds on the introduction of the album to open your mind and after listening to the album I can see why he thinks he is better than Tupac but hell no, you are not but you are a…
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Em’s Revival

“Gotti with the stainless, I’ll just call it shottie entertainment, if yall was in the party getting faded, on molly, had the audience sedated, you wouldn’t catch a body if it fainted, probably let it fall and hit the pavement.” Detroit’s own Eminen is back after a four-year hiatus with a new album entitled Revival. The album stands at #6 today on the billboard top 200. It starts off very slow with the song Walk…
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Lil’ Wayne Still Dedicated

The dedication mixtape series has been monumental to the success of Lil Wayne. His first one, released in 2005 really separated him from the other artists because it showed his work ethic and worth.  He is back with Dedication 6 and it is no different from the other, beat jacking with straight bars. And it wouldn’t be complete without having DJ Drama talking his shit. The first beat you hear is Top Dawg Entertainment superstar…
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Travis Jack & Quavo Huncho

Travis Scott and Quavo, from Rap Group Migos have a collaborative album entitled Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho and it stands at #3 on Billboard Top 200. Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. This album starts off with a blues sample from Otis Redding and it very catchy. The chorus on Modern slavery Quavo raps “all these damn chains, modern slavery, but this not 1800 so they pay me, shaking my demons, dipping my dreams in…
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U2 Experience

“I’ve been thinking about west coast, not that everyone knows, I’m sick of leaving in the shadows, we have one more chance before the lights goes, for a summer of love, summer of love.” Songs of Experience is #1 on Billboard Top 200 and is Rock band U2 14th album. Bono has very powerful lyrics on songs like “Get out Your Own Way” where Bono sings “love has got to fight for its existence, the…
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Florence Alabama Music Enterprises

603 Avalon Avenue is where a lot of magic was made in the early 70s. A lot of artists came to this location to revamp their careers and make a hit. Fame Studios was founded by Rick Hall, Billy Sherrill, and Tom Stafford. It is considered historic landmark, literally. Artists like Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Willie Hightower, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tim Mcgraw, Dixie Chicks, Mac Davis, Jerry Reed, John Michael Montgomery, Reba McEntire, Billy…
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Forest Still Electric

  Yep, it’s back again. The Electric Forest Festival is a big party in the forest with some of the best EDM, Techno, Hip Hop, Rave being played by the artists. Music you probably have never heard.  Please if you plan on attending bring Tylenol,ear plugs, and sunglasses. This two-part event will be held in Rothbury from June 21st to July 1st. Performances from Michigan’s own EDM superstar Griz live band, BassNectar, Lil’ Dicky, Devin…
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Taylor Swift REP

This album stands at #1 on Billboard Top 200 and sold 1.2 million copies in its first week. Singer, songwriter and now rapper Taylor Swift’s album Reputation is Pop oriented but, it is also a sprinkle of Country, Trap, EDM and Techno. The first song Ready for It comes on with bass pumping and puts you in a party dance mode with its Techno, pop and loud snare sounds like a whip on the four-bar…
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Sir George Martin Please

He is considered the fifth Beatles member because we would have not known who the Beatles were if it wasn’t for him. It is said that he signed the group because of their sense of humor and that they all sung in unison. George Henry Martin was born January 3rd in 1926 in Highbury London. Sir George Joined the navy in 1947 where he was a pilot and commissioned officer. In 1950 after leaving the…
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