Take a Hit of The Opioid Era’s “Next Level Potent”

Over the past 6 months, the Virginia collective of King Kong Gotcha, Ambassador Rick, and Grunge Gallardo have released the singles “Triple Threat”, “All for the Cash”, and “Half a Mil”, all leading up to their upcoming self-titled summer heater release, The Opioid Era. They bring us a step closer to the aforementioned release with their latest […]

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Statik Selektah Serves Nothing But Hits With His “8” Ball (Music)

“8”opens with the voice Statik’s daughter Harley letting the world know that this is album number “8”, since the world thought that 2015’s “Lucky Seven” would be the DJ/Producer’s final project. The opening track, “Man of the Hour” is butter smooth, funky, and features 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa. Run the Jewels provides the verbal […]

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The Privilege Of Being Black

So, I, like many others have heard the rambunctious ramblings of “Everyone’s Favorite Asshole” — Charlamagne tha God from Power 105.1’s the Breakfast Club. He lives up to the title, especially after making Lil Mama cry during a previous episode. So when it was announced that he was writing a book and promoted (ad nauseam) […]

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When the Wu Comes Through, the Outcome is Critical — The Saga Continues (Music)

After a drought of a collective Wu-Tang project, and the gross misstep of the Clan’s 2014’s opus “A Better Tomorrow“, the Clan is back to form like Voltron with Wu disciple AllahMathematics at the production helm. Allah Math does this project justice by reinvigorating the dirty drums introduced by the RZA with “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)“, […]

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