I’ve always loved Patent Pending. Two summers ago, I discovered their music on Spotify when searching for a new punk band. I’ve been in love ever since. 181 more words
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I decided to add liner art to the retroactively released material. The charcoal drawing was done by Alena Tokarev a few years back.
REVIEW: As of right now, Chi-Town is no laughing matter. And also as of right now, Chicago rapper Common is taking his time to dedicate this album to his city. Along w/ his longtime collaborator No I.D. the duo cooked up this album. It's called #NobodysSmiling. On his 10th album, Common isn't obviously happy with the increasing violence in his place. Nobody's Smiling is basically a "look what you've done" to Chicago more than a "call to action". On "Diamonds" with Big Sean, Common raps about how youngins in Chi-Town care too much for possesions like money, diamonds (of course), and other substances. Not to mention, Common makes a commemorative track to legend Jay Dee or J. Dilla, as we know him on a track called "Rewind That". "Rewind That" is also about Common, and No I.D.'s journey to put Chicago on top back in the mid-90's. "Speak My Piece" is basically a sample of Biggie's "Hypnotize". A good sample. It sounds more like a Common x Biggie track than just a sample song to say the least. The most repeat worthy track on here though is "Real" with Elijah Blake, who I thought sounded hella like Frank Ocean. Chicago rap is once again in the limelight thanks to Common and up-coming rapper Lil' Herb. Anyways, buy this record or stream it. Y'all need to hear the shit that @common has to say. Hopefully Chi-Town does. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #Common 🎧 #NobodysSmiling 🎶 #AlbumReview ✏️
DJ Mustard is speaking his golas into existence by naming his album “10 Summers”. He hopes to be able to deliver hits for summers to come. 38 more words