The way I see it, every genre has a finite number of focal aspects. In the realm of hip-hop, there’s the production value, the poetic prowess within lyrical delivery, and the overall “vibe” that each song emits. 254 more words
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It’s London Jazz Festival and the contrast between Saturday’s matinee concert at the icy but well appointed Milton Court, part of the London Guildhall music school and tonight couldn’t be greater. 830 more words
DC’s Oddisee is truly an old soul when it comes to hip-hop. While many have gone further and further into a highly synthesized soundscape, Oddisee is known for his incredibly organic productions that always harken back to what many would consider the golden age of hip-hop in the late 80’s and early 90’s. 25 more words
On Tuesday, the podcast Dukkan Show uploaded the interview that I’d been waiting for since I learned of Sudanese-American producer and rapper Amir Mohamed, a.k.a Oddisee. 1,267 more words
What a strange dream.
Last night I dreamt I saw the Flaming Lips at Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne, IN. What a bizarre thing to dream, right? 1,363 more words