Monthly Archives: August 2015

Dr. Dre’s third album may not reach the legendary status of his first two efforts, but his swansong may just be the most interesting and daring record of his career. When it comes to hip hop, few rappers can have as daunting a legacy to live up to as Dr. Dre. As […]

The Compton review

The debut studio album from Baltimore rapper King Los showcases its creator’s potential but loses its way after a spectacular start.  The first issue in reviewing King Los’ album God, Money, War is figuring out what exactly it is. It appears to be a studio debut but Los himself has […]

The God, Money, War Review