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Album Review: “Dear God… Thank You” By Kid Cut @OfficialKidCut

So, Kid Cut is really that dude. No. Really. I just listened to his new album, “Dear God… Thank You” and I replayed it like 3 or 4 times. The first track that really pulled me in was “Facts”, and it set the stage with lines like “I don’t need to pop a pill if[…]

Reaction to Mack Strong @mackstrong3 “Man in the Mirror”

Mack Strong, thank you for bringing the fire and authenticity back to music videos. Hailing from Columbus, Georgia, Mack is making a name for himself through creative content and confident energy. Mack strong put a lot of heart into this video and it could possibly be a short film if he ever decided to go[…]

Tweet Spot of the day: by @OfficialKidCut

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Tweet Spot of the day: by @Beezy_Buttas

K-Ci and Jojo gave us a lot of quality screaming in the 90s. More like hollers. Semantics. Either way, i miss it. — Beezy (@Beezy_Buttas) December 5, 2017 from http://twitter.com/Beezy_Buttas

Everyday – PURP (prod. By HOLLYWOOD) New Club Banger to add to your Playlist! http://soundcloud.com/purpmusic505 PURP https://i1.sndcdn.com/artworks-000261215639-wj4fsb-t500x500.jpg

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After “Coming of Age”, J.P. is back with a new project, “No Satisfaction”.  This project really made me see that J.P. was serious about his music and has definitely stepped his game up to truly connect with the listeners.  “J.P. Feat. Nevaeh – Never Satisfied (Intro)” , was a welcome introduction and I was impressed[…]

The Revelation EP by Rello Purchase link: http://hellorello.bandcamp.com/album/the-revelation-ep Rello works hard! This cat has two full time jobs and still pursues music and crashes on the scene with his first EP, The Revelation. The Revelation is produced by the amazing music producer, Gallo who helps Rello deliver a solid project with his organic hip hop[…]

   https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/new-lazarus/id1044711917     If “Hazardous was any indication of what I could expect from “New Lazarus”, I was in for a dope ride. Laid spits this one line that I found to be the hardest through the track, “what you want your shirt to say, Laid sprayed me up?”. I think Laid found his[…]

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