Kid Cudi third rap album Indicud reminds us just how unique and fun the former G.O.O.D. Music artist is, as he rides in and out of the most unique beats you’ll hear all year. [Read more...]
With a few days passed in April, it’s time to look ahead to what’s coming out in the next 3 months in movies, music, tv, and games. Before we would pretty much include everything we could look of, but that went deep into the land of ridiculous lengthiness, so to make this less painful all around we’ve decided to pick (no more than) our top three selections in each category. Enjoy! [Read more...]
Before I start talking about WZRD, I’d like to talk about Kid Cudi for a moment. When he first stepped onto the scene, everybody applauded him for being so different in his original debut, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day. Then, he released a vastly different album a couple of years ago in the form of Man On The Moon: The Legend of Mr. Rager, which critics gave a lot of mixed reviews about for being “too different.” As a fan first, I love when an artist can stretch their sound to try to reach different people, and that’s why I have enjoyed Cudi so much – cause he makes music that he wants to make, and doesn’t care about what you think. [Read more...]
G.O.O.D. Music definitely has lived up to its name for a couple of years now. Founder Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was named the best album of 2010 by many, and the best in Mr. West’s career. Kid Cudi’s Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, although receiving mixed reviews, was definitely a part of my Best Of list of the past year. Other artists, including John Legend and Common, have had explosive years, including Legends collaboration with The Roots, and Common’s “controversial” visit to the White House. But, in my opinion, G.O.O.D has been running laps around other labels (including Young Money).
Now, it seems like G.O.O.D is bringing out their ringer to shut the game down. Sean Anderson, also known as Big Sean, has been in the rap game for a while. Since 2007, Sean released three highly regarded mixtapes without putting out an actual full length. Now, after being delayed on numerous occasions, the album Finally Famous is out, but will it live up to the hype that he has made for the past four years?
Well, good news, it doesn’t disappoint. [Read more...]