4 Essential Hip-Hop Albums of the 90’s

With the release of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, a new standard has been set for the rest of the genre. No longer is rap limited by their production or subject matter, a beautiful revelation for the old-school hip-hop fans who are tired of the commercialized, club/gangster songs of the early 00’s. Finally, a […]

Hopes of Heaven, Fears of Hell

After months of procrastinating and messing around, I finally got around to buying a physical copy of one of my favorite artist’s albums. And if you’re a fan of singer-songwriter, folk pop or piano driven rock like me, you might want to check out Josiah Leming. If you’ve ever tuned in to season 7 of […]