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Album Review: By the Time I Get to Phoenix by Injury Reserve

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Injury Reserve is a hip hop group from Tempe, Arizona that consists of Ritchie with a T and Parker Corey. With projects like, Live from the Dentist Office , Floss , and their self-titled, it was no doubt that they could only go up. Unfortunately one of their members passed away in 2020 which left the status of the group unknown for a couple of months. Eventually, the group announced their second studio project, By the Time I Get to Phoenix .   The first track from the album is Outside . This also marks the longest track on the album since it's just over six minutes in length. Just by the first few snippets o
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Album Review: Highest In Charge by Curren$y

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Shante Scott Franklin, or better known as Curren$y, is a rapper and owner of the record label, Jet Life Recordings. While originally being a founding member of Young Money Entertainment, he later created his own label in 2011. I probably don't need to give a huge introduction, but I have followed him since 2018 with some great projects such as The Marina , Fire In The Clouds , and Fetti . Highest In Charge marks his latest studio project. The first track from the project is Carry On . This is also the longest track on the project, clocking in at three and a half minutes. The first thing I noticed is that

Album Review: How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? by Big Red Machine

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Big Red Machine is an indie folk/rock band consisting of Justin Vernon (or Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner from The National. While they first started collaborating in 2008, nothing serious came out of it until 2018 when they dropped their first self-titled project. After that, I expected that it would have been a one and done project. However, I was surprised to find out about their new project, How Long Do You Think It's Gonna Last? The first track from the project is Latter Days . It opens up with some soft percussive beats and a piano part. After the thirty some second introduction, Ana├»s Mitchell comes in w

Album Review: Solar Power by Lorde

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor, or better known by her stage name, Lorde, is a singer and songwriter from New Zealand. Lorde dropped an EP in 2011, and the single from it, Royals , would launch her career into commercial success. From that quick rise to fame, she was able to create a few albums and is now on her third studio album, Solar Power . The first track from the album is The Path . While the track starts out quiet and slow, it does bring in some guitars that are repeating arpeggios throughout the track. While it is different than some of her more 'pop' sounding tracks, this is a great openi

Album Review: Long Term Effects of SUFFERING by $uicideboy$

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   $uicideboy$ is a hip hop duo from New Orleans. The duo consists of Ruby da Cherry and $crim who are actually cousins. They started making music in 2014 and produced their own beats. They started to gain popularity in the underground hip hop scene and have gathered a cult following. While they have released several mixtapes and EP's, they are now dropping their sophomore album, Long Term Effects of SUFFERING . The first track from the project is Degeneration in the Key of A Minor . It opens up with some distorted and twisted instrumental effects. After that, we get some darker and the usual trap styled beats.

Album Review: King's Disease II by Nas

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, or better known by his stage name, Nas, is a songwriter and rapper based out of New York. While working with some producers in the late 80s and early 90s, none of the music would ever be released. However, in 1994, Nas released his iconic debut project, Illmatic , which is usually known as his best album. Now, a few decades later, Nas comes out with his thirteenth studio project titled King's Disease II . The first track from the album is The Pressure . It opens up quietly with a few percussive beat. After awhile, we get some light and flowing bell notes and some distorted vocals fr

Album Review: Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night by Bleachers

This post is sponsored by Skillshare. Get two free weeks by clicking here ! Learn a new skill or hobby by watching the online courses! With over 7 million people and more than 29,000 courses, there's a lot to learn from. There is also a free option that gives you access to plenty of content. You can even join through Facebook or Google. Join today to start learning!   Bleachers, or just known as Jack Antonoff, is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from New Jersey. Besides Bleachers, you may know him from fun. or as a producer for big name artists like Taylor Swift and Lorde. Jack Antonoff has basically done it all and has been pretty busy these past few years. Fans have been waiting for LP3, and after four (long) years, he returns with the third project titled Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night . The first track from the project is 91 . I was a little surprised since I knew there was another numbered track on the project, so I wasn't sure if ther