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Armanti Weeks - "Wanderer" & "Tell Me" (Review)
08/07/2022

Armanti Weeks goes through make-or-break situations that test his love in "Wanderer" and "Tell Me." Orchestrated by two calm neo-soul beats, "Wanderer" finds Weeks on the search for later. In contrast, the latter is about the singer wondering if he should move on.

PATRICK FRANCES - "Easy Baby"
07/30/2022

PATRICK FRANCES' "Easy Baby" is relatable to the masses who "get distracted by overthinking it all." Over a warm, jazzy, hip-hop soundscape, produced by Fervour, the easy-flowing rapper leads his rhymes with introspection. Ultimately, PATRICK FRANCES speaks about finding light in the darkness.

Jireh - "Genesis"
07/29/2022

Jireh's "Genesis" is an electro-pop 1980s-styled offering that sees the musician expressing how he feels toward a gal who has him "feeling out his mind." Mirrored by an ethereal range, Jireh asks his sweetheart if they should take their rendezvous to a more secluded spot.

Album Reviews

Nac - 'The Midnight Album' (Review)
08/08/2021

Nac's album attests to the saying all that glitters is not gold. His 13-track LP, titled The Midnight Album, is sonically appealing. Comprising highly energetic flows and experimental hip-hop beats, Nac's album is a welcome sign of his authentic musical style.

QUEES - 'They All Have Wolves In Them' (Review)
07/18/2022

QUEES' They All Have Wolves In Them is the perfect blend of cinematic soundscapes rooted in trap and other alternative-based genres. Some might even say that the beat selection in "He Was Gone By December" has a Ye style. Commanding the charts with only eight tracks, They All Have Wolves In Them, see QUEES and his features taking pride in their success. Other tracks on the aforementioned EP are about silencing the opps, his charm, and, ultimately, living life without any regrets.

St. Wallace - 'THINGS I NEVER SAID' (Review)
06/05/2022

St. Wallace invites listeners into his world via THINGS I NEVER SAID. Throughout the project, he remains an open book, giving insight into each chapter of his life. Moreover, the versatile musician has channeled his pain to craft powerfully written verses.

QUI THE LAST WORD & ‘FOUNDATION COLLECTION 2’
08/29/2021

Qui the Last Word fosters both personal and artistic growth in his music. At the core of his lyricism, he speaks about his unwavering work ethic, all while pushing others to elevate. Moreover, Qui the Last Word speaks on his progression and upbringing. Like one of his songs suggests, he’s on the go. Qui the Last Word is not stopping for anything or anyone. His primary focus is on getting a bag.

Song Reviews

Armanti Weeks - "Wanderer" & "Tell Me" (Review)
08/07/2022

Armanti Weeks goes through make-or-break situations that test his love in "Wanderer" and "Tell Me." Orchestrated by two calm neo-soul beats, "Wanderer" finds Weeks on the search for later. In contrast, the latter is about the singer wondering if he should move on.

PATRICK FRANCES - "Easy Baby"
07/30/2022

PATRICK FRANCES' "Easy Baby" is relatable to the masses who "get distracted by overthinking it all." Over a warm, jazzy, hip-hop soundscape, produced by Fervour, the easy-flowing rapper leads his rhymes with introspection. Ultimately, PATRICK FRANCES speaks about finding light in the darkness.

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