Logic’s “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” – Album Review

Biracial Bobby is back with another project, and after two years of disappointment, it’s now or never time for the Maryland rapper. Track 1 – Confessions of a Dangerous Mind The lead single for this album is what I expect from Logic. Confessions features the good ol’ storytelling Logic – and reminds me of a simpler time, where I could actually call myself a fan … Continue reading Logic’s “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” – Album Review

Overreactions from the First Month of Baseball.

One month out of a seven month season can cause for a lot of skewed results. We separated the real deals from the one month wonders. The Mariners are legit. Ha! Wait… could they be? No. There are teams like this every year – they start red hot, stick around just long enough for their fan base to get excited, and then fade into fourth … Continue reading Overreactions from the First Month of Baseball.

Winners and Losers of the NFL Draft

The dramatic NFL offseason continued last weekend with the annual draft, and while some teams drafted into more wins this season, others already want 2019 to be over. Winner: Arizona Cardinals And so it begins. After a tumultuous offseason, the Cardinals somehow got it right in the draft – finally fully committing to Kyler Murray, and giving him a multitude of weapons to throw to in … Continue reading Winners and Losers of the NFL Draft

Ten Hip Hop Classics Worthy of Prom (What We’re Listening To – 4/27/19)

It’s Prom night in America, and these ten hip hop bops should be played across the country all night. Hey Ya – Outkast We know, this one is pretty damn obvious. Hey Ya is an all-time hit that can be played anywhere at anytime. The song is extremely catchy, and there might not be a soul on this planet that doesn’t know it. A great … Continue reading Ten Hip Hop Classics Worthy of Prom (What We’re Listening To – 4/27/19)

ScHoolboy Q’s “CrasH Talk” – Album Review

After a three year wait, Groovy Q is finally back with new music for fans. Somewhere hiding just behind Kendrick Lamar at the loaded label TDE is ScHoolboy Q. With classics like Oxymoron and Blank Face LP already under his belt, the expectations for Groovy Q’s next album have been set sky high since 2016. After being M.I.A. for the last three years, the south … Continue reading ScHoolboy Q’s “CrasH Talk” – Album Review

03 Greedo’s “Still Summer in the Projects” – Album Review

The incarcerated L.A. rapper is back with eleven new colorful bangers. California rapper 03 Greedo (real name Jason Jackson) continued his string of post-incarceration releases last Friday with Still Summer in the Projects. Despite still having around nineteen years left to serve in a Texas prison, Greedo somehow delivers positive California vibes with Still Summer. Still Summer starts out fast with back to back bangers … Continue reading 03 Greedo’s “Still Summer in the Projects” – Album Review

Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Movie – Ranked

Twenty-one movies and a couple wars later, this is where the MCU stands. 21) Thor: The Dark World (2013) You’ve gotta start somewhere. The Dark World is one of the rare instances where Marvel just didn’t get it right. At all. Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston are great (as always) as Thor and Loki, but are overshadowed everything around them (not in a good way). … Continue reading Every Marvel Cinematic Universe Movie – Ranked