Sean Falyon Be Everywhere 2: West Philly 2 The World

Sean Falyon BE2 is a fun problem to have. Twenty tracks is not always too long for a mixtape, it is the way that it is structured. The first really personal song we get from Falyon comes after fifteen hard thumping club tracks, stripper tracks, and show those haters whose boss tracks. By the timeContinue reading “Sean Falyon Be Everywhere 2: West Philly 2 The World”

Tum Tum- Dallas EP

Being a rapper from Dallas, Texas must be tough stuff. Tremendously overshadowed by Houston, it has a pretty monochromatic spectrum of famous Rapping sons. While there are few good rappers in its local scene, you really only have two rappers of mainstream renowned: The D.O.C & Vanilla Ice.  Even MC 900 FT Jesus is really onlyContinue reading “Tum Tum- Dallas EP”

Laws – Yesterday’s Future

Unbarred sentimentality has never been truly rewarded in Hip Hop.  Drake, Kanye West, and even The Clipse do their share of soul bearing, but it’s always done with such bombast that’s it’s hard to even consider it sentimental. That type of sentimentality is almost like inside-out bragging; you can’t always take it seriously: sometimes itContinue reading “Laws – Yesterday’s Future”

Consequence- Movies On Demand 2

Consequence has been in Hip Hop news for all of the wrong reasons lately.  Childish Twitter Beefs with cousin and one time Tribe Called Quest collaborator Q-Tip, accusing Pusha T of notebook crookery, and bridge burning with Kanye West’s label, G.O.O.D. Music, have all done damage to the small amount of shine that Cons gets. Continue reading “Consequence- Movies On Demand 2”