Day: September 14, 2021

Twista Absolutely Snaps On “Shooter Ready”

Twista absolutely snaps over dark and haunting production on his new album “Shooter Ready.” Twista is easily one of the best when it comes to flow, and has been elevating his game in that department for decades now. To this day, the Midwest chopper remains as sharp as ever, showcasing as much on his new project Shooter

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Ja Rule Reacts To 50 Cent Verzuz Cameo Rumors

Ja Rule addresses the rumors that Fat Joe plans on bringing out 50 Cent during their upcoming Verzuz Battle. Longtime hip-hop fans are well familiar with the seemingly endless feud between 50 Cent and Ja Rule. Originating in the streets before spilling into the booth, Fif and Ja’s tilt in the early millennium — which ultimately led to Dr. Dre and Eminem entering the

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Drake Shares Alternate “Certified Lover Boy” Covers

Drake shares a bunch of alternate cover artworks for his new album “Certified Lover Boy.” The public has had divisive reactions to Drake’s new album Certified Lover Boy. Some fans are calling this one of Drake‘s best albums ever, while others are hellbent on calling this long-awaited body of work “mid.” Regardless of what you think of

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Travis Scott Tackles Ambitious Themes On “Utopia”

Based on a new interview with CR Men, Travis Scott’s upcoming album “Utopia” appears to be tackling some complex themes. The concept of a Utopia, which goes hand in hand with the far-less-favorable Dystopia, has long been analyzed in academic circles for decades. From the bible to modern-day literature, Utopias have long inspired artists in

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Fabolous Blindsided With “Ghetto Fabolous” Surprise Party

Fabolous was recently blindsided by a surprise party celebrating the 20th anniversary of “Ghetto Fabolous.” On September 11th, 2001, Fabolous released his debut album Ghetto Fabolous to the world, a project that featured guest appearances from Nate Dogg, The Neptunes, Ja Rule, and more. Fueled by tracks like “Young’n (Holla Back)” and “Can’t Deny It,” Fab’s first studio project went on to sell 143,000 copies in

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