Posts Tagged ‘hip-hop/rap’

Freddie Gibbs Refuses to Remain Unacknowledged in His New Single, “Big Boss Rabbit”

by Maddy Ipema
Freddie Gibbs is stepping into 2021 with a new-found sense of confidence and a profound desire to be acknowledged for the art he has contributed to this generation’s line up of MC’s. From first glance, Freddie Gibbs doesn’t seem like the type of man or artist to have ever struggled with his confidence.  We picture […]

Noname’s New Track “RAINFOREST” Is an Ode to The Revolutionists

by Maddy Ipema
Rapper, poet, and abolitionist Noname has dropped a brand new track, “RAINFOREST.” The cover art for the single features a sketch of two black activists, protesting and levitating on top of the roof of a car. They stand defiantly, surrounded by a sea of black revolutionists as the city behind them erupts in flames of […]

Upcoming Albums: Week Wrap Up

by Darlene
Two big names have taken to Twitter to tease their upcoming albums. One of them being Ariana Grande who tweeted that a new album was to release this month. Grande went back on Twitter (Oct. 17) to tease something called “Position,” the first single from the album. It’ll arrive next week, according to a countdown […]

Megan Thee Stallion Discusses Record Label Woes

by Darlene
It was just last week that Megan Thee Stallion was gushing about her future album, Suga. She spoke on the sentimental meaning behind the potential release date, her mother’s birthday, and who was to be featured on the album. All that excitement was forced to a halt when she was made aware of some contractual […]

Breaking Out ‘The Box’

by Eric Hendrix
Music is constantly evolving. Most of the genres of music we listen to have been around for quite some time, but probably differ in sound greatly from earlier music classified in the same categories. This is a result of artist’s looking different places for influences. One artist that comes to mind is the up and […]

Atmosphere’s Atmosphere

by Julia Colasanti
I enter Metro. A venue on Chicago’s North Side that looks like it used to be a swanky theatre until someone realized the acoustics were better suited for underground rock and tattooed bartenders. DJ Keezy spins as Atmosphere devotees begin to file in. They come in all shapes, sizes, styles and especially—ages. It’s a mixed […]