Posts Tagged ‘hip-hop’

Solange Surprises with “When I Get Home”

by channaweird
Last week, Twitter was in shock as they discovered that Solange had took to social networking site,, to tease her new album. Solange created her own page, which features different promotional images for the new album, When I Get Home. The images have her in a western-themed setting, wearing cowboy boots, body makeup, and […]

Up and Coming: Kweku Collins

by stephescobar8
Kweku Collins is a 21-year-old rapper, producer, and songwriter born in Evanston, IL. Collins has been surrounded by music practically his whole life. Joining his father on stage at the age of 4-years-old, playing African drums. This influence that he had at such a young age has shaped the artist that he is today, and […]

Twitter: A Band’s Best Friend

by Ben LaScola
Learn about how musicians are using Twitter to build buzz for new projects. AJR AJR have announced a new single, “100 Bad Days” which was released Tuesday, January 29. “100 Bad Days” will be the first single to come from the band’s next project. In past posts, AJR has mentioned their “next chapter of music,” […]

Weird Radar Review: Glockoma – Key Glock

by channaweird
Hello all! Happy New Year! I’m back with a review to top off the beginning of the year, and I wanted to review a mixtape that I’ve been listening to for a while now. Today, I’m reviewing Memphis rapper, Key Glock’s mixtape, Glockoma. I wasn’t too familiar with Key Glock, until I kept seeing people […]

21 Savage Grows Up On “i am > i was”

by Henry Netherland
Has 21 Savage matured into 22 Savage? When Atlanta rapper, 21 Savage first broke onto the mainstream hip-hop scene, he faced a lot of backlash from rap traditionalists for his lowkey, almost monotonous delivery and surface level lyrics. Many compared his mumble rap style to contemporaries like, Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and Kodak Black. […]

Weird Radar Review: 11 & 28 by Trey Songz, R&B Royalty

by channaweird
I know there’s been a lot of talk about who the king of R&B is, and the conversation has been going on for a week or two now. I’m not the one who usually falls for these kind of debates, because I know there’s room for everybody to make their own path. As a teenager, […]