Kellan Miller

J. Cole ‘2014 Forest Hill Drive’ Review
2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole has finally shored up those tiny but aggravating cracks, and crafted both his most compelling and consistent studio album to date. He boldly refrains from overarching radio bids and features. As Kendrick Lamar proved with good kid, m...
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DJ Mustard Delivers A String Of Hits On ’10 Summers’
Not even hip-hop historians are entirely in agreement when in fact the decline of Western Civilization fully came to fruition. After the rings of the Up In Smoke Tour evaporated, aside from a few solid releases from Game and Snoop Dogg, dark days descended fast...
Deniro Farrar Thrives In His Own Lane With ‘Rebirth’ EP
Beats, rhymes, and braggadocio—these core elements form the basis of what comes to pass as hip-hop; the latter being just one aspect of many that differentiates the art form from other genres. Most rappers make it their prime M.O. to lose themselves in illusory worlds of Bentleys galore and bl…
Onyx Offers Their Brand Of Fun On ‘#Wakedafucup’
The inevitable commotion stemming from news that a critically-acclaimed group is releasing an album seemingly after their half-life has expired usually croaks in the cold light of reality. The stench of Goodie Mob’s 2013 Age Against The Machine is still fresh in the noses of those wh…