Experiments are good for hip-hop. Sometimes the success is in the attempt.
Wonderful lyricism from the underexposed hip-hop scene... Sound sadly familiar?
Whereas most indie hip-hop releases have the kind of limp-wristed beats that just wash through your ears like musical Calgon, every beat on this album hits your cerebral cortex like a brillo pad. This is as fine a rap album as you'll hear all year.
Sex, Lies, and Uprising in 'A Gay Girl in Damascus: The Amina Profile'
Tim Bowness: Stupid Things That Mean the World
'Lovers At the Chameleon Club' and the Stories We Tell Ourselves
High Tides: High Tides
In 'Tea Time', 60 Years of Illusions and Pretense Are Pleasantly Lost
'Ex Machina' and the Moral and Intellectual Facets of AI Development
Lianne La Havas: Blood
"Hot off the release of his album Delilah Anderson East's performance was full of vim and vigor.