This past September, Jhené Aiko dropped an album that is as psychotropic as the cover art and title lead you to believe. Let's break down the album that touches every high and low and delivers both classic and unseen versions of the fabulous, Jhené.
Back from my hiatus with something new. So many albums have been released this summer, but we can't forget about those who aren't mainstream. I feel like Chrishan's TieDye, Pt. 1 was slept on. That entire project is full of hits. Eli Sostre is on the rise, right along with X Factors Arin Ray, and... Continue Reading →