Don't leave Jay Wood's EP in 2017. Take a seat and let's explore how RAIN. is the key to growth.
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.
Bryson Tiller dropped his long awaited album last friday titled, "True to Self." The album is pretty hot, and with 19 tracks Tiller gives you versatility and consistency throughout the entire project. His first album, "Trapsoul" was very successful, so I was interested in seeing how Tiller would respond to the success for his second... Continue Reading →