When you think of the golden era of hip hop, 2015 may not immediately come to mind. Think back to 1994 when Nas, Wu-Tang, and Biggie dominated the New York hip hop scene. If up-and-comer Joey Bada$$ had been born 15 years earlier, he’d be right there with them. With his debut major label album… Read more »
Posts By: Pete Moore
A Review of Shad’s latest EP Boarding Pass “Hip-Hop ain’t dead, it lives in the North”… and no, I’m not talking about Drake. Shad has continuously proven himself to be one of the most talented and socially conscious MCs in the game with his albums The Old Prince, Juno-winning TSOL, and Flying Colours. On all… Read more »
Last Monday night, when I should have been taking advantage of my reading break by doing some much-needed studying, I instead decided to go see legendary Lil B: the BasedGod.
On Oct. 17, I spent an entire class refreshing a CBC web page every five minutes. As a proud Haida Gwaiian, it was hard for me to pay attention to my afternoon lecture knowing there was a 135-metre cargo ship floating free just a few miles off the west coast of the island. With the… Read more »
Childish Gambino has always kept his fans guessing and excited for what is coming next. His last project, Because the Internet, showcased a new side of Gambino that was conceptual, contemplative, focused, and progressive.