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Pursuance by Soul Khan The former battle champ Soul Khan recently released his EP ‘Pursuance,’ entirely produced by Audible Doctor, and has some surprises in store for those that expect a Canibus type fiasco (i.e.…
Though their albums have always been cohesive and gravitated more and more to singular ideas over the years The Roots deliver their first concept album with ‘undun.’ The BT goes on a sonic journey to found out if the great expectations are delivered upon.
Yelawolf has built a considerable fanbase with his rapidfire melodic flow and Alabama twang, which ultimately scored him a deal at one of the top labels in the game, the impressively resurrected Shady Records. But…
These days, the word “classic” is thrown around as loosely as a Nerf ball at a picnic. However, we at TRU consider classics to be something which stand the test of time and have a…
Complex. Topical. Intellectual. Personal. Grimy. Contentious. If only there was a single word that meant that Black Up sounds fantastic over 12 inch kickers.Shabazz Palaces has maintained an aura of mysticism that seems unlikely in…
Pilot Talk 2 is the sound of friends jamming on a lazy summer Sunday with various musical instruments and copious amounts of weed at hand.
The Scott Mescudi saga that has been keeping gossip bloggers employed as of late has produced its silver lining. There are only a handful ways in which Man on the Moon II: The Legend of…
Seventeen new hip-hop songs reviewed.
Eight months after releasing Melatonin Magik Canibus is back with his 10th studio album, C of Tranquility. Pop the lid to read up on how it stacks up and if number 10 is another second round KO.
Nearly 20 years after Pete Rock & CL Smooth dazzled with the intoxicating “They Reminisce Over You” off their Mecca & the Soul Brother album, CL Smooth and producer Mr. Chop have updated the classic tune with new vocals and a shittier beat.
After listening to this album more than a few times I have come to the conclusion that this is going to be an important album in the history of music – an album that will be referenced many years from now for its message and for its method of sharing that message.
Do Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon The Chef have the chops to be able to body a tape together? Do they still have that Wu-Tang Clan sound? Pop the lid and find out.