Braiding together lyrics of positivity with Dilla-esque beats, the guys from Alabama don’t have the stereotypical southern sound; their music sounds more like an ode to the ’90s, able to silence any backpacker that claims hip-hop isn’t capable of sounding as it once did.
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Since it’s pretty safe to say that most teenage boys can identify Asa Akira’s bunghole faster than they can pinpoint where Missouri is on the map, we decided to ask the adult-movie icon what her guiltiest pleasures are.
See why CJ believes he’s Master Roshe and what drives his obsession with Jamaican food.
Hailing from the Bronx, Doe is a Latino rapper who gives listeners a piece of his hometown on each song he records.
Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, electronic music producer Obey (pronounced “Oh-bee”) City is no stranger to good music.
UK singer/songwriter Zara McFarlane launches 2014 with a strong start—this here Guilty Five segment (obviously), and the release of her album If You Knew Her, out this week.
This week Nicholas DeVan, the frontman of DeRobert and the Half-Truths, dishes out his Guilty Five as a way to celebrate today’s drop of his group’s new LP, I’m Tryin’.
This week we sat down with Gleesh for our Guilty Five feature but it turned into a little bit more. If you can count and piece together Yung Gleesh’s five guilty Geetchies, then we’re impressed.