The legendary Roots crew just released their 13th studio album, the beautifully sad Undun.
DRAKE – TAKE CARE (NOVEMBER 15) I like Take Care. I think it’s a much more cohesive project than Drake’s debut, Thank Me Later. Though, if you let him tell it, So Far Gone is his true debut, and Take Care simply picks up where the critically acclaimed mixtape left off. I’d be inclined to agree. There’s … Continue reading
Jay-Z is a Hip-Hop anomaly. He one of the biggest and most influential voices in music today – you could argue that he’s one of the most important figures in entertainment ever. He can do just about anything and the world will stop to take notice. And his longevity in a genre of music where few … Continue reading
As an unabashed Kanye West fan I am beyond excited for the pending release of Watch The Throne, his collaborative album with Jay-Z (who happens to be another one of my favorite artists.) I’d go as far as saying that if you’re not really into Kanye’s music, you’re not really into Hip-Hop. In my humble … Continue reading
My gig at Molly’s last night here in South Bethlehem was a lot of fun. I’m admittedly tired this morning (afternoon?), but it was definitely worth the fatigue. I hadn’t DJed there in over a year, when my friend Kyle and I had a Friday night residency there back in spring 2010. I spent most … Continue reading
In an effort to catch up with some of the other, more efficient #LUBlogTribe-ers, I’m going to try and work double time and post a couple of times a day. Here’s another Top 10, a follow up to the posts I’ve done on A Tribe Called Quest and Stevie Wonder. Bottom line: Little Brother is … Continue reading
To me, A Tribe Called Quest is one of the greatest groups in music, ever. Along with De La Soul, the Jungle Brothers, and the rest of the Native Tongue Movement. They’ve been in the news recently because of the Michael Rappaport documentary, Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest, but beyond … Continue reading
Stevie Wonder is one of the greatest artists that this world will ever come to know. For 50 (!!!) years, he has touched lives with his incredible talent, social activism, and vibrant spirit. I’ve been listening to his music since I was a kid, and I’ll be a fan for life. It’s hard for me … Continue reading
I haven’t given up on my Favorite Albums post (it’s just taking forever.) In the meantime, here’s a run-down of some select releases from the past month or so. Definitely a lot of gems here! More after the jump.
I’m a DJ for two reasons: I love music, and I need money.