Kevin Gates – Only The Generals Part II

Continuing a tireless pace of music, longstanding street rap icon Kevin Gates surprise drops his seventeenth(!) commercial mixtape, a sequel to 2019’s Only the Generals Gon Understand. Recorded in Puerto Rico, apparently to get more in touch with the Hispanic side of his heritage, Gates returns with his increasingly soulful and melodic flow in combination … Continue reading Kevin Gates – Only The Generals Part II

Trippie Redd – Pegasus: Neon Shark vs Pegasus Presented By Travis Barker

Continuing the streaming-fueled trend of adding essentially an entire album onto an existing project as the deluxe version, emo-trap star Trippie Redd extends his already overstuffed Pegasus album to a ridiculous 40 songs in length. The difference this time is that the new project is far from more of the same – Redd has completely … Continue reading Trippie Redd – Pegasus: Neon Shark vs Pegasus Presented By Travis Barker

Pentatonix – The Lucky Ones

Globally dominant a cappella quintet Pentatonix mercifully toss aside the Christmas covers – is everyone aware that they have FOUR Christmas albums? – and return with their second ever set of originals and first since their self-titled 2015 album. Once a boundlessly creative group, their transformation into grandmother-approved background music mainstays has essentially lessened the … Continue reading Pentatonix – The Lucky Ones

Various Artists – Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album

This might be a music blog, but we’re deep into Oscar season – and a star-studded soundtrack from one of the year’s frontrunning films has broken into the public consciousness in a big way. Curated by all-star hip-hop producer Hit-Boy, a wide array of rap and R&B’s young rising stars and absolute legends come together … Continue reading Various Artists – Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album