Talib Kweli – Fuck the Money (Album Review)

As a premier player in the late 90’s/early 00’s Soulquarian movement, Talib Kweli has bestowed the rap game with a conscious and critical voice for years. His role is very much that of a mature adult offering sage advice for budding generations. His solo debut, Train of Thought (2000), lead us down alleys of fatherhood in Memories Live and […]

Cash Money Records: The Means To An End

Most hip-hop imprints, in fact almost every large music label lose signees on a regular basis. Since 1991 Cash Money Records have been one of the most influential, prominent and popular labels in the game. They have produced artists of worldwide recognition and have sold millions of records. Although it is undeniable how important the […]