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Bust a Rhyme

Bust a Rhyme

Exploring the men, women, and motivations behind your favorite hip-hop music.

  • Sadé Sanchez
    Published 3 years ago
    Kendrick Lamar and These 'DAMN' Visuals

    Kendrick Lamar and These 'DAMN' Visuals

    Kung Fu Kenny never seems to disappoint his fans. He recently dropped the fourth offering from DAMN, an epic mind-fuck of a visual for "Loyalty." But before we talk about "Loyalty," let's rewind.
  • Sadé Sanchez
    Published 3 years ago
    Unpacking Jay Z's '4:44'

    Unpacking Jay Z's '4:44'

    I'll admit I was both excited and nervous to write this review. I've given quick verbal reviews for people who've asked but it’s been hard for me to sit down and write. For me, it’s overwhelming. Not only is this Jay-Z’s 13th album, but there’s just so much to unpack. The album covers literally (yeah, I’m from Jersey) everything. I can’t mess this up, but I put my nerves to the side and decided to do it. I had to formally review the album, how can I not? So I lived with the album, more so than any other project.
  • Kya Cooper
    Published 3 years ago
    Kids and Young Adults of the 90s Are Seeing a Musical Rebirth

    Kids and Young Adults of the 90s Are Seeing a Musical Rebirth

    Those of us who lived our teenage years or young adult years in the 90s have been in a musical drought for quite some time. If your experience has been anything like my own, then in recent years you’ve often complained about the lack of “real music” on the radio these days. Many of us have gotten so tired of mumble rap and one hit R&B wonders, that we’ve retreated into our collective musical shells resorting to coveted playlists of the music we miss so much. What happened to the art of the slow jam, slow dancing in the basement of somebody’s house party under low light? Where did all of the music go that made you want to “Fight The Power” and take it to “the man,” or made it okay for men to tell women that “I’ll Always Love You” without it being called “simpin” or being “thirsty”? If you’re tired of all of the “b*tch,” “ho,” “thot,” and “trick” music, tired of the “popping bottles,” “counting money,” “driving a [insert ridiculously expensive car here]” type of music, then I have some absolutely great news for you. REAL MUSIC IS BACK BABY! If you didn’t already know, these artists have either dropped new music or have promised new music is on the way, YOU GONE LEARN TODAY!
  • Matthew Sullivan
    Published 3 years ago
    Documentary 2 + 2.5 Review

    Documentary 2 + 2.5 Review

    The Documentary 2 Opening Opinion 9.9/10
  • Matthew Sullivan
    Published 3 years ago
    Drake Albums
  • Matthew Sullivan
    Published 3 years ago
    Kanye West Discography Ranked
  • Clara Cook
    Published 3 years ago
    7 Day Theory Update

    7 Day Theory Update

    For most of us, the 7-day theory isn't a new term. It's been around since Tupac's murder in 1996. Yet, a brief introduction for those who might not know. The 7-day theory is a set of clues some fans believe that Tupac left behind as clues and hints that he faked his death and will one day return. Aside from the 7-day theory, there are things surrounding his death that has always been questionable.
  • Sadé Sanchez
    Published 3 years ago
    Tupac, The Man He Was and Always Will Be

    Tupac, The Man He Was and Always Will Be

    Lesane Parish Crooks. Tupac Amaru Shakur. 2Pac. Makaveli.
  • Will Vasquez
    Published 3 years ago
    Best American Hip Hop Artists

    Best American Hip Hop Artists

    Hip hop is more than music. It’s a passion, an urban movement meant to inspire individuals to broadcast their unique talents. Since conception, society has birthed many hip hop artists who have taken the genre to new heights. Here are some of the greatest.