Dizzee Rascal is back, with an album full of talent that belies his time away from the game.
Tyler, the Creator has always carried an air of controversy and brashness within his discography that his fairly beige stage name belies. Even though each album since his first solo project Bastard has, to an extent, watered itself down to a more commercial and ‘nice’ feel, the content that the former Odd Future frontman has in… Continue reading Tyler, the Creator – (Scum Fuck) Flower Boy – Review
Calvin Harris. The summer God of music himself. The man, for whatever he doth touch become instant summer banger, is back again, although he takes a backseat vocally for the brilliantly named Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1. His brave new approach is not without fault, nor however should it go without praise. Piano introduction of… Continue reading Calvin Harris – Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 – Review
Over 20 years since his debut, and amid an ever-changing music game, Jay Z keeps on going. His first major release since the birth and (debatable) growth of Tidal is here in 4:44. After a number of difficult to love releases, stretching back into the last decade, and with very little fanfare surrounding the album’s… Continue reading Jay Z – 4:44 – Review