Black Panther: The Album

Hip Hop has not had a quality soundtrack to stand on in years!!!! The new era will never know the summer of hard bass out of the speakers that New Jersey Drive displayed or block parties that had Above The Rim playing in the background. The days of both film and music soundtrack that could impact the culture were thought long gone until the arrival of Black Panther. The film that culturally and commercially surpassed expectations took it a step further with artist like Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Jay Rock, SZA, Schoolboy QVince Staples and others collectively make a dope album that added to the film’s steady growing legacy.

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Phonte “No News Is Good News”

True loyalist have been following Drake’s Godfather aka Phonte since the early 2000s as a member of Hip Hop trio “Little Brother” as well being the maestro behind the soul collective “Foreign Exchange.” Phonte’s latest release displays his diverse skill set as MC/singer for the mature ear who gets annoyed at the struggle-yet-likeable vocals of the Lil Uzi Verts.

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Nipsey Hussle “Victory Lap”

Cali MC Nipsey Hussle has been putting in work in the music AND business game for a looooong minute now and his latest release is a celebration of all things gangsta. if you consider yourself having a deep hatred for what has been labeled as “weirdo rap” then have no fear because “Victory Lap” is the latest street soundtrack that can bring unity between your drive-by shooting cousin and OG “I was lockdown for 20years nigga!!” Uncle.

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