Weekly Music Review

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Writer: Bryson Cole

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                 With so much new good music it’s pretty hard to stay up to date and listen to all the new Hip-Hop albums and EP’s, so I’m here to give you my opinion on music as well as provide you with albums and artist you may not have heard.

Featured Track : “East Coast REMIX” by A$AP Ferg is actually a great track in my opinion. The track is a remix and features many artist such as Dave East, ASAP Rocky, Rick Ross, Busta Rhymes, French Montana, and none other than the great Snoop Dogg. This track is the newest single to A$AP FERG’s newest album “ Still Striving” which should premiere in a few weeks. Rating: 9/10

Featured Albums:

Caskey - Generation   

Generation is the latest album to come from the Birdman signed artist, Caskey. On this tape Caskey delivers bars on his current situations with life and speaks on his generation in general. The tape didn’t seem to add up to the hype or be as good as his past tapes like “ Black Sheep 2” and “ No Apologies” but the project was still solid. Rating: 7/10

Ugly God - The Booty Tape  

Ugly God is known for his outlandish statements and crude raps, when going into this project I expected nothing different but was still somewhat disappointed. One song that I actually liked was “ Stop Smoking Black & Milds.” This track still wasn't enough for me to forget the atrocity “I’m a Nasty Hoe.” To be honest I don't know who he caters music too, but in the end, It doesn't matter because there is an artist for everyone.

Rating: 5.5/10

Amine - Good For You  

Amine is one artist that I really anticipated especially after hearing his newest single “Wedding Crashers Ft. Offset” and his other single “Red Mercedes,” two tracks that proved he had potential. The tape as a whole was solid but two standout tracks would have to be “Turf” and “Heebiejeebies Ft. Kehlani.” I recommend listening to the album especially if you like a softer smoother sound when it comes to Hip-Hop.

Rating: 8/10