It’s MIKE’s fourth project of the year which, following his rebirth inaugurated by his previous album, dives straight into a conflict. But the war that is mentioned in the title of the album is not a traditional large-scale conflict.
Some Rap Songs is a hip-hop requiem. The 15 songs that make up Los Angeles-based MC and producer Earl Sweatshirt’s third solo album run for just over 20 minutes, but they resonate like a successor to J Dilla's Donuts in their emotional resonance and hauntingly fragmented form.
It’s a strong and captivating ode to femininity. Watch the official video here.
Saint-Louis/Chicago. Smino. Volume 2. After Blkswn, a second album from the singer-rapper with the singular touch was highly anticipated. This is Noir.