The Rise & Fall Of The CD

I’ve been blessed to be able to grow up in a world where we still had record stores. It was a place where you had to search through crates for new music based mostly off of the album art on the vinyl sleeves, cassette tape covers, or CD books with little promotion for the album. Back then you couldn’t listen to music on the internet before you bought an album. The internet wasn’t even half of what it is today. Even in the 2000s, it would take a day to download an album on dial-up.Continue Reading

Album Review: Migos – “Culture II”

Since the release of Culture I Atlanta’s beloved trio the Migos have truly changed the culture of hip-hop. In a way I would say they are modern day rocks stars and changed the landscape of the industry as we knew it. Over the last year it seems like they were always in the forefront for either their own singles, features, or controversy. Together or separate, this trio seem to be ready to continue riding their own wave into the new year with the release of Culture II. Here is my review on their second installment of their Culture series with some commentary on some of my favorite tracks from the album.Continue Reading

Check Out What Music I’m Listening to This Month (January)

We are two weeks into the new year and we haven’t really gotten any new music yet. With the Migos gearing up to release Culture II and Rae Sremmurd putting the final touches on their third installment of their Sremmlife series, we are left in a void of new music. Regardless of the void I am still stuck on listening to some timeless tracks from over the last decade along with some more recent hits from 2017. Here are some of the tracks that have been in heavy rotation.Continue Reading

Unplugged: Time Away From Technology Can Be Therapeutic.

Everyday we seem to spend more and more time using technology to make our everyday lives easier. There’s nothing wrong with that, but most of society is spending so much time looking at social media or having a device glued to our hands that we’ve have become disconnected with ourselves and the people around us. That’s why it’s good to occasionally disconnect  from the digital world and go analog from time to time. Doing so will give you time to focus more on yourself and important tasks that you might have put off.Continue Reading