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Logic - Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is the fifth studio album by American rapper Logic. The album was announced on March 19, 2019, with a video for the album's title track. It was released on May 10, 2019.

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind is Logic's second release in less than two months, following Supermarket in March, which served as a soundtrack for the novel of the same name.

The album features guest appearances from rappers Eminem, Gucci Mane, G-Eazy, Will Smith, Wiz Khalifa, and DMV native YBN Cordae, along with vocals from Logic's father Smokey Hall, who is credited as "My Dad". Meanwhile, production was handled by Logic's frequent producer 6ix, who serves as an executive producer, while additional production came from Cubeatz, DJ Khalil, Frank Dukes, Haze, and Illmind, among others. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, making it Logic's third album to reach the top of the chart

The track that stood out is Pardon My Ego,

The other notable track is Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Homicide,

You might here Pardon My Ego from Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album right here at

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Injury Reserve - Injury Reserve

Injury Reserve is an Arizona hip hop trio formed in 2013. The group consists of rappers Stepa J. Groggs and Ritchie with a T, and producer Parker Corey.

In 2015, the group self-released Live From the Dentist Office, their 11-track debut project with features from Chuck Inglish, Curtis Williams, Glass Popcorn, and Demi Hughes. The mixtape was released through multiple digital platforms such as SoundCloud, iTunes, Tidal, and Spotify. The project was later commercialized in physical copies through Injury Reserve's online store. Live from the Dentist Office received general critical acclaim from music critics. On December 15, 2016, Injury Reserve released their second mixtape titled Floss, released again through a variety of digital platforms. The mixtape featured Vic Mensa and Cakes Da Killa, to similar acclaim.

On September 29, 2017, the group released an EP titled "Drive It Like It's Stolen", preceded by the singles "North Pole (feat. Austin Feinstein)", "See You Sweat", and "Boom (x3)". All of the singles were released with accompanying music videos. They joined Ho99o9 and The Underachievers on separate tours in 2017. In 2018, the group embarked on their first headlining tour and were accompanied by JPEGMAFIA during the second wave of tour dates.

The tracks that stand out are Gavy n’ Biscuits, Wax On, What a Year It’s Been & Three Man Weave

The other notable tracks are Koruna & Lime, Jawbreaker, Rap Song Tutorial, Best Spot in the House & New Hawaii

You can hear tracks from the Injury Reserve album right here at

best, but he’s not lyrically above everyone like some would assert (Mos Def, Raekwon, GZA, Method Man, Andre 3000 are also phenomenal lyricists who a lot of Eminem fans haven’t listened to or refuse to give credit to).

Ahmed S.A.:
Eminem is the king of rap only to very surface rap fans. Fans that are deep into rap music don't put him up there with the greats.

He has achieved a lot, but his early content has denied him of the kind of respect he seems to crave. And now that his content has matured, his skills have really dropped. Like most questions, answers differ based on the circle they are asked to. In the hip-hop circle, no Eminem is not even close to a rap king. But in the pop circle he definitely is their rap king based on their understanding of rap.

What do you mean by king? Do you mean he is the best rapper of all time or that he's the best-selling rapper of all time? He's a great rapper but there's other rappers who are on his level and some who are even better. There's no single king of rap, there's plenty rappers who are very important to hip-hop. Rakim, Nas, Kool G Rap, KRS One, Big Daddy Kane, etc are very significant to hip-hop culture. Imo it's very absurd to call one rapper the king of rap.

In August of 2011 Rolling Stone Magazine crowed Eminem the “King of Hip Hop”

The success of an Eminem is an indicator of an age-old truth where white audiences and white industries’ preference for white faces selling black aesthetics but it’s also evidence of how that racial bias has shaped hip-hop commentary and canonization. Eminem is regarded as one of the most important artists in the history of the genre even though his albums haven’t been as genre-defining as so many of his peers, and his music is only tangentially influential when compared to a Rakim, 2Pac, Jay-Z or Kanye. He’s mostly important for providing white fans a credible entry point into the genre.

One can’t forget about Eminem’s racist lyrics about black women as a teenager. Is everyone supposed to forgive and forget what he said?

Is Eminem the King of Hip Hop? Does he deserve that title? Are Lord Jamar’s comments valid?

Not sure if 50 Cent should be the one to open his mouth about Lord Jamar when he’s doing songs with Takashi 69 & walking around airports mocking, harassing as well as accusing an Autistic airport worker of being on drugs.

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Recogzize Ali – Into My Soul

Recognize Ali returns with another amazing project. The guest appearances include June Lyfe, Verbal Kent and J Scienide. Into My Soul is a melodic body of work. The project consists of 10 blazing tracks with production by Free Mind, Vago, Alberto and Deep Tone and cuts by Tone Spliff and DJ TMB. Recognize Ali always creates music you can listen without skipping a song.

The tracks that stand out are Love, Time To Grow, Life Of Sin, Driven, After The Rain, Got A Story To Tell, Wake Up & Bandana P.

The other notable tracks are Real Pain & Hey You.

You can hear tracks from the Into My Soul album right here at


Wu-Tang Clan – Of Mics and Men

Wu-Tang Clan became a household name in rap/hip-hop circles soon after releasing its seminal debut, "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)," in 1993. To celebrate its 25th anniversary, a four-part docuseries from filmmaker Sasha Jenkins looks back on the group's career, combining reflective interviews from each of the nine living members with never-before-seen archival footage and performances. Founding members RZA, GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon the Chef, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Masta Killa and Cappadonna used ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit to overcome the poverty and violence of 1970s and '80s Staten Island and Brooklyn. But it was music and their shared lyrical prowess that allowed them to form perhaps the most recognizable musical movement in the world. Enjoy their new release from the showtime documentary series.

The tracks that stand out are On That Sht Again, Seen A Lot of Things, Do The Same as My Brother Do,

The other notable tracks are Project Kids, Of Mics and Men & One Rhyme

You can hear tracks from Of Mics and Men right here at

Eto & Superior - Another Day


So last week in an Instagram post 50 Cent decided to call Lord Jamar a clout chaser because of comments he made about Eminem in an interview.  

50 Cent has a reputation for being a troll & intimidating many throughout his career. At the same time Lord Jamar is known for his controversial critiques.

In the interview with Rapmatic’s Bosschick Raine Lord Jamar stated:

“My thing about Eminem and all that — and I hate bringing his fu**ing name up — my thing about this muthf**ka’ is you can’t crown somebody king and circumvent the true kingdom,” Jamar explained. “White people will crown Eminem king because he sold the most records out of all rappers, but when we go into everyday life of black people, people who are the originators of this s**t, we don’t fu**ing listen to Eminem.”

“We don’t go to the gym and turn on Eminem. We don’t turn on Eminem on the way to the club — I’m talking about live ni**as, I don’t know about corny ni**as,” he pointed out. “You don’t hear Eminem in the club unless he’s f**king with somebody else on the record.”

Now Lord Jamar isn’t the only one that share’s the same sentiments about Eminem.

During an appearance on Rickey Smiley’s morning show in December of 2018. Gucci Mane was asked if the Detroit rap superstar was the king of the game. He balked at the notion.

“You gotta come with a better name,” Gucci said. “I ain’t playing Eminem in my car. You play him in yours? You sliding around playing Eminem in your car with your old lady?!” asked the question Is Eminem really the king of rap? Below are few of the comments given by every day rap fans on their site:

Taylor Griffin Prescott:
Eminem is one of the best to ever do it, but he’s not indisputably the king of rap. Then again, no one is. Eminem is easily one of the GOATs. His lyricism and storytelling is amazing. Anyone who loves hip-hop can acknowledge his talent. I just dislike it when people who barely listen to the genre champion him as king of hip-hop, partially because he’s a white face in a historically black art form filled with people just as talented lyrically (Nas), just as talented storytellers (Notorious B.I.G), who have the same or greater longevity (Jay Z, Kanye West), or embody that subversiveness they like about Eminem (Tupac Shakur). And don’t get me wrong Eminem is in my top seven and I love his first three projects. I just don’t think you can go just go by sales without acknowledging that his whiteness plays a part (which he has admitted). He’s an extremely talented wordsmith and one of the 

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 Tyler, The Creator - Igor

Igor is the fifth studio album by American musician Tyler, the Creator, released on May 17, 2019, by Columbia Records. Produced entirely by Tyler, the album follows the 2017 release of Flower Boy. Igor features uncredited guest appearances from Kanye West, Playboi Carti, Pharrell, Lil Uzi Vert, Solange, Santigold, Jessy Wilson, Jerrod Carmichael, La Roux, Charlie Wilson, Slowthai, Kevin Kendricks, CeeLo Green and Jack White.

The tracks that stand out are Earfquake, I Think, Gone, Gone/Thank You & Are We Still Friends.

The other notable tracks are A Boy Is A Gun & What’s Good

You can hear tracks from the Igor album right here at

Mondays- The Foundation with JayQuan

Tuesday- Boom Bap Only - G-Zon & Ronsha

Wednesday - HOP2THIS - DJ GrazzHoppa / Keep It Movin - DJ Droppa

Thursday - Pots & Pans - Snafu 76 aka G Spot

Friday - Faithful Fridays - Nat & Faith Walker

Saturday- The Administrator Presents - Righteous Allah

Sunday - The Best in 80's. 90's & 2000's Hip Hop


Slowthai - Nothing Great About Britain

The Bajan-British rapper’s debut tackles the UK’s pressing crises—a looming Brexit, class hostility, widening poverty—with great jokes and writerly candor.

There was nothing that really stood out on this release.

The two notable tracks are Nothing Great About Britain & Gorgeous

There is nothing we can play from Nothing Great About Britain album right here at

​​​Injury Reserve - Koruna & Lime


TIME'S UP - EX'O and Dj Diaze

Faith Walker – Head In The Clouds

Faith Walker releases the Remix for Head In the Clouds featuring Ray Robinson. The greatest soulful collaboration of 2019. The Head In The Clouds EP is currently streaming on all platforms. The video drops this Friday May 24th, 2019.

You can hear Head In The Clouds & remix right here at

You are tuned into Keep it Movin with DJ Droppa

slowthai - Gorgeous

Logic - Confessions of a Dangerous Mind




Es releases his first offering titled, "The Do Better Challenge" from his upcoming album "Social Meteor Vol 1: Inspired By My Timeline." In his new single, Es details the numerous negative things he has observed on social media the past few years. The moral of the story is... "Do better"!

Es’s last release “We are Only getting Older” was listed in our favorite albums of 2018. If you haven’t checked out Es’s catalogue of music, take the opportunity to do so.

You can hear "The Do Better Challenge” single right here at