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Jaden Smith ‘SYRE’: Review

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Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz dared to suggest in May that in the search for ” the new Nirvana ” one also had to take someone like Jaden Smith into account. The child star who owes his celebrity to Father Will? The boy who once twittered that

‘Justice League’: Review

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Justice League is an entertaining, modest film that gives audiences the predictable offerings we can expect from a superhero movie like this – fights, action, explosions and one-liners. It doesn’t rank as high as The Avengers but it’s doesn’t tank. The story is a continuation

Chris Brown “Heartbreak of a Full Moon”: Review

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A week ago Chris Brown delivered his 45 song album, why? We still don’t know but people are liking it even though people’s attention span’s are so short these days. While most artists are accustomed to delivering short body’s of work, Chris Brown decided to

Majid Jordan “The Space Between”: Review

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Majid Jordan delivered their new album ‘The Space Between’ this past Friday that could be considered as their benchmark album. Ever since Maxwell’s breakthrough album ‘Urban Hang Suite’ was the bedroom, the street and trends got hit with such a catchy force. The Toronto duo

Big K.R.I.T ‘4eva Is A Mighty Long Time’: Review

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Big KRIT is without a doubt one of the best independent artists in the US. At the same time rapper and beatmaker, it had been three years since he had released anything, an eternity in hip-hop in the digital era. But, to make up for this absence, the

Netflix ‘Stranger Things’ (Season 2): Review

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Season 2 starts off in the middle of a heist. This isn’t Stranger Things as we know it, but we’re patiently waiting for what it’s in store. Yes it still take’s place in the 80’s, but a car chase seems a bit diminutive compared to

‘Thor: Ragnarok’: Review

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There’s no stopping the juggernaut that is Marvels extended universe, with the huge Infinity War looming and the huge successes of Civil War and Spiderman it seems as though Disney and the comic book masters cant put a foot wrong and they just gone and

Future & Young Thug ‘Super Slimey’: Review

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With “What A Time To Be Alive”, Drake contrasted with Future nicely because they had different sounds and voices to their music, with Drake’s cry-baby, r&b flavour, fused with Future’s typical discussions of activist, strippers and other drugs, it was a successful collab. I was

Gucci Mane ‘Mr. Davis’: Review

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Gucci Mane, known as one of the most hard work artist in the game right now, dropped his second album of the year on Friday 13th. Let’s sit down together and see what’s inside of it. 1-Work in progress For the intro of the album,

‘Blade Runner 2049’: Review

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Blade Runner 2049 is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The film is a sequel to Blade Runner by Ridley Scott in 1982 that tells about Los Angeles in 2019 where the synthetic man known as a replica made Tyrell Corporation to work in the earth’s

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