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‘IT’: Review

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Why do we fear the things we fear? Is it from a childhood trauma? A recent encounter? Or perhaps a scary movie we accidentally saw on TV? Often, there is no answer. We can’t explain why something scares us. It just does. Now, imagine a

A$AP Mob ‘Cozy Tapes Vol 2: Too Cozy’: Review

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The history of Hip-Hop has been filled with crews and cliques that have had monumental impacts on the culture.  Busta Rhymes career changing verse on the classic Tribe Called Quest song “Scenario” would be nothing without their collective The Native Tongue Family.  Wu-Tang Clan’s “Enter

Lil Uzi Vert ‘Luv Is Rage 2’: Review

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To put it simply, Lil Uzi Vert’s unique style is f*cking lit. Luv Is Rage 2 has Uzi continuing on his path to show a level of uniqueness that nobody in the hip-hop game has right now. Using a “weird” blend of rapping and singing, with a

Netflix’s Live-Action ‘Death Note’ Movie: Review

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Full disclosure, before I begin: you need to see the 2017 film adaptation of Death Note. Not because it’s a cinematic masterpiece, not because it does anything intelligent with its source material, not even because it has Jesus Christ as the Shinigami (Death God), but

‘Annabelle: Creation’: Review

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A couple who suffered a tragedy years ago opens their home with good intentions to a girls’ orphanage, but soon things go awry. Though the Mullins ask the girls to respect their privacy and stay away from their deceased daughter’s old room, the toys inside

‘The Dark Tower’: Review

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The Dark Tower has had quite the long journey on its way to the screen.  The film is an adaptation of the book “The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger” written by Stephen King and originally published as novel in 1982, but its roots go back even farther

‘Ozark’ (Season 1): Review

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There is nothing more satisfying than a series that you don’t expect to hook you but you end up falling in love with it and this happened with Netflix’s ‘Ozark’. The original series is about family involved with drug trafficking and money laundering combined with

Meek Mill ‘Wins & Losses’: Review

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Philly’s own Meek Mill back with his third album. Unless you have been living under a rock for the past two years, you would know that Meek has been in the news for a couple of reasons. Whether it would be the Drake controversy that

Tyler, the Creator ‘Flower Boy’: Review

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The words ‘psychedelic’ and ‘hip hop’ have been used together with increasing frequency in recent years. Of course, the longer a genre exists for, the more likely it is to mutate into interesting new forms. Regular visitors to the blog will notice we’re very much

Jay Z ‘4:44’: Review

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13 can be looked at as an unlucky number if your superstitious, but being on his 13th studio album, Jay Z proves that he makes his own luck continuing to cement himself as an MC and Mogul in rap. In ‘4:44’ we see Jay Z

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