steez you can hear vol. 32: FEET OF CLAY

It's no secret that I am a huge Earl Sweatshirt fan (you can find my other posts concerning Earl here and here). This steez you can hear post is dedicated entirely to his new album, FEET OF CLAY. Check out the album below and peep my write-up as well where I let Earl's lyrics take center stage. Playlist … Continue reading steez you can hear vol. 32: FEET OF CLAY

My 7 Favorite Hip Hop Albums of 2018

I listen to all kinds of music but there has always been one genre that holds my heart over the others: Hip Hop.  It's the only genre that I follow regularly and anticipate releases for.  This year was a huge year in Hip Hop with monoliths like Drake and Kanye releasing music alongside new comers … Continue reading My 7 Favorite Hip Hop Albums of 2018

Steez you can hear Vol.5

A few days late but still...Playlist for the week of December 10,2018: https://open.spotify.com/user/1244866248/playlist/4Ha2eQHtag5OmHrqiKxn6i?si=tnqhQfP2TWOdH6sSpALm7Q Game Winner by Vulpeck:  I arrived at Vulpeck through hearing Back Pocket in a commercial which brought me to their album, Thrill of the Arts; an incredibly soulful track and as a basketball player, I love the imagery. Dear Maria, Count Me In by All … Continue reading Steez you can hear Vol.5

Steez you can Hear Vol.3: The Sweatshirt Edition

We're gonna do this volume of "Steez you can Hear" a little differently today. With Earl Sweatshirt's new album Some Rap Songs coming out this Friday, I thought it was only right to do a "Sweatshirt Edition." The focus of this playlist is gonna be on all his music released after his return from Samoa.  … Continue reading Steez you can Hear Vol.3: The Sweatshirt Edition

Retroactive: “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”

In so many ways, the Wu-Tang Clan was a natural landing spot for my adolescent journey through Hip Hop.  After devouring every word of Nas' "illmatic," I was hungry for more of that real Hip Hop.  Popular Hip Hop just wasn't grabbing my attention like these old school emcees were.  I listened to Eric B. … Continue reading Retroactive: “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)”