Fades World – Young Fades

Young Fades makes any marketer happy. He is extremely active on his socials and clearly has seen success from some Twitter campaigns, one post having nearly 4.4 million views. This is how Young Fades came onto my radar. Honestly, a white dude out of Oklahoma rapping in camo shirts is not usually my go-to listeningContinue reading “Fades World – Young Fades”

White Bronco – Action Bronson

Award-winning chef, actor, TV host, author, and rapper. The list probably goes on but if you came across Action Bronson on the streets of Queens, he is most likely the last person you would associate any of these terms with. The big, bearded ginger is not what most people would expect of a rapper, however,Continue reading “White Bronco – Action Bronson”

Back In Black – AC/DC

In 1980, AC/DC released Back in Black, the band’s first album with new lead singer Brian Johnson. Its all black cover and the title track were meant to mourn the passing of former frontman Bon Scott following his untimely death just months earlier. AC/DC perfected the art of minimalist rock with slick riffs, hard powerContinue reading “Back In Black – AC/DC”

Haven – We Banjo 3

Growing up in my household, the four types of music I heard a lot were classic rock, 90s hip-hop, bluegrass, and Irish folk. With a grandfather who still performs Irish tunes at pubs around the New Hampshire seacoast, you can imagine I have a fair understanding of that genre. However, I had never heard ofContinue reading “Haven – We Banjo 3”

Beggar’s Banquet – The Rolling Stones

Hey, my name’s Drew, and I’ll be taking over Throwback Thursday for Heff. It took some thought to figure out which album would take my blogging virginity, and I decided I’d start out with a band that’s very special to me. This December marks the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stone’s Beggars Banquet, the band’sContinue reading “Beggar’s Banquet – The Rolling Stones”


“Escobar season begins.” After waiting for what felt like ages last Friday for this album to drop, Nas finally blessed us with Nasir, his eleventh studio album. This is yet another mini project Kanye West has helped produce and release over the past few weeks. Politically charged is an understatement for this album, but we don’tContinue reading “NASIR – Nas”

From The Fires – Greta Van Fleet

The pure talent of this band is special. Something is uniquely similar about them however so different that it is helping their sudden explosion into the rock scene. Lead singer Josh Kiszka, at the ripe age of 22, is already being compared to the legendary Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin. From The Fires, released in NovemberContinue reading “From The Fires – Greta Van Fleet”

Normal – Garren

With any given Sunday being the perfect day to listen to Soul and R&B, usually, I will drop a review for that genre. However, yesterday was a recovery day from the weekend so “Soulful Sunday” is “Soulful Monday” this week and we are starting it off with a hidden gem. Normal is an EP that is truly aContinue reading “Normal – Garren”

Ye – Kanye West

Before I start, I have to say that I am a huge Kanye West fan; am I a deep tracks guy…eh. Not on all the albums, but I do love his stuff. With everything happening to him lately, I am not going to dive too deeply into his political leanings or his mental state. Let’sContinue reading “Ye – Kanye West”

Dopamine – BØRNS

Look, I am aware that this album came out in 2015. I know it’s not even BØRNS’s latest release. However, it is one of my favorite alternative albums of all time and I can do what I want. Dopamine embodies perfect combinations of beautiful vocals and well-produced tracks. BØRNS is an extremely talented singer and demonstrates his abilityContinue reading “Dopamine – BØRNS”