Consistency In Hip Hop, The Golden Era of Mixtapes, & The Demise of the XXL Freshman List (Editorial)

Does Consistency Matter In Hip Hop Anymore? If a well-renowned rapper drops a classic album at some point in their career, hip hop heads pray another one will be coming soon. Let’s think about Eminem. I have no problem deeming his first three projects masterpieces (The Slim Shady LP, The Marshall Mathers LP, and TheContinue reading “Consistency In Hip Hop, The Golden Era of Mixtapes, & The Demise of the XXL Freshman List (Editorial)”

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Javon Comes Back With A Vengeance In His New Record ‘Eminem Joint’

Eminem’s signature rhyme scheme is hard to emulate; so much so that I’ve never heard a rapper even attempt it. It may seem like an impossible task, but Chicago’s Javon did it with his latest song, Eminem Joint. Kill You is one of my favorite records off the classic Marshall Mathers LP, so I wasContinue reading “Javon Comes Back With A Vengeance In His New Record ‘Eminem Joint’”