December 12, 2018
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Album Reviews

Elephants on Acid

Cypress Hill

On September 28th, Cypress Hill released their ninth full length album titled Elephants on Acid. Prior to this, their last studio album was 2010’s Rise

The Lost Tapes

Gorilla Voltage

Since the first time I heard Gorilla Voltage until now, I can’t say that I have vocally expressed a positive opinion of them. That isn’t

Kamikaze

Eminem

By the time the beat pulls it’s parachute and glides onto the track, Kamikaze‘s first offering is anxious and the bars are anticipating the flow.

The Demon Angel

Myzery

It has been 8 long years since the announcement of Myzery‘s studio album, The Demon Angel. After numerous setbacks, the newest album finally sees the

Skinwalker

Skribbal

Force 5 Records, home of Underground Heavyweights; Mars, Saint Dog, Danny Diablo, Big Hoss and The Nomadz, have just added another artist that should be

Stand For Something Or Die For Nothing

Street Dogs

It’s been exactly 8 years since Street Dogs released their self-titled studio album, and since then, a LOT has happened. [You can read the review

Never Gonna Die

Pennywise

Who remembers when artists stuck to the genre of music they belong in? Nowadays it’s all over-saturated and just a sad sight. From rap and

Twiztid Presents: Year of the Sword

Entire MNE Label

Twiztid formed Majik Ninja Entertainment with their manager George in 2014.  Since then they have signed some amazing artists.  Names such as Lex the Hex

No Turning Back Volume 3

Madecipha

Madecipha is a New Haven, Connecticut native that has not only been dropping albums for years, but also an author and the star of his

Black Rock

Onyx

Coming a long ways since their first single in 1990, Onyx is a New York mainstay hip-hop artist. Originally consisting of Sticky Fingaz, Fredro Starr,

Moon Rocks & Space Ships

Freeze

New England’s own Freeze has been dropping albums since back in 2007 when his debut “Red Snow” released and things only getting better. Since his

Invincible

Deuce

Do you love your hip-hop being drenched with motivational rhyme schemes that are so powerful, it could very well give an entire neighborhood a reason

Mission: Infect "Chemical Threats" Phase 3 and Phase 4

Mission: Infect

The underground hip-hop scene is rejoicing worldwide due to the simple fact Mission Infect is back and better than ever! The last time Mission Infect

We are just over 3 weeks away from hearing the entire MNE collab album: Year Of The Sword!  In case you haven’t heard, this 2

Muzik Medisin

Kraziak

With so many artists out there in the world, I honestly can say choosing the ones I find most appealing within the music community is