EUGY – FLAVOURZ EP (REVIEW)

EUGY – FLAVOURZ EP (REVIEW)

There is a new hybrid sound in world music. African and Caribbean sounds have been fused with hip-hop and R&B elements creating a new wave of the Afrobeats genre. Ghanaian born UK artiste Eugy is one of the acts leading […]

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BANKYONDBEATZ- FUEGO SENORAS (REVIEW)

BANKYONDBEATZ- FUEGO SENORAS (REVIEW)

I first heard the word “Fuego” on the song “El Chapo” by American rapper “The Game”. Though a lyrical enthusiast, I never took the time to find out what the Spanish word meant. I have however come to understand and […]

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KING JOEY – LOW TIDES EP (REVIEW)

KING JOEY – LOW TIDES EP (REVIEW)

From a totally subjective point of view, “Low Tides” is a concept that King Joey came up with after his project was 100% done. The title of the EP was the Stone Age Clan man’s final deciding factor. After leisurely […]

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AKOTOWAA – SOLITAIRE EP (REVIEW)

AKOTOWAA – SOLITAIRE EP  (REVIEW)

“Solitaire!” This is not that game for one player, played by removing pegs one at a time from a board by jumping others over them from adjacent holes. “Solitaire!” This is not, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, a single jewel […]

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TINUKE- H.E.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

TINUKE- H.E.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

Tinuke’s debut compilation release, dubbed H.E.R Mixtape, H.E.R standing for: Having Extreme Rage was first announced when we caught up with her earlier this year [read full interview here]. The tape is finally here! Actually it’s been out a while now, […]

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M.ANIFEST- APAE: THE PRICE OF A FREE EP (REVIEW)

M.ANIFEST- APAE: THE PRICE OF A FREE EP (REVIEW)

In anticipation of Nowhere Cool we decided to have an Unorthodox Review of M.anifest’s most recent compilation release, Apae: The Price of a Free EP. Enjoy!   Now a centre a critical acclaim, M.anifest was largely underrated until quite recently. He […]

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MS. B. REDD- ANCHOR (REVIEW)

MS. B. REDD- ANCHOR (REVIEW)

Anchor EP is the debut compilation release of spoken word newbie Ms.B.Redd, after some three years of performances and covers. Most of you may remember her from Okuntakinte’s single Decoco. “Anchor is dedicated to my brother who passed away years […]

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