On June 25th 1996, Jay-Z’s debut album Reasonable Doubt. It was a time way, way before he was the only rapper that yer nan’s heard of and yet Jay-Zed sounded like the finished product right from the jump. As far as regal drug-dealer rap goes, Reasonable Doubt is still sat on a throne of cash, ashing a cigar onto a promo version Nas’ It Was … Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt (1996)
MaZz raps on a Jake Laud beat and the result is darn right lovely. Continue reading Canterbury’s MaZz links up with Jake Laud for Contradiction…
Well, it’s 113 minutes and 53 seconds to be precise, but please don’t get it twisted, Mac Wetha’s Greatest Hits 1-4 is packed full of Biig Piig instrumentals, NiNE8 instrumentals, and a whole heap of unreleased heat. He’s surely one of the most outstanding producers in London, nay, maybe even in the country. His greatest hits are not to be sniffed at either. He shows … Continue reading NiNE8 Collective’s Mac Wetha, has released almost two hours worth of beats for a quid…
Coventry artist Puellae links up with a London underground king. Continue reading Coventry’s Puellae releases a remix of Henny&spacecoupes featuring Kish!
Noname sends for J Cole on a Madlib beat. Continue reading Noname just dropped a minute-long track with Madlib
Brand new Skinshape grooves. Continue reading Skinshape releases groove-enthused new record, Umoja
Taylor McFerrin’s Early Riser was his debut album, and my goodness, it’s beautiful… Continue reading Something that is old Thursdays: Taylor McFerrin – Early Riser (2014)
Raps from MIKE, yewghi, Phoebs and Jake Laud make the cut in our June Music of the Month, along with a send for Donald Trump from Chloe Bodur and Ebi Soda. The surrealness of 2020 life has not worn off or slowed down as he enter the halfway point and our Spotify Playlist’s latest update is your soundtrack to that weird world out there. The … Continue reading Offie Mag’s Music of the Month: June