Detroit Ché- Mad (Solange Cover)

This emcee is a milestone within herself. She’s been delivering a stirring amount of attention with her recent releases this year with Dopediv Ali creating the duo of Andwearechélo with their track, “Good Leaf”, alongside her “Lemon Pepper Freestyle”, “Big Spread” and her Redman “80Barz Challenge”. Ché’s anticipation for the release of this track was something special and I’m elated that she has shared it with us listeners.

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Teenage Fever Review

In this time of quarantine, we found ourselves in a relatively new, awkward world. 2020 has been a strange year for us all but in this bizarre era; I’ve located many new music artists that have touched my ear with the profound graces of their lyrics. Lyrically venting about the hardships that correlate with the teenage years, I stumbled upon this 19-year-old artist from Dallas, Texas that cued my excessive use of the repeat button. This artist sang about love, acceptance, maintaining distance from others for her protection, alongside the developed isolation that connects with music success in her ending teenage epoch. Kaash Paige self-reflects on her debut album, Teenage Fever.

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Music Review: “In Real Life” with Cam Woods.

This Detroit artist work ethic has been phenomenal within these past few years. We music listeners have been graced with two 2017 releases, “I Was Bullshittin’” EP and his second EP, “Bachelor Dad” that included respected samples, great lyrics, and amazing features. Providing a strong presence in 2020, this ten min EP gave an introspective view of the important aspects of the rapper’s life that focused on great mental health and self-care. Cam Woods blesses listeners with I.R.L.

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Music Review: Mac Miller- Circles

Mac Miller’s star-studded, fifth studio album, Swimming was equipped with pivotal vocals that showcased Miller’s impactful songwriting. Swimming addressed the struggles that the young rapper faced while striving to locate stability within his own psychological growth. Special thank you to Jon Brion for his progression in concluding the album. As a companion to Swimming, Mac Miller blesses listeners with his first posthumous album, Circles

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