One year ago, on a Sunday, somewhere in Oslo, I ran into a fantastic band. The band's energy, humor, and particularly its varied music, drew my attention. The musicians called themselves ‘Frank Znort Quartet’.
The slick-stricken Bronx rapper’s first album Invasion of Privacy is a marvel of craft, musicality, and emotion. It’s called Invasion of Privacy for a reason. If you don’t like what you see, it doesn’t even matter: she made you look anyway.
Rencontre avec les rappeurs de l’heure, c’est-à-dire Dead Obies. C’est avec des fous rires et sous forme de jeu que nous découvrons qui est le plus baveux, le plus drôle, le plus torturé ou même le plus « Diva »!
This is Phonte's most honest album, with him opening up on his thoughts about life, health, aging, mortality, relevance, motivation, sadness, and leaving his mark. He's a lyrical fighter better than anyone in the game.
When [Kendrick] Lamar was tapped to produce the soundtrack to [Black Panther] the movement, the reaction was amazing, everyone was excited because Lamar is known for his strong work ethic and passion for music.