Omarion has never been a favorite of mine when it came to artists, or music. I admit, “Ice Box” is and forever will be a classic record. I remember that … Continue Reading Omarion: Kinection
We can all cast our minds back to the day the first lock-down was enforced. The majority of us knew what was in store, as we had already witnessed other … Continue Reading Lockdown 2.0 Feels Different
One thing I have noticed is that – sometimes we find ourselves being manipulated or influenced by the changes to our surroundings. Something that psychologists refer to as entrainment… “The … Continue Reading Set Your Own Pace
We finally have Wizkid’s LP: Made In Lagos! Intially scheduled to be released on the 15th of October, Wizkid decided to postpone out of respect of current political tensions in … Continue Reading Wizkid: Made In Lagos
Now, I’ve never been much of a fan of heavily rap dominated records. I enjoy it more as a side than a main, on my plate of music. It has … Continue Reading Nas – Kings Disease
My first blog about intermittent fasting was received pretty well, so I decided to return with an update on my journey with the time restricted practice. So, my 36HR fast … Continue Reading Intermittent Fasting (Continued)
Much to my surprise and satisfaction, Burna Boy dropped an album yesterday. Titled Twice As Tall, I instantly knew he was about to be in his conceited bag with the … Continue Reading Burna Boy: Twice As Tall
I’ve been thinking a fair deal about the gargantuan impact that coronavirus has had on everyday life. These thoughts have circulated on and off in my head way before the … Continue Reading Recession: What Does This Mean For Graduates?
My sister has always had a knack for the use of persuasive language, and this confirms it. Initially, I was certain that I wouldn’t be a participant in any form … Continue Reading Intermittent Fasting
Feels good to finally be able to utilise my gym membership again. What was effectively 4-months being locked out of the gym (within good reason). Felt more like 7-8, my … Continue Reading THE Best Hobby I’ve Ever Had.
Like many residents of South-East London, drill/trap was the epicentre of my Spotify/Apple Music playlist. It was pretty much all I listened to back when I was still living in … Continue Reading Transition of Taste in Music
Let me fill you in on something you may not already know: pretty much everything in life is dependant on balance. Not too much, not too little. But rather that … Continue Reading Balance
“I have two Giggs features on the album, only Drizzy got that” Words from the Camden-born British rapper, and he’s not lying. I’ve done my due diligence in hope of … Continue Reading Ambush Buzzworl: Ask My Brother
Ever since European ships came ashore African lands, the culture and ideas of the black community have been taken. I would have said used, but that would imply that the … Continue Reading Black Culture is Impactful, So Why Are We An Unsung Community.
What’s the deal with artists, recording labels, publishing companies and what seems like a never-ending fight over publishing rights? For the people that aren’t too familiar with what publishing rights … Continue Reading Publishing Rights & Loyalties
Seems like 6LACK has some new music for his fans and BOY 0 BOY it is about time he dropped something. Real name: Ricardo Valdez Valentine Jr. 6LACK (pronounced black) … Continue Reading Did Someone Say New 6LACK Music?