- Geek & Sci-Fi
Here at TSS, we get a lot of music submissions. We go over them all with a fine-toothed comb. As is customary in this line of work, a lot of the things we get are mediocre to bad. Generally, we pass over these songs to give shine to the material one or a few of us genuinely enjoys. We don't go around bashing submissions. That’s not our style. If these songs would have come to us from any other artist, I would have listened, said “wow, that’s really bad,” and keep moving. However, these tracks aren’t from any artist. These songs are from someone who has just been signed to a (reported) million-dollar contract.
The music industry wants you to believe that we, the Internetters, are the reason they're losing money.
If I had to pick my favorite album of any genre last year it would have to be The-Dream's Love Vs.
Well you knew the IDJ wouldn't let Rihanna get all "restricted" without a proper single to keep the registers ringing.
Redman and Ready Roc brave the recession in Lambos with the visual for this bare-bones track from Reggie Noble "0" 9 ½.
Not to overtly spoil the campaign towards Khaled's next project, but I'm gonna anyway.
Photo: B.Scott "Hov on that new shit Niggas like how come Niggas want my old shit Buy my old album.
The mid-nineties saw Hip-Hop's infatuation with gangster movies at an enormous peak.
What a difference 6 months can make.
Detailed shots of the previously mentioned adidas x Def Jam collabo, the Tony Starks version.