- Geek & Sci-Fi
One of the greatest albums in recent years set to return to retail.
There are few pairings in Hip-Hop that make me as happy as Blu & Exile.
No longer do we have to wait for an official follow-up to Blu & Exile's Below The Heavens.
Most fans don't have the ability to actually reach through their headphones and smack rappers for their rude quips showboating about how much better their lifestyles are than ours or how they're sticking our ladies while we're out bagging groceries at Food Lion.
It's a Christmas miracle.
Only a talented troupe of rappers could become stronger after losing a few members.
“Face In Disguise” first graced ears across the country as “Build Jewelz,” off Has-Lo’s debut, In Case I Don’t Make It.
Adapting with the times is not always the easiest thing to do.
So the word on the e-streets is Blu was out at the Cali leg of Rock The Bells and was passing out his upcoming album, NoYork.
An arduous grind, numerous mixtape releases, a BET cypher and G.
The cliché rapper line has always been "my life is a movie," but most who choose to rap don't star in the film day-to-day.
MED's "This Is Your Life" is one of those tracks where everything melds together perfectly.
The "Blu, O brother where art thou?" references will no longer be needed now that our favorite Lost Angelean is on the go. Carefully plotting his next maneuvers on the hush, the untapped prodigy in Blu recently tested out some new material for a crowd out close to Nikeville at The Fix.
Hearing a new MC’s album being compared to Illmatic is not a daily occurrence; especially in the digital era where most fans treat albums as disposable as a club flyer.