• Reasonable Doubt
    Albums,  Music

    Reasonable Doubt Dropped 20 Years Ago Today

    One of the greatest rappers of all-time dropped his debut album twenty years ago today. Shawn Carter aka Jay-Z dropped his classic, major label debut, Reasonable Doubt on June 25, 1996 and it featured the late, great Notorious B.I.G, Mary J. Blige and Memphis Bleek. The production on this album was top-notched as it featured the legendary DJ Premier and Clark Kent. Back when this album dropped, Jay-Z hadn’t become the huge star we knew him as, but he was building quite the portfolio having some big name stars to appear on his debut album. The album had plenty of bangers on it from Can’t Knock the Hustle featuring Mary…

  • Watch the Throne
    Album Reviews,  Hip Hop

    Watch the Throne by Jay-Z Kanye West Review

      First of all I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not a big fan of either of these artists even though I respect what both have done more so, what Jay-Z has done over the years. I’ve often said that Kanye’s albums have declined in quality since his debut of the College Dropout and hit rock bottom with the 808s & Heartbreaks but the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy album was better but still wasn’t a good album. Now with Jay-Z I loved his Reasonable Doubt debut album along with a couple other albums but I loved the Blueprint and Black albums. Ok with that said let’s get…