Hate it or Love it, The Game is here to stay! Jayceon Taylor is one of those guys that somehow manages to rise to the top no matter what gets thrown at him. It doesn't matter if it's a rap feud, court case or even hot lead, The Game always prevails. So when you take all of this into account, it's no wonder that he titled his 5th album, Jesus Piece. This album came out in 2012, but it's still a better listen than a lot of the commercial hits on the airwaves today.
Jesus Piece as a title, is a bold move within itself. It seems a lot of rappers get to a certain point where they feel they've hit "God Staus" lyrically, but as long as it stops there it seems most people don't mind. We won't even go into some of these other rappers that take things a little to far in this review, since for now we are focusing on The Game. Jesus Piece has a lot
Sometimes in life, we go where we are led and at other times we are summoned for something bigger.
Dirk LP plainly puts it as he's heard the "Call To Greatness"! Dirk LP is a rising rapper out of Alabama that has been honing his craft for quite sometime. He's released several mix tapes throughout the years such as Go Green and Solid which have all had positive reviews amongst critics and fans alike. In his newest addition, Call To Greatness, Dirk lays it on the line and lets the world know that he's coming for the top.
In a world saturated with clones, it can be difficult to stand out as an individual artist with an innovative style of your own.
Tech N9ne is by no means an overnight success, he has sharpened his craft throughout many albums, exposures on film, video games and a series of collabos.
One such collaboration is titled Welcome To Strangeland, in which Tech blends his lyrical wit seamlessly into a series of bass heavy tracks dipped in Strange melodies. If you've