"A great song can make us cry, shake or convulse, but when it comes to Dev, We Dance! "
We're sure you've heard of this electro-pop angel by now, but if you haven't, let us shed a little more light on this ray of sunshine. Dev is a vibrant young artist that has built up quite a name for herself, cranking out hit after hit ever since she blew up on Myspace around 2010.
You've probably heard one or more of her most popular tracks like "In The Dark" or "Like A G6" and didn't even know it was her. So we're here today to talk a little bit about her, but mostly her music from The Night The Sun Came Up. So, shall we Unhinge?
"Some of them try to rhyme, but that can't rhyme like this"
If you were a kid growing up in the 90s, then you already know how these two had us jumping around wearing the baggiest clothes we could find! Kriss Kross was a force to be reckoned with and this didn't just include kids, even the Big Boys danced to them.
Mothers, grandmas, even teachers quoted their lyrics, although they would yell at us to
"Calvin Broadus a.k.a Snoop Doggy Dogg is one hell of an innovator, a rap icon and without a doubt one of the best to do it"
Okay, we are going to just jump right in this one, by saying that Snoop Dogg changed the game, hands down! A lot of artists have made waves and created a stir on the West coast, but not many have had as much crossover appeal as the slim spitter.
Calvin came out with one of the most laid-back flows that has captivated and held our attention, since he first hit the scene with his classic, DoggyStyle.
When it comes to Kanye West, we can't forget the initial impact he made on the music scene with everything from killer productions to awe-inspiring lyrics. We also can't forget how his conscious yet provocative statements raised eyebrows on everyone from presidents to college students.
To put it simply we were blown away by his bravado and hoped that he would continue to make G.O.O.D music, but somewhere along the way, things changed.
Today, Kanye's music is a pale comparison to the awesomeness that drew us in as fans to start with, so we figured we'd send a reminder. Kanye, this
Today in 2013, Ludacris is well known across several continents and audio circles as being both a creative hip-hop artist and a developing actor.
However, his iconic lifestyle and success didn't just happen because he wanted it to, he worked for it.
His 2000 major-label release "Back For The First Time" is a part of that journey, a pillar in his history if you will. We'd like to take a moment to talk about this amazing album that birthed a new star in Hip-Hop who would change the face of Southern Rap... forever.
How'd he change it? By being the best at what no one else was doing at that time, ultimately, he made us laugh. When everyone else was trying to be the hardest out, he went another route and