One of the most engaging and awe-inspiring aspects of Hip-Hop is the Battle. The moment when two rappers have decided that lyrical warfare is the only way to squelch whatever beef has grown between them.
We've all heard of famous rap battles before, Big and Pac, Jay and Nas, but Beans and Jada's battle for us was one of the most evenly matched.
At the time these two spitters clashed, they were both at the top of their careers. You had people cheering for Beans and you had people cheering for Jada, it was truly a great moment to be alive.
Join us in tonight's Unhinged Review, as we examine the bars and decide who really won!
One of the most beautiful songs to grace our eardrums in almost the last 30 years comes from none other than Dionne Warick, Elton John, Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight. These four individuals, multi-talented in their own right, came together to bring us something passionate, hopeful and timeless. There's not many songs that can fill your heart with so much hope and inspiration such as this and this is the reason we must Unhinge a classic..
"In a world of copycat imitators, Chuckie Campbell rises above with his clever wordplay and respect for this art we call HipHop"
If you we're looking for real hip-hop in today's web of "twerk" and "drank" music, it would be almost impossible to find anything of sustenance.
Fortunately for us, there is Chuckie Campbell, a writer-poet placing value high on quality lyrics rather than catchy hooks or dances. His most recent full length album is titled "More Die Of Heartbreak" and here is the Unhinged Review.
"Music is limitless...it can take you wherever, however and whenever you want to be"
When you think of music, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Is it a favorite song? A moment? A place that you want to be? It really doesn't matter what your response is because either way you would be right.
"Sometimes we have to slow things down a bit to enjoy the finer gifts in life"
Hello, Hello Hello, How are you doing tonight? Yes, we decided to slow things down a taste for our first "Lovers" review.
We went through the archives, picked out two of our faves and we're sure you'll agree, these songs are true classics.
The first one comes from Eric Clapton
and the second comes from, well you'll