G.O.D.S. Music Group is Keeping Lyricism Alive With “Bully Hour”

In this generation of new wave hip hop and “mumble rap”, some may say that lyricism has become outdated, obsolete and a non factor to this generation. G.O.D.S. music group has totally flipped the script on that theory by combining lyricism, knowledge, energy and relevance to create a unique sound that is making the spirit of old school hip hop relevant to this new school … Continue reading G.O.D.S. Music Group is Keeping Lyricism Alive With “Bully Hour”

“I’m A Rockstarrr”: A Look Into How Rock n Roll is Influencing Hip Hop

  In a huge contrast to the times of the 80s, 90s and early 2000s, the hip hop scene of today has become quite saturated with mosh pits, leather jackets and new wave self proclaimed “rock star” rappers. Although the exact time when this transition was made is unclear (remember when all of this “rock star” talk was considered “white people stuff”?), with all of … Continue reading “I’m A Rockstarrr”: A Look Into How Rock n Roll is Influencing Hip Hop