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In this generation of new wave hip hop and “mumble rap”, some may say that lyricism has become outdated, obsolete and a non factor to this generation.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”

Bending Genres & Breaking Stereotypes: How VAs R. Locko Is Reinventing Hip Hop With His “Wheres The Color” EP

In hip hop, there seems to be a gap between the groups of fans. On one hand you have the fans of the more lyrical style of rap that is produced by thought provoking artists such as J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar. Then on the other hand, you have individuals who prefer the more hype, high energy, beat heavy “yuh, aye” style of hip hop … Continue reading Bending Genres & Breaking Stereotypes: How VAs R. Locko Is Reinventing Hip Hop With His “Wheres The Color” EP