Monthly Archives: May 2013

How Purple Rain made Prince a Phenomenon

The 80s was thing breaking through within a new revolution for pop culture. The 80s gave birth to the Phenomenon known as Michael Jackson with Thriller becoming the biggest selling album in the world. Oliver Stone’s Scarface became a cult … Continue reading

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Kobe Bryant: The Last of a Dying Breed

<a href=”https://escobar300.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/lebron-james-kevin-durant-off-season-work-out.jpg”><img src=”https://escobar300.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/lebron-james-kevin-durant-off-season-work-out.jpg&#8221; alt=”LeBron-James-Kevin-Durant-Off-Season-Work-Out” width=”450″ height=”299″ /></a> “All of these rappers today are too friendly with each other. Their like the new basketball players. Lets keep it competitive ” Styles P It seems that the art of competition is slowly … Continue reading

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How TNA can become a Contender

This year would mark officially 10 years since Total Nonstop Action was funded as a Wrestling organization. Throughout the past 10 years We’ve been introduced to some really great feuds, matchups and potential fresh faces that can be big steers … Continue reading

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Ghostface Killah 12 Reasons to Die Review

Ever since signing his name on the Def Jam Contract, It seemed that Ghostface has become less passionate about hip hop. Perhaps it was the direction that Def Jam anointed President JayZ was taking at the time is what fueled … Continue reading

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Why Kanye West’s New Slaves track is what Hip Hop needs

Before I start this off. I’m gonna be the first to say that I haven’t rocked with much of Kanye West’s music over the past 6 or 7 years. Since Graduation as a matter of fact. I’ve liked songs from … Continue reading

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Death Row Too Gangsta for Radio Review(THROWBACK)

There is one thing thats clearly evident when listening to this album: Suge Knight DESPISES Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg and anybody else thats affiliated with them. Snoop and Dre’s departure from the label has left the former CEO salty … Continue reading

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Eminem and Royce Da 5’9- Bad Meets Evil Review

In 1998-1999 Eminem and Royce the 5’9 were two of the most premier rappers in Detroit. The working chemistry they have could have been compared to duos like Redman and Method Man, They knew how to bring the best out … Continue reading

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