House Party Review + ATL Premiere Pics

In a world where remakes seek to emulate the same things that made their predecessor successful, House Party 2023 forges its own path with solely a similar premise and updated presentation.

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blunt x Noleac Yahsin [audio]

If I could compare the song to anything, it would be to akin to taking a shot or a hit of sativa. Straight to the point and lyrically poignant but potent with a quality that makes you slow down and enjoy the beauty of the experience.

Exposé x 2Sum [audio]

It's not often that an emcee is gifted in both battle rap and putting together a solid project that has replay value. Louisiana artist 2Sum, however, does not have that problem.

[FILM] A Wesley Christmas – ATL Premiere

Are you looking for a new Black family film to add to your holiday collection?

3V x J. Nolan [Interview]

For some people, the Atlanta rap scene has become synonymous with mumble rap but emcee J. Nolan plans to change all of that real quick with Rise of ATLantis. I’ve been working with this talented guy since 2012 so I was dying to sit down and catch up. Since discovering him and posting his music... Continue Reading →

Life Size Coloring Book~Art/Fashion Show

There are plenty of interesting events for creatives in the beautiful city of Atlanta, but I haven't seen one that combined art and fashion quite like Life Size Coloring Book. The art show featured clothing from Wildlyfe Clothing, Steez Fiends, Bryn Mawr , BBX Lifestyle; as well as visual art from several incredibly talented visual... Continue Reading →

Sound Suicide x Aster the GEMini

As we all know, love can be a hell of an emotional rollercoaster. Sometimes heartbreak feels like it can literally be the end of you. For anyone that can identify with that feeling, Aster the Gemini has a song for you. Sound Suicide is a lyrical work of art that beautifully details the narrative of... Continue Reading →

When I’m Geeked x Maui Maxx [Official Video]

New music from one of New Atlanta's most outspoken influencer Maui Max. The young emcee has been making some noise on the scene for quite some time qith his introspective bars and philosophical perspective on things both ratchet ans sophisticated. He has also distinguished himself by being extremely open with struggle with depression. I, as... Continue Reading →

The Ross Review x King Quando [Interview]

As we all know, the creative scene in the city of Atlanta pushes the culture of the entire country, and word even when it comes to movies, fashion and more. The Ross Review spearheaded by Atlanta's own Kimberly Ross has been catching up with some of the city's most buzzworthy musicians, curators, fashion powerhouses and... Continue Reading →

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