Rich Juzwiak

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  • 9 years ago

    Latin freestyle lives in the hearts of those who are still daring enough to rock fluorescent spandex, Jheri curls, and Scünci scrunchies. But for most of the population, there haven't been too many signs of the gaudy electro offshoot that pea...

  • 9 years ago | Reviews

    Members of Nation of Islam offshoot the Nation of Gods and Earths (a.k.a. the Five Percent Nation) often point out that their movement is a social one, not a religious one. But you'd be hard-pressed to find a current album that's preachier than th...

  • 9 years ago | Reviews

    Every day he's hustlin', but on his debut, Port of Miami, Rick Ross barely works up a sweat. Sometimes he rhymes slowly, sometimes he rhymes quickly, and sometimes he doesn't even rhyme. He likes to repeat phrases instead of thinking up new ones, ...

  • 9 years ago | Reviews

    Wallflowers, beware: We're approaching a point in which leaning back will no longer be a suitable response to a banger. A dance-music revolution is taking hold of R&B (electro abounds!) and even hip-hop (snap music ain't snap music without the sna...

  • 9 years ago | Reviews

    It's almost endearing that Sascha Funke seems to be so uncertain on his installment of Bpitch Control's Boogy Bytes DJ mix series. It is, after all, his first officially released mix, and so the anonymity he displays with run-of-the-mill electroho...

  • 9 years ago | Reviews

    Mr. Lif's sophomore full-length is brilliantly structured to be a metaphor for the battle people endure to be heard. Mo' Mega moves from a chaotic first half in which the Boston rapper's frustrated voice cranes through the rubble of El-P's product...

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