Hot and Heavy

"Strongulation" strangles the listener into listening to a collection of themes and moods that come straight from the dragon’s mouth, hot and heavy.

A review of Fallaf's 'Tekila'

The intro comes on, atmospheric and quite theatrical, setting the mood and building into the song proper. Rhythmic and boastful of a pace that's both instrumentally catchy and flowing, the song captivates and sweeps along, flooding the attention and keeping it afloat at once. Instrumentally, 'Tekila' scores very high in artistic value, way above average.

A review of Fallaf's 'Tekila'

The intro comes on, atmospheric and quite theatrical, setting the mood and building into the song proper. Rhythmic and boastful of a pace that's both instrumentally catchy and flowing, the song captivates and sweeps along, flooding the attention and keeping it afloat at once. Instrumentally, 'Tekila' scores very high in artistic value, way above average.

A Hip-Hop interview set to music

On coming across the album title, 'The Johannesburg Files', one is very likely to know not what to expect exactly even though it apparently portends something out of the ordinary - and sure it is! In bearing testimony to the universality of music, The Johannesburg Files draws its contributors from South Africa, Nigeria, the USA, and the Netherlands.

Hip-Hop Satire

A new musical satire arrives on the scene. It's all humorous rap lyrics, social sensitization, and everything that comes in between.

Epic Hip-Hop

A review of Rootword's album '"Warning Signs". It so happens that an ardent listener of music seeks out the style of an artist, to know if it resonates with their taste or not. As evident in the album, Rootwords' style is hardcore rap, delivered without effort and laden with deep messages; all accompanied with strong rhythmic and interactive beats.