Bhad Bhabie, aka Danielle Bregoli, aka “catch me outside girl”, is known for many things, but as of late it’s been her music career. Despite how the public might feel about her, she is undeniably successful, with multiple Billboard Hot 100 singles and hundreds of millions of YouTube views. On February 25th, 2019, Bhad Bhabie […]
Should Christians Create Shock Art? Part Two As we continue our discussion this week on the topic of Shock Art, let’s first do a quick review. In the previous blog article, we discussed how Scripture offers us a model for creating shocking art. The Bible shows how it is perfectly legitimate and a viable tool […]
We have been supporting 237 Mob for quite some time, recently interviewing Virgil Hawkins, and now one of my favorite member of the group Big Nate. Nate has had a powerful year with the release of his project Chronicles Of Nate back in March. From Lewisham South London, 020 Imports talked with Nate about the energy […]
I wanted to write this the Friday of the episode, but I hadn’t watched it yet and I wanted the full experience before ranking the songs/performance. And then time just got away from me. Lazy is not just a cute nickname here. Luckily, my opinions on them are still the same as when I first […]
I generally don’t think it’s legit to count a Best of… or Greatest Hits album amongst one’s favorites. Since they are inherently a compilation of “favorites”, they don’t really count as “albums” in the traditional sense, being a single work, a group of records built and put together in a manner where they fit with […]
We have a question for you. Who is the biggest f*ckboy of them all? Check out the contenders in round 1 and let us know who should advance?
As we all know, Hip-Hop originated in New York, and eventually made it to different regions of the United States, and beyond. But what many people may not know, is that Houston, and all of Southern hip-hop has been very heavily influenced by Houston, Texas. While this may seem like a lofty inference to make, […]
Yes, they are Voyagers. Nick Hexum and the boys came out in the Nu Metal days and there was a little Dance and Dub among their Rap Rock, but they were always a cool, calm confection. They moved more towards the Reggae and I lost interest a little. This 13th album brought me back in, […]
Find out about some of my favourite places to visit in and around the centre of Swansea. There’s good beer, great food and plenty to keep you busy.
Q: On the physical plane there seems to be (among humans anyway) standards of aesthetic beauty: to us, the sky is beautiful to look at, certain foods have a pleasant taste, certain musical sounds seem to have universal appeal. However artists of all kinds have tried to stretch the boundaries of what is appealing – […]
You know the saying “money can buy you happiness”? Well… sorta true for me, because money funds concerts, and it is attending a concert or live show that truly makes me happy. If you and I are friends, you’ll already know that I am very much stimulated by music. Hip hop, rap, R&B and of […]
Certain social media users had a few harsh words for Jay-Z’s coils but Black Twitter wasn’t having it.
Rockville Vs. The World! Whether you’re a DMV native or an underground rap connoisseur, the name Lil Xelly has to ring bells when you hear it. The Maryland bred rager has been coined as one of the hardest workers in rap and it’s not hard to see why. With over 190 tracks on his SoundCloud […]
First things first: SKIN. No matter the woman, man, skin type, skin tone, etc. Skin is vital to your everyday routine – makeup or not. A lot of us tend to neglect proper care to our skin which makes it very susceptible to sun damage, early signs of aging and skin diseases. Fortunately, even the […]