Harlem

  • “456” truly showcases OHENE’s talents

    We are currently living in an era of uncertainty, and the future is in question. Some of the trivial things in life don’t seem as important as they did not so long ago, and we continue to place further space between each other in an already socially distant culture....
  • OHENE – “Revolutionary Ratchet” – the revolutionary power of a beating heart

    The album “Revolutionary Ratchet” conveys a lot of afflictive imagery, but OHENE balances it with moments of empowerment and encouragement. The gravity in his words is matched by the sound of the production. He shows dexterity in how he approaches the songs, frequently switching his cadence and delivery. OHENE...
  • On “Dear Culture” donSMITH shows he is a lyrical beast and a storyteller

    On his 4 track EP project, “Dear Culture”, donSMITH shows he is a lyrical beast and a storyteller – a true wordsmith. As a matter of fact, his deep, honest words are the highlight of this album. He sets the bar high, as he performs like an artist who...
  • Moe Dollaz: “DaMoeNation” will catch everyone off guard

    So how does someone start writing a review about one of the better underground rappers he has heard in a very long time? Would that someone start by saying that it’s a sad time when so called artists such as…well we won’t name them, make millions, when truly talented...
  • Novel “Hooly” The Goat is on autopilot from the jump here!

    Inspired by the likes of influential artists as diverse as NY’s Biggie Smalls, as well as Eminem, Sade, 2Pac and Michael Jackson, Novel “Hooly” The Goat, born Levon Robbins, works from a broad template. He’s debut single “Litboi”, cracked the BMS Radio Chicago Top-25 Urban Singles Chart for the Week of August...