We’ve covered some monumental songs that sculpted the R&B and commercial music scene in the 90’s and one of the premiere acts of the time is up next with Boyz II Men I’ll Make Love To You. They were leaders in the more traditional love infused music and even the most hardest street dudes will admit that […]
We are going to continue this series STRONG with Mark Morrison’s legendary song Return Of the Mack. Rams showcased the female struggle of dealing with a trifling man on The Boy Is Mine but lets not go on like innocent respectable gentlemen around the globe are not dealing with love torment! And Mark Morrison displays a […]
This series is shaping up nicely Rams with the first two instalments featuring 2 heavyweights of that 90’s R&B rap wave by way of LL Cool J and Mase. And do no forget those sultry Total vocals. But Rams it is time to take it to the ICON platform with Aaliyah Age Ain’t Nothing but […]
Where better to start than probably the best R&B/Hip Hop artist of all time. LL Cool J Loungin is a RECCID. Allow us to introduce the next chapter in the Jeks vs Rams Series. The top 8 Greatest 90s R&B songs will be a list of the most influential R&B songs that moulded us into the […]
I’m CHARGED after the last entry. Here is the #5 entry in the current series. Now, if you ask me, Grime is best served with ignorance and aggression, and this was on full display in this entry. Some of you may be alarmed to hear this from me as I stand for peace. However, this […]
We’re back with the fourth installment of the series where we put focus on the instant emergence to the scene of two younger’s, Chipmunk and Ice Kid. RETURN OF THE 16 YEAR OLD’S – SHOWER MAN TIMES. “Name you’re favourite website, I write a post, make it look like ANYTHING” “Want to clash then just ask, […]
Hollowman aka Giggler aka Giggs is the next one up in our series. East London quite rightly set the tempo as the majority of well known grime artists hail from the cockney east-end. South London is the mecca of this “road-man rap” – or am I wrong? In my humble opinion, nobody has encapsulated all […]
Imperious boys turn stars, now you wanna scar our faces with shanks We’ll break down the most powerful radio freestyles that impacted us and the Hip Hop community.
Jeks set it in style with that classic Jigga freestyle. I’m definitely going to “Take off the blazer, loosen up the tie, step aside the booth, Superman is alive” with this particular entry in the series. Without further ado let’s keep the series pushing with further lyricism, wit and misogyny (apologies). Next up to rock.
Yo, I swear if you put my articles on your websites n all that, I want 700 % Featuring the Jay Z freestyle, we’ll break down the most powerful radio freestyles that impacted us and the Hip Hop community.