Everything about Black Panther has been breaking boundries. From it’s casting of black talent, it’s influence on culture, all the way to the soundtrack. The Black Panther album was curated by one Kendrick Lamar and features a vast array of black artists. Does the album live up to the hype that movie has generated?
MF DOOM, MM FOOD… Where do I start? After releasing many different bodies of work, under many many different aliases including Viktor Vaughan and King Geedorah, MM FOOD (2004) is the second studio album by the UK born rapper MF DOOM (Who, as of February 2018 has over 1,000,000 monthly listeners on Spotify).
When Foals arrived on to the British indie scene with ‘Hummer’ nearly 11 years ago, it was clear they were going to be a force to be reckoned with. Treble tones from guitars sat high on their chests created a new, unorthodox sort of funky. ‘Hummer’ featured on a skins episode which would see the hype begin for the most hotly anticipated debut of 2008.
Even if you prefer the youthful attitude on their first two albums, or if you’re more of a fan of the deftly produced Humbug and AM, there are a myriad of standout tracks on this record that prove that Suck It And See is a project that simply shouldn’t be ignored.
Arctic Monkeys’ sophomore release signified not only everything we already knew was great about the band, but also what would go on to make them great in the future. They had longevity in abundance.