Since dedicating his life to getting the good word down, DJBooth senior writer Yoh Phillips has become one of the most respected writers in modern music journalism. He continues to insert thought-provoking essays, poetic blurbs, and in-depth articles in hopes of following Kendrick’s footsteps to a Pulitzer Prize Award one day.
'DIE FOR MY BITCH' lacks definitive vision but displays the full arsenal of Baby Keem’s artistic range.
“I don’t think he realizes how much of my life he got me through.”
'K.R.I.T. IZ HERE' finds Big K.R.I.T. having the most fun of his career.
An interview with Dallas producer Kal Banx, who scored four production credits on Dreamville's 'Revenge of The Dreamers III.'
'Revenge of The Dreamers III' is a summer blockbuster.
Cherish the miracles, my friends.
"'Bandana' is the definition of dope boy magic."
Future found his secret weapon in producer Richie Souf.
The Toronto Raptors global ambassador missed an easy layup.
In celebration of 'The Warm Up,' the mixtape that launched a career.
Trolls of today will never successfully mimic the real terror of a younger 50 Cent.
Listening to Logic’s 'Confessions of a Dangerous' Mind provides a puzzling sensation.
The artists cited are only scratching the surface.
For Jarrod Milton, Wiley from Atlanta sang his blues.
They are worth it, and we will sing about them.
"Nothing sounds obviously recent or painfully dated; time could never taint the vision of love and infinity on 'The Loop.'"
Giving was Nipsey Hussle's gift.
"I feel more comfortable onstage than I am in regular life."
And not necessarily for the better.
There’s omnipresent chaos that ebbs and flows throughout 'My Krazy Life.'
Gang Starr only cared to look forward, never behind. But for the 25th anniversary of 'Hard to Earn, DJ Premier didn't mind taking me back to 1994.
If a bullet couldn’t stop 2 Chainz from sitting with one of the industry’s monarchs, what odds could?
"He was just like, 'You won’t have any problems out of me dog, you from Richmond.'"
'Rap or Go to the League' is 2 Chainz displaying his greatest gift as a rapper: eclecticism.
The great prophet Flavor Flav told the world in 1988 not to believe the hype. Thirty years later, a series is upon us that may convince you otherwise.
Who do you believe in?