The Love Bestowed | Raury's "All We Need"

Kids notice everything. Whether this is driven solely by a lack of ancillary priorities, or it’s standard youthful curiosity, children are equipped with a hyperawareness and inquisitive nature that, for most, fleets rapidly during the dusk of adolescence. A sign of the times, today’s kids, the millennials, have been thrust into a digital fireball, and they have […]

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Artist Profile | Induhgo

Before he was Induhgo, I knew him as Chris. He’s still Chris to me, but the transformation that I’ve witnessed from the man pictured above has been two fold over the course of the past few years.  I met Chris the summer before my freshman year of college, while I was enrolled in classes and training […]

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Questions Before Rodeo

On a bi-weekly basis, I like to take the time to simplify my digital existence, the likes of which include but are not limited to: cleaning up my email, deleting any extraneous pictures off of my phone, erasing any drunk texts that I may have definitely sent (and subsequently regretted), and ridding my DMs of the […]

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The Day He Came: A relatively late review of Kendrick Lamar’s new album To Pimp A Butterfly

Hey, it’s been awhile. I have been busy with college. Kendrick Lamar did something incredible a couple of weeks ago. And it was killing me not having the time to write about it. So it’s funny now that I have the time I’m struggling to find an appropriate place to start. To Pimp a Butterfly has two sides […]

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