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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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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Dark Sky Duality | Big Sean Album Review 

Whether consciously or coincidentally depicting the dichotomy of life, G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean’s third major label album Dark Sky Paradise vaults the Detroit artist into rap relevance once again after momentarily falling out of favor.  “No mistakes in life ever, it’s only lessons,” asserts G.O.O.D. Music artist Big Sean over the Boi-1da produced “Blessings,” a haunting-yet-somehow-gratifying track that features […]

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