Snoop Dogg – Make America Crip Again

Snoop Dogg is to Hip Hop/Rap what Led Zeppelin is to Rock Music.   Contributing to Dr. Dre on the Chronic album in ’92 in my opinion took the album from great to an all time classic album that will be listened to for generations to come.  He followed it up with Doggystyle in November of…

Junkyard – High Water

  High Water is the bands 1st album in almost 10 years.  Not exactly sure if it’s the anger from the past decade of never getting their due or it’s the current lineup but each song rips from the headphones with pure, unapologetic rock n roll.  Not one song has been “phoned in.” Tunes like…

Jessie Reyez – Kiddo

I’m conflicted here and I’ll tell you why; I have so much respect for Jessie Reyez as an artist and a strong woman.  I want to love this album but I don’t.  Please do not misunderstand there are some wonderful songs on here.  Figures is catchy with a nice hook and powerfully emotional causing you…

L.A. Guns – The Missing Peace

The magic that is L.A. Guns is back and I’m 100% positive it is because Tracii Guns and Phil Lewis were able to get back together and create that spark that ignites the beauty that is Rock N Roll. Right out of the gate this album hits you with It’s All the Same to Me…

Snoh Aalegra – Feels

Like me, you may not be too familiar with the name Snoh Aalegra. Browsing in the new releases on a Fri my eyes were attracted to the cover art of album so I decided to give it a shot. You know that feeling when you put on a pair of jeans, reach into your pockets…