Kendrick Lamar – Alright: 10 Symbols Of Positivity & Hope

“I’m all these kids” Kendrick Lamar The black and white visual represents perfectly the dark, dazed and confused world that inhabits the mind, body and soul of the young rapper Kendrick Lamar. If this album is the place where he expresses his flaws before accepting his inner beauty This is also the place for the…

FoCus Lyrics Review – SZA – Ice Moon

SZA is most definitely cool as ice and twice as nice! Her single Ice Moon is at the same time hypnotic, relaxing, mysterious and full of purity despite such seductive lyrics. The environment, settled in a pure wood, warmed by the sunlight, drives daydreaming. “I feel India in my bones” SZA must be referring to…

FoCus Lyrics Review – Joey Bada$$ – WAVES

This song’s instrumental played for cooling, chilling and relaxing, helping to think of anything else than the usual, happens to be a great source of inspiration for any young MC for a freestyle. Plus, its title ‘Waves’ happens to inspire to the good memories surfing on the waves of nostalgic thoughts of ours. Much more…

FoCus Lyrics Review – Black Milk’s Sunday’s Best/Monday’s Worst

Right back on the single of the Black Milk’s album ‘No Poison, No Paradise’, artist whose universe consists in oxymorons and other paradoxes. Sunday’s Best Bass jazzing and grooving, drums kicking, MC freestyling in the mic’… More than a single that hits you back with its catchy hip-hop tempo and rhythm, the choice of such…

FoCus Lyrics Review – Kendrick Lamar’s Cartoon and Cereal

I just had to get down on this track and to break down what I thought was to break down. The instrumental of this track, Cartoons & Cereal, make you dive into one dark and almost scary atmosphere. This atmosphere gives an impression of a kind of mental psychosis, with those fake electronic voices evocating the state of mind of a baby…

Marcus Drumming Poet Analyses Kanye West & Friends’ “CLIQUE’

Lately listening again and again to this Hip-Hop classic, CLIQUE, the songwriting is definitely stunning! First of all, the intro of the song. It all begins with a decrescendo starting off with an ecclesiastic tone. Some tone questioning soul and consciousness of the cupid social climber who betrayed and murdered for some money– how sad….