My name Littles no 'S' bruh I use a dollar sign.
"Think I'd better let it go." Words from Teddy Pendergrass's hit single "TKO". On the track Teddy talks about letting go of a woman that wasn't good for him. A lesson that would lead to a hit and a #2 spot on Billboard's Hot R&B chart. Lee Littles is an artist looking to create his own hit while paying homage to Teddy Pendagrass with his remix to TKO.
LOOK UP in the sky! Issa a bird! Issa plane! Issa album by David Puffin'. With a 4.20 release date "Issa", (a 10-track EP by David Puffin') isn't about flashy click bait album titles but rather letting the music RUN IT UP. Known for his high energy and weed inspired lyrics David Puffin looking to make his music reach as many people as the plant he celebrates. So here it is 'Issa', the review;
4/20, practically a national holiday of the most high. All across America people are celebrating and enjoying this holiday and on a Friday. But if your still needing a little inspiration Keezy has the perfect song to spark to with the release of his song "Go 4 What You Know". The song is so chill and perfect for setting the right vibe for elevating your mind. And after a long week of working, moving through traffic, and hopefully not getting stopped by the cops you deserve this smoke break as Keezy explains it:
The album TCTAS will have it's 5th anniversary party this Friday 4/20 at the Fassler Hall bar in downtown Tulsa. So it's only right that we review this classic project by the one and only Verse, (a,k,a 1st Verse). For those that haven’t figured it out yet TCTAS stands for "The City That Always Sleeps", an appropiate title for a city that has seen great talent shunned away because of the stigma of being "local". But as Verse shows with this album that you can only sleep on him for so long.
Jay-Z dropped one of the craziest tracks on which he airs out the family laundry on. You know. "Family Feud". And ever since then rappers have been following J's lead by spittin their own rendition of the track (Checkout the article "Family Feud: The Instrumental Rappers Are Using for Therapy"). Not to be left out M.C. has a few words for the state of rap in Oklahoma of which it would only be right that he use "Family Feud" for his track "Part Two".