The Big Sis Najeema recently told me to write up a few reviews because she knows that I share her passion for ecclectic and quality music. (Now Najeema hates it when I call her my ‘Big Sis’ cause she’s younger than me (wink, wink), but it’s a term of endearment from me to her…plus I’m taller than her by like a foot…so it’s kinda funny to me…sorry…#tangent). Anyway, after I complained, bitched, and moaned, she threatened me with not answering any of my DM’s on Twitter or commenting on any of my FB statuses (should that word really be “statusi” if I pluaralize it? Another #tangent..sorry)…and I cannot have that, so here I am turning in my first blog-type-music-review.
Before I get started, here are some ground rules as me and you get closer to each other (get your hand off my thigh…u just met me!):
I’m sarcastic. It’s a curse and a gift. I’m sorry. Nope, I’m not.
I curse a lot. Maybe Najeema will edit them out, maybe she won’t. Either f—ing way, I’m typing it.
I don’t blog…so don’t expect any deep ass reviews. I’m a regular guy…so these reviews are gonna be short and sweet consisting of:
If I like it
Why I like it
What I like about it
Songs 2 check for
$$$$ – Vol. 2 & Black Album
$$$ – American Gangster & Vol. 3
$$ – The Dynasty & Vol. 1
$ (lowest rating) – Kingdom Come & Blueprint 2
Ok…so that’s my intro. I don’t know how often Najeema is expecting me to write a review…but she’ll figure that out since it’s her f–ing blog…and I’m not getting paid for this.
Check back in tomorrow or something and you can read my first review on Wale’s and 9th Wonder’s “Back to the Feature”, fellow countrymen.