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The Game The Documentary 2

Album Review: “The Documentary 2” by Blade Brown

“The Documentary 2” Artist: The Game Album: “The Documentary 2“ Review: Its been ten years since The Game dropped his classic debut album, “The Documentary“. Since then, The Game has released multiple albums and mixtapes, and has solidified his place as one of the best rappers to ever come out of the west coast. To…

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Film Review: “Se7en” by Blade Brown (#FlashBackFriday)

Plot: Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi. Review: This week marks the 20 year anniversary since this masterpiece has been released. The story of Detective Mills (Brad Pitt) and Somerset (Morgan Freeman) chasing a serial killer is widely recognized as…

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Black Mass Movie Review by Blade Brown

Film Review: “Black Mass” by Blade Brown

Plot: The true story of Whitey Bulger, the brother of a state senator and the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston, who became an FBI informant to take down a Mafia family invading his turf. Review: From the very trailer for this movie, I knew we were in for something special….

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Rick Ross Album Review Blade Brown

Album Review: Rick Ross “Black Dollar” by Blade Brown

Artist: Rick Ross Album: Black Dollar Review: Hot off the heels of a small jail stint and an embarrassing loss for Meek Mill at the hands of Drake, MMG boss Rick Ross returns to the scene with a new project, Black Dollar. The album opens with “Foreclosures”, and it opens with a bang. Ross goes…

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Album Review: Jay Rock “90059” by Blade Brown

Artist: Jay Rock Album: 90059 Review: Since the release of Jay Rock’s last album “Follow Me Home“, the entire TDE roster has released a project. Now, after the solid releases from Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul earlier this year, Jay Rock finally puts out his sophomore album: 90059. The album has a more straight forward approach…

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“Fall Movie Preview” by Blade Brown

Fall Movie Season usually isn’t as big as the Summer, but it’s just as important. This is the time where studios release their movies with the best Academy Award chances. Not to say that there won’t be blockbuster movies to come out in the next few months, but the quality of the movies are slightly…

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Event Recap: Showtime at The Rex w/Joe Budden

“Sunglasses & Advil…. last night was mad real” not at all hung over though! Man last night was an evening to remember & forget all at the same damn time. I was invited (or begged my way into) last night’s show at the Rex Theater by Grind Mode Management. For those who weren’t aware (and…

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Review: Worth “#MikeVick3”

So a few days ago I wrote a review for Worth’s diss track “Mike Vick 2”. It seems that maybe Part 2 was either a ploy to entice new listeners or he took heed to the negative backlash. So he’s either an evil genius or one who is in a different class as an artist…

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“Top 10 Movies of the Summer (2015)” by Blade Brown

As September finally rolls around, we’ve gone through another stellar summer movie season. While there were undoubtedly some misfires, this summer gave a lot of great movies. Some with huge budgets, some through independent releases. With four more months and a handful of blockbusters still to be released, 2015 is looking to be a great…

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Album Review: “Beauty Behind The Madness” by Blade Brown

Artist: The Weeknd Album: “Beauty Behind The Madness“ Review: Despite not really doing any press in the US, The Weeknd is still one of the biggest r&b acts around. Following the huge success of his hit singles “Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)” and “The Hills”, Abel Tesfaye aka The Weeknd releases his sophomore album:…

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Film Review: “Straight Outta Compton” by Blade Brown

Plot: The group NWA emerges from the mean streets of Compton in Los Angeles, California in the mid 1980s and revolutionizes Hip Hop culture with their music and tales about life in the hood. Review: NWA is without a doubt one of the most influential groups in entertainment history. Their debut album, “Straight Outta Compton”…

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Album Review: Meek Mill “Dreams Worth More Than Money” by Blade Brown

Artist: Meek Mill Album: “Dreams Worth More Than Money” Review: The wait is over! After several setbacks and delays, the long-awaited sophomore album from MMG artist Meek Mill is finally here. Initially set to arrive in September of 2014, the album was delayed after Meek was sentenced to 3-6 months in jail for probation violation….

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