A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's International Artist album exceeds innovation but underwhelms fans A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie returns to the spotlight with his latest 8-track EP; and this time its at a worldwide scale, featuring talent from across the globe. The 22-year-old artist had released his last project, The Bigger Artist in 2017, which would take its position among the US Billboard 200. In relation to the '17 success, it will be interesting to see how his new album performs statistically.
Here it is, our very own review on Nas' latest album, hand-produced by Kanye West himself. Also, read to find out why Kanye has decided to go for 7 tracks in each of his latest albums.
R&B's next up, Jacquees comes through with 4275 Album and its far better than we anticipated The long wait is finally over for Jacquees fans, as the Atlanta artist releases his first studio album. The project features only the best from its genre; including Trey Songz and Chris Brown; along with R&B veterans, Donell Jones, Jermain Dupri and Jagged Edge.
Vibestyle blog bring you the latest in urban music previews and reviews Written by Eugene in Music | 11th June 2018 Mr. West has kept his word in the release of the three hottest albums of June so far, with Pusha T's album, Daytona which was released on the 25th of May; Ye, the self titled album which was released on... Continue Reading →
London's very own version of Bad Boys: Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters team up for action/crime TV Series, Bulletproof While both Clarke and Walters are known to play outside-the-law roles; with the Kidulthood to Adulthood film series and Top Boy, the two British actors squad up as cops to pursue hardened criminals in London's East End. Just like the popular Bad Boys movies, characters Bishop and Pike are not just partners, but best friends - causing some expected complications around work. This adds an element of comedy to the series; again, alike Will Smith and Martin Laurence's roles in Bad Boys.
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By Eugene in Film | 25th May 2018
I remember a time when Netflix originals wouldn’t ever capture my attention, especially over blockbuster hits, but it seems today that the tables are turning. Martin Freeman’s latest movie makes it evident that times have changed.
Vibestyle Review: Cargo (2018)
The Australian movie starts with a man (Martin Freeman), his wife, and their baby girl struggling to survive and provide a life for their daughter, whilst living on some sort of house boat. We then discover that the family are living on this slowly decaying house boat due to a zombie outbreak which has caused a widespread pandemic, resulting in life on water being their safest option. Due to an unfortunate event where the wife becomes exposed to the virus, the family are then forced to migrate back inland where they must…
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