Got a dope, guest review here, of Quelle Chris from Detroit’s album. Title: Quelle Chris – Ghost At The Finish Line (Album Review) LIke any other aspect of our culture, art of a particular style of from a specific location will inevitably give way to a newly opened lane for similarly minded artists. And in […]
Who is Macklemore? That seems to be the question of the day around the Internet. The Seattle native just released his independent debut, The Heist, produced in full by long time friend and collaborator Ryan Lewis, to a number one ranking on iTunes. Most of the shows in his international tour throughout Europe sold out, […]
We were good but the weed was better. Last night I went to The Independent in San Francisco to catch Action Bronson perform. I got there part way through Richie Cunning’s set and weaved through the loosely packed crowd until I had a spot RIGHT in front of the stage. I don’t know much about […]
Just put up another part of my Sasquatch review at ReignCity.com! Check it out.
What up everyone! I am writing for a website Reign City now in addition to running the site here. I wanted to let everyone here know that I just wrote a review of the last concert I was at. I saw J. Pinder, Dyme Def, Eighty4 Fly, Royce the Choice & GMK at The Crocodile in […]
Shortly after posting our two top 10 lists of 2011 the collaborators here at DaWH@T felt that there were some incredible projects this year that we had to leave out because simply there was just so much amazing projects this year. This is a post to throw out some recognition to some of the hard […]
Went out to see Theophilus London play a show last night at the Troubadour in West Hollywood in honor of his freshman album Timez are Weird These Days, which just dropped today. I first blogged about London almost two years ago when This Charming Mixtape dropped. Since then, he’s mostly been building up his reputation […]
Admittedly, I arrived at the venue after the show started but I caught the second half of Whole Wheat Bread, and all of Ab-Soul, Tabi Bonney & Murs. In all of the shows up in Seattle that I’ve been to, the crowd hasn’t been too kind to the openers but this one was better. The […]
For weeks now my homie Elliot had been telling me about an amazing album by Sene & Blu: ADayLate&ADollarShort. I checked for it mostly because of Blu’s name, but when i listened i was surprised to hear another great MC spiting. Blu in fact did not have a single verse on the album (relegating himself […]
One of the main reasons I decided to write a review of Donnis’ mixtape Diary of an ATL Brave is because of the opening track “The Beginning”. So before I get into his overall positives and negatives I wanted to talk about this song.