Drake , released his new album titled More Life last week, and as usual the talks of Drake falling off of his coveted pedestal are running rampantly through social media outlets . As we hear with every Drake album that comes there is always that definitive line that Drake teeter- totters on with his melodic – ballad like singles meant for main stream radio as well as the tougher hardcore records that incite drakes acceptance of violence when confronted by those whom seem eager to test his gansta
Long gone were the days where I would have listed Rick Ross as a heavy hitter in the rap game, or so I thought. I was pleasantly surprised by the strong resurgence of Ricky Rozay in Rather You Than Me. Ever since the days of “Everyday I’m hustlin” on his Port of Miami record I thought that Rick would have really been one of the “bosses”, as self-proclaimed however, along the way he lost his distinctive style that made him so distinguishable. By the time he released John and 9 piece which I thought were the same song I was no longer seeing his star power, but this album has confirmed him as a contender once again.