R.I.P

Welcome back It’s been a long time since I posted. Sad! There’s been a lot going on: I’ve moved to a new place that needed a lot of work. I’ve also spent a lot of energy writing articles about design (if you fancy, have a read here). But here we are, back at it. There’s …

One Year Anniversary

One year has passed by since I first started this. The benefits of running this newsletter has been many. First and foremost my interest for hip hop and rap has increasedeven further (which I didn’t believe was possible). It has also been an inspirational experience to start and run a newsletter: keeping it updated, refreshing the design, trying …

Seen It All

The theme this week is seen it all. We have Wu-Tang who has been around since… well, what feels like the beginning. Gucci who has released at least 100 mixtapes and albums (have you ever tried to scroll down his discography?!). I want to dedicate this weeks newsletter to Wu-Tang clan who with their latest album sold …

Summer Is About To End

The theme this week is summer is about to end. There’s often a lot of albums dropping pre-summer – so the artists can get the radio plays. Now, with autumn approaching, a lot of new albums are incoming. Also, I’m leaving for my summer vacation to Italy so there won’t be an update next week. Arrivederci! A$ap …

England vs. America

The theme this week is England versus America. The english rap scene, the grime scene, has been growing in popularity in recent years. We got two young rappers who has been getting a lot of radio attention versus a newcomer in America and a more experienced one. What’s your favourite scene? J Hus calls himself a “doughnut …

Larger Than Music

This weeks theme is larger than music. Jay Z said “I’m not a businessman, I’m a business, man!” which is something as true today as it was when he said it. He’s running Tidal, investing in a lot of startups, has his own sports agency, previously co-owner in the NBA team Brooklyn Nets (which he sold to a record …