Issue 59

This is a special newsletter. From usually writing about a couple of artists, and linking multiple tracks – this newsletter will be all about Jay Electronica.

Issue 56

No newsletter like this could make Jay Z’s career justice. The discography is cemented into hip hop history, a legacy to carry on for future rappers and will always be acknowledged as one of the founders, greatest and most important artist and profile to hip hop.

A lot of tracks couldn’t fit into this newsletter due to time and space. It could easily be filled with 30 more tracks, but I hope you enjoyed it, as well as enjoy Jay Z’s discography whenever you take your time to listen to it.


Rappers turned actors It’s Sunday – what is a better start to this day than some new hip hop…? This week, the topic isn’t as serious as it might be otherwise. Today, I’d like to pay my regards to all the rappers out there who have endeavoured into movie acting. I came to think of …

Art form

Hip hop is an art form in itself. It’s reflecting personal thoughts. Or someone’s mood. Or a generation. It can paint a picture of something with so little; a couple of rhymes. Wu-Tang Clan did a brave move a couple of years ago. They made a case for hip hop being a fine art form, by …

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 …