Author: ronkadera

  • Glastonbury Festival fashion history: Remember when Kate Moss wore rain boots review?

    Glastonbury Festival fashion history: Remember when Kate Moss wore rain boots review?

       Remember when Kate Moss wore wellies (that is rain boots for all those outside the UK) into Glastonbury?Fourteen years ago, Britain’s best-known supermodel broke style’s proverbial fourth wall and joined the mortals in their helpless squalor. Sure, she’d likely spent the weekend glamping in the festival’s VIP zone. But a filthy field is England’s […]

  • Four Ways to Make Gossip Less Toxic guide

    Four Ways to Make Gossip Less Toxic guide

    There’s no doubt that the act of gossiping about someone can sometimes be harmful and negative. But there is such a thing as”good gossip,” and the very act of gossiping can actually help the way we interact with each other. If we follow some simple steps, we can get involved in gossip without it end […]

  • Idlewild gets jazzy during homecoming event review

    Idlewild gets jazzy during homecoming event review

    THE FIRST ACT: Jazz musician Rick Hicks, of Muskegon, starts off the Idlewild Homecoming on Saturday. The episode featured five acts and brought out at least 500 people. IDLEWILD — John Meeks wanted to create an event which brought all the advantages of Idlewild together.After several years of preparation and hard work, Saturday’s Idlewild Homecoming […]

  • Review: B.o.B’s Alleged Final Album “NAGA” Is Aimless & Entertaining

    Review: B.o.B’s Alleged Final Album “NAGA” Is Aimless & Entertaining

    When B.o.B. was on top of the rookie rap world with his 2010 smash “Airplanes,” no one would predict he would wound up being known as Hip Hop’s resident flat-earther. Yet, after an undeniably declining musical trajectory since his debut (not to mention the Kansas-sized whirlwind of scrutiny that accompanied his controversial worldviews), it should […]

  • Review: Mac Miller Embodies Defiance On Cathartic “Swimming” Album

    Review: Mac Miller Embodies Defiance On Cathartic “Swimming” Album

    It’s no secret that Mac Miller has been going through a tumultuous year. He’s endured a very public break-up with Ariana Grande and then got arrested for a DUI in May. On Swimming, his follow up to his overlooked The Divine Feminine, Miller tackles these issues head-on. Though the subject matter is enticing, Swimming does […]

  • Review: Kool G Rap & 38 Spesh Gel On “Son Of G Rap” Album

    Review: Kool G Rap & 38 Spesh Gel On “Son Of G Rap” Album

    Kool G Rap has been penning rhymes since most rap fans were treating their mama’s wombs like speed bags. With so many Hip Hop stripes, it can be hard to keep the same old as fresh as a new pair of draws. Rather than spit out shrimp-and-lobster stories on the solo tip (like his last […]

  • Review: “Yung Bans, Vol. 5” Is A Solid Addition To 2018’s Trap Blitz

    Review: “Yung Bans, Vol. 5” Is A Solid Addition To 2018’s Trap Blitz

    Some people want to be successful; others strive to be iconic. Yung Bans, the 19 year-old Atlanta rapper recently co-signed by Future’s Freebandz Gang, is clearly aiming for the latter. His latest mixtape, Yung Bans, Vol. 5, is his third installment this year in a series that launched his career in 2017. The cover sees […]

  • Review: G Herbo & Southside’s “Swervo” Convincingly Warrants Future Collabos

    Review: G Herbo & Southside’s “Swervo” Convincingly Warrants Future Collabos

    By 2015, having already become a regional veteran, G Herbo’s travels outside of Chicago and his comfort zone felt natural and necessary, eventually leading to work with Atlanta producers like 808 Mafia’s Southside and Metro Boomin. As the story goes, the former of the two literally had to force Herbo to make “Rollin,” an underground […]

  • Review: YFN Lucci & Yung Bleu Are Trap Casanovas With “Lucci Vandross”

    Review: YFN Lucci & Yung Bleu Are Trap Casanovas With “Lucci Vandross”

    YFN Lucci has had an admirably active 2018 campaign thus far which includes releasing his debut album Ray Ray From Summerhill and dropping off a couple of EP’s. Looking to let loose some anthems for the summer, Lucci teamed up with Alabama representative and member of Boosie’s Badazz Music Syndicate, Yung Bleu, for a 10-track […]

  • Review: Denzel Curry’s “TA13OO” Is The Equator Between Hype & Substance

    Review: Denzel Curry’s “TA13OO” Is The Equator Between Hype & Substance

    Denzel Curry isn’t your average SoundCloud rapper, and his explosive new album TA13OO is the ultimate proof. As a member of SpaceGhostPurrp’s RVIDXR KLVN, the skilled MC was at the forefront of Florida’s influential scene, which rose to prominence over the past few years via SoundCloud. While many of his successors are simply copying the […]