Chris Leeds

Articles by Chris Leeds

Fifty-Cent Album Review

The gangster aura in contemporary hip-hop has arguably reached its extinction. Rarely, if ever, are the difficulties which rap has always advanced (urban poverty, family strife, social inequality) given little else than a purely commercial potential in pop culture.

‘The Quiet Beatle’ leaves fans ‘Brainwashed’

George Harrison liked to give the impression that he was happier working in his garden than making music, but that was deceptive. As evidenced by his work with the Traveling Wilbury's and other fleeting appearances suggest, he was content to make music as long as it was on his terms.

Fifty-Cent Album Review

The gangster aura in contemporary hip-hop has arguably reached its extinction. Rarely, if ever, are the difficulties which rap has always advanced (urban poverty, family strife, social inequality) given little else than a purely commercial potential in pop culture.

‘The Quiet Beatle’ leaves fans ‘Brainwashed’

George Harrison liked to give the impression that he was happier working in his garden than making music, but that was deceptive. As evidenced by his work with the Traveling Wilbury's and other fleeting appearances suggest, he was content to make music as long as it was on his terms.

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