"I spent so much time as an underground artist cause I was afraid to succumb to the business and what I’ve become. But that what you judge will become, the path with the greatest resistance.”
With the release of B.o.B’s album Underground Luxury comes the inspirational track ‘John Doe’. Packed with a powerful message and an unbelievable introduction & chorus by Priscilla Renea, this single can easily become a fan favorite.
'John Doe' is a song about self-reflection for individuals who blindly except the person the world has chosen them to be. B.o.B puts it perfectly:
"When I told them my dreams they just said it ain’t logical. Now I can see it, it’s optical."
B.o.B. has always done a good job with encouraging his fans to live with purpose and this song is no exception. Feel free to check out the rest of his album here on ITunes.
With the release of Gambino’s ‘Because The Internet’ album came a large amount of critics as well as a large group of anxious fans. But honestly people, it’s hard to not like this album. Gambino’s style makes you feel like a part of his album.
When listening to the beat drop in the first few seconds, there is an immediate rush in your body, like skydiving after getting jacked up on Mountain Dew and Sour Patch Kids. I could never be more serious.
This song is fire! But some music reviewers think otherwise.
Gambino’s album received a whopping 2 out of 10 rating by SPIN magazine, a popular music news/ratings website. Interesting. Especially because HipHopDX gave 'Because The Internet' 4.5 out of 5.
But back to a honest music blogger’ s opinion. “Sweatpants” has the honor of being my favorite song on an album I would rate 8 out of 10.