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  • KEN THE 390 – Weekend Review

    Takeshi Sakuma is better known as KEN THE 390, a Japanese Hip-Hop/R&B artist and one of the founders of the Japanese Hip-Hop label Da.Me.Records. Weekend...

  • AISHA – Candy Love Review

    AISHA is an American R&B singer who debuted on Sony Music in 2010. Candy Love is her third mini-album and her first release under Space...

  • MINMI – Hologram Review

    Hologram is MINMI’s 3rd digital single and 18th overall single release and was used as an insert song for the anime Jitsu wa Watashi wa.

  • Namie Amuro – _genic Review

    _genic is Namie Amuro’s 12th studio album and third bilingual release. The sound is comprised of mostly electronic dance music with 1980’s influences. In addition,...

  • Lyrical School – SPOT Review

    A year and half after the release of their second full-length album Date Course, Lyrical School return with their third album SPOT.

  • MFBTY – WondaLand Review

    Tiger JK, Yoonmirae and Bizzy come together again as MFBTY, and made an album that not only meets expectations, but also subverts them as well....

  • AK-69 – The Throne Review

    AK-69 is an artist who has a long and established career in the Japanese Hip-Hop scene. The Throne is his latest album and features...

  • The Hip-Hop Fellow Review

    The Hip-Hop Fellow follows producer and professor 9th Wonder as he not only teaches at Harvard, but propels hip-hop further into the world of academics....

  • That’s My Jam: Usher – Confessions

    That’s My Jam is a weekly feature where one person from the Selective Hearing staff goes to wax poetic about music that is pivotal to...

  • Sandaime J Soul Brothers – Planet Seven Review

    Planet Seven is the fifth album from the third generation of J Soul Brothers and features the singles S.AK.U.R.A., R.Y.U.S.E.I., C.O.S.M.O.S. ~Akizakura~ , O.R.I.O.N. and...