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Yung Pinch: An introduction to Huntington hip-hop

Yung Pinch: An introduction to Huntington hip-hop

Yung Pinch gained fame by releasing music on his Youtube channel which has over 800,000 subscribers. (Photo courtesy of  Fashionably-Early). Kelly Skelton Connector Editor Blake Sandoval is a 20-year-old from Huntington Beach, California. However, the rising hip-hop star has been making his presence known by his stage name, Yung Pinch. After the success of his

Uncontainable: Lil Peep’s Tribute & Aftermath

Lil Peep passed away tragically while on tour in Arizona. (Photo courtesy of Pitchfork) Kelly Skelton Connector Editor Gustav Ahr, better known by his stage name, Lil Peep, was unlike any other artist to come before him. Unable to categorize from the start, Peep was a brilliant mixture of rap, punk, rock and hip-hop. Unfortunately,

Ed Sheeran keeps to winning formula with ‘Divide’

“Divide” debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 upon it’s release. (Photo courtesy of Asylum Records) Andrew Sciascia Connector Staff The red-headed, mid-twenties music icon with the humble, awkward persona and English roots had been dodging the public eye for over a year after taking a social media hiatus. An off blue square

Future, please don’t do this again

Future has released six studio albums since he began his musical career back in 2012. (Courtesy of A1 Recordings) Benjamin St. Pierre Connector Staff Nayvadius Wilburn, better known as Future, is an Atlanta, Ga. rapper, trap star, auto-tune crooner and polarizing figure – not only in modern rap, but also, in modern music. Some people

‘The Documentary 2’ & ‘2.5’ album review

Courtesy of Chalice Recording Studios Benjamin St. Pierre Connector Staff If you are looking for a hard rap record to complement the sonic smoothness that is “What a Time to Be Alive,” The Game has got you covered twice over with the double album release in the past few weeks of “The Documentary 2” and

Top Five Rap Albums of 2014

Andrew Haverty Connector Staff 5. “Paperwork” – T.I. Picking the number five album for this list was definitely the most difficult. With so many solid rap albums in 2014, it was hard to choose from the wide selection of albums I had bought and listened to from beginning to end (I bought over 20 of

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