• The Fabric Of Culture //// Kid Cudi: Satellite Flight: The Journey to Mother Moon

    Opting to not market nor promote his 5th studio album, Kid Cudi has successfully pulled off the surprise project release in similar fashion as his contemporaries inclusive of Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Kanye West. Originally slated to be an EP Cudi decided to release the album as a full-length studio album. Cudi’s 5th album marks his […]
    • by Yoey
    • 5 Years ago
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  • The Fabric of Culture /// The Paparazzi & The Popular

    Teetering between fashion icon and musical genius, Kanye has created quite a buzz, even at though at times self-proclaimed, about himself since his debut as an artist in 2002. Undeniably talented, the passionate Mr. West has been known to be quite opinionated when it comes to his craft. With a larger than life ego Kanye […]
    • by Yoey
    • 6 Years ago
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  • Pusha T “My Name Is My Name” Album Review

    The Fabric of Culture /// My Name Is My Name Written By: -Jes, The Nomadic  My Name is My Name, befitting for Pusha T, seasoned lyricist in the rap game. Half of the two-man duo The Clipse, Pusha has found a new home at over Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music label, where last week his long awaited […]
    • by Yoey
    • 6 Years ago
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  • The Fabric Of Culture /// DRAKE “A Conversation Piece”

    Written By: -Jes, The Nomadic Without a doubt Drakes junior album, “Nothing Was the Same,” is one of the most highly awaited albums of 2013. Its fourth quarter release, dropping September 17th, has some critics projecting that the likes of Jay Z & Kanye West’s summer albums Magna Carta Holy Grail and Yeezus, respectively, will pale […]
    • by Yoey
    • 6 Years ago
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  • The Fabric Of Culture /// Magna Carta Holy Grail

    Written By: Jes, the Nomadic.  Magna Carta Holy Grail is the 12th studio album from hip-hop great Jay-Z. Penning a deal with Samsung that his catapulted MCHG to platinum status before it’s release, it makes the historically questionable title a little easier to digest viewing it from Jay-Z’s vision of defining new rules (i.e. Magna […]
    • by Yoey
    • 6 Years ago
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  • The Fabric Of Culture: Born Sinner

    Written By: Jes, The Nomadic Born Sinner, originally slated for release on June 25th, was rescheduled for an early release of June18th in effort to, as J.Cole stated in his Power 105.1 interview, “have his work of art be apart of the conversation and hype of Kanye West’s Yeezus.” Whether a marketing ploy or just […]
    • by Yoey
    • 6 Years ago
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  • The Fabric of Culture: Arthur George Socks by Rob Kardashian

    In the spirit of entrepreneurship Robert Kardashian has joined the ranks of the Kardashian clan by adding his style to the Arthur George sock line, which debuted in November 2012 at Neiman Marcus, to compete against the likes of popular designers such as Robert Graham, Paul Smith, and hook+Albert. Moderately priced at $30 the socks […]
    • by Yoey
    • 7 Years ago
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  • The Fabric of Culture: Long. Live. A$AP

    The Fabric of Culture  Long. Live. A$AP A$AP Rocky kicked the year off leading the pack of anticipated albums of 2013, with his highly publicized Long.Live.A$AP. An unofficial member of the 21st century wave of backpack rappers, A$AP Mob’s front man, established his placement in hip-hop with his 1st major label album, following his 2011 […]
    • by Yoey
    • 7 Years ago
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