Album Review: Mayer Hawthorne's "Where Does This Door Go"



I really can't say enough about this album, Rolling Stone gave it a scathing review but I find it refreshing. Mayer Hawthorne takes you back to the sound of 60s and 70s soul but brings it to today with relevant lyrics. Musically this album is amazing, multiple producers, bands, and Mayer Hawthorne himself contribute to the musical back drop. And even though so many people contributed to this album it all fits together perfectly to make one cohesive project. Lastly I'll talk about the lyrics, and this is a subject I'm huge on, an album isn't good or great to me unless the lyrics have substance, contain a unifying theme that ties the album together, and are catchy/memorable.... This album does all of that. So that's enough from me, go get the album! DJ Black rabbit approved!

Check out the mini documentary on the making of the album below 

The Greatest Revenge


I've known B.Lee for about 4 or so years now, and he is definitely one of the most talented people I know, from his production work, lyrics, and video he really is the total package. His newest project is a mixtape entitled The Greatest Revenge and in my honest opinion this is his best work that I've heard. This is real Hip-Hop, raw honest, no filler. I'm also  proud to be apart of this project ( produced the beat for "Here We Go") Tracklist and download link below.

1. Intro (Much More)
2. Diamonds (feat. Grit & Bones)
3. Walls
4. Right on Time
5. One Day (f. MDC)
6. This is For My (feat Bones)
7. Marilyn Monroe (feat Grit)
8. Makeup Bag Remix
9. Still Aint Enough (feat. LR)
10. Here We Go
11. Nightlife Part 2
12. Crashing
13. Exhale (feat Mike V, Bones, Grit)
14. Fancy Remix

 Download-----> HERE!!!

P.S. The physical cd will be available soon featuring bonus content!