Justnic - Burning Up
Hi there, My name is Nic but as a stage name, I go by Justnic. I'm a 17-year-old rapper from North East London who is currently working on an Alternative take on Hip Hop/Rap by fusing a range of different inspirations. Growing up as a child I was brought up listening to a lot of Reggaeton (due to my Latin heritage) and Hip Hop artists, such as Daddy Yankee, Wisin y Yandel, 50 Cent and Eminem. A...
Lost One - b r o k e n
Dear smple,My name is Andrew Doherty, I'm 27 years old and I am from Glasgow in Scotland. I produce multiple sub-genres of Hip Hop from chill, ambient lo-fi to aggressive and emotional trap. For the last 5 years, I have worked relentlessly through education where I have achieved a BSc honours degree in Music Technology at The University of The West of Scotland. My goal in the music industry is...
Jams From the Shing Mun River (Review/Interview)
Author: David Grove
Type of Article: Review/Interview For this review, we will go all the way to Hong Kong, aptly known as one of Asia’s “Tiger Cities”. Away from the hustle of the streets of Wan Chai or the neon-lit streets of Kowloon, lies a quiet district of Hong Kong known as the New Territories. In this district, you will find many villages and in a little village in the Sheng Shui distri...
‘Aliyah’ is an incredibly sorrowful track which tells the story of a girl named Aliyah and her depression, which ultimately ends in her death. The first few ominous bars, sends chills down the spine.
The lyric “Aliyah, the singer, the ballerina” shows that she was more than just her demons. It is so moving and realhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXoTvbGQKv8