Wale’s Revival, A Look At Ambition

Posted: November 9th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: | No Comments » Ambition, Ambition, Ambition…….this word is reiterated many times throughout, lyricist/poet Wale’s sophomore release, which surprisingly enough is the actual title of the project. With the success of Roc Nation’s own J.Cole’s premiere album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, and the constant comparison of the two artists, though polar opposite in their actual styles, Ambition had quite a feat to top. This is especially true due to the fact that Wale’s first LP, though receiving high critical Read more

Maybach Music Self Made Vol. 1

Posted: May 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Albums, Reviews | Tags: | No Comments » Mmmmmmama MayBach music! Well its finally here, the highly anticipated and heavily promoted album Self Made released by Rick Ross’s MMG hit stores on May 23rd 2011. GSHH definitely had to give the album a keen ear and here is what we thought. After the signing of Wale, Pill, and Meek Mill, a lot of people probably were wondering the same thing we were here at GSHH. What the hell does Rozay have up his sleeves now? Self-Made pretty much answered that question thoroughly in 15 tracks. Ironically Read more

Pusha T’s Fear Of God

Posted: April 8th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Reviews | Tags: | No Comments » Who would have thought 10 years ago that the dynamic duo of brothers Malice and Pusha T, who formed The Clipse, would be parting? As Malice found his way to the church, Pusha T continues to live out his rap ambitions with the release of his highly anticipated mixtape Fear of God. Using the booth as his confessions, Pusha tells stories of his fetish for high-end clothes, one night stands with models, and his ever so prevalent obsession with the “white”. Pusha metaphorically mixes his Virginia Read more

MoShadee’s Grove Street

Posted: March 6th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Albums, Articles, Reviews | Tags: , , | No Comments » When I decided to listen to MoShadee's “Grove Street” album I did not expect for it to infuse so well into my setting. For those who indulge themselves in rolling twenties, “Grove Street” is a gift for you. MoShadee is consistent and lyrically competent, two key elements that produce his feel good sound. From the gate it is evident that MoShadee is not just rapping about the blatant bullshit (money, cars, and hoes) that many mainstream artists convey. Even the ladies can vibe out to Read more

Grayy Ice: Coalition Grayy (Mixtape)

Posted: February 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Independent, Mixtapes, Reviews | Tags: , , | 1 Comment »   Last month a packed Stone Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey got to check out a show featuring Jersey’s premiere Hip Hop artists. The show opened up with Grayy Ice, whose performance was well received by the crowd. Ice chose to reveal selected tracks from his newest project “Coalition Grayy”. After making such a major impact with the crowd, GSHH felt it would be a disservice to the people by not doing a full review on his newest work. Although, words may not be able to express what Read more