top of page
Even when the art may be finished the artist is still evolving. This is an album review podcast from artist to artist about their inspiration and journey through their music.
ALBUMS REVIEWED BELOW
VIEW SHOWS BELOW
SOUNDZREEL INTERVIEW - GENIQUE
Women have been the glue in Hip Hop and never intimated by the value they hold. Genique represents why women have been beyond valuable in Hip Hop with her on punch metaphors and halo perfect singing. Listen to how Genique created her song FaceTime and how she's evolving as an artist.
SOUNDZREEL INTERVIEW - MASON PARKER
Who said rappers aren't Super Hero's? Wordsmiths are the gateways to understanding how the world is perceived, felt and Mason Parker does that and more on his song "Stereotype." Featured on his latest album "Quantum Leap" Mason Parker gives insight into how being a father and growing as a man has shaped his music career.
SOUNDZREEL INTERVIEW - ED BOI
Soul in music is used to release our mind and purpose. Ed Boi is discovering his purpose and using hip hop to let his words motivate intention, inspire love and uplift community. Poeticlee and Ed Boi talk about how his music is evolving through 2020 and what he envisions next,
SOUNDZREEL INTERVIEW - OLI SHARKY & ATLANTA MAE
Music is heard through layers, soul, and feeling that soothes, energizes and inspires the imagination. Oli and Atlanta Mae have sparked an imagination with their song "Boundary Lines" that travels through many depths and intensity worth hearing with the speakers on max. Poeticlee speaks with both Atlanta Mae and Oli Sharky about their production process and however their personal careers are evolving.
SOUNDZREEL INTERVIEW - YIK DINERO
Being a creative is taking risks and allowing your gift and skill to be unique. Yik Dinero is moving creating without any hesitance when it comes to his music allowing his style and flow to set him apart from the "norms." Poeticlee talks with rapper and singer Yik Dinero about his motivations and how his creative style is helping him stay different and inspired.
JUNGLE INTERVIEW - TAJ E
Being black is being diverse and as a black man in hip hop that means being able to walk and chew gum. Taj E walks and chews gums like the best creating music that fits the moment of deep thought and reflection while also making sure the vibe is lit! His song Jungle is a representation of how he views the world and how to thrive through however don't be fooled he wastes no time on his new album with songs that will have your Friday night dancing and jamming.
bottom of page