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Song Review

Earl Sweatshirt - "Chum" (Review)

SF Critic | Posted 01.05.2013 | Entertainment
SF Critic

When sixteen year-old prodigy rapper Earl Sweatshirt became a music sensation amidst his mysterious disappearance from the world in 2010, hip hop gained itself a new icon to replace his presence.

North Carolina, Come On and Raise Up Against "Raise Up"

James Kotecki | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
James Kotecki

Petey Pablo's "Raise Up," a 2001 song about his native North Carolina, is the worst state rap anthem ever produced. I know the song has been out for a...

A Song Review: "Faith In A Minute" by Rob Peterson

Mike McCready | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike McCready

"Faith In A Minute" is a song about sticking it out and pushing through the doubts, frustrations and discouragement that beg you to give up the winnable fight.

"Human Drama" by Truth Panel: Is It An Ear Worm?

Mike McCready | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike McCready

The story behind this song is interesting. It was penned in a Toronto bar on New Years Eve 1989 by Bill Nygren and over time he's played it with a number of bands.

A Song Review: "2 Scoops" by Michelle Harding

Mike McCready | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike McCready

Love it or hate it (and I found very few people who hate it), you can tell from the first five seconds that "2 Scoops" is unique. It instantly improves your mood. It's got "happy" built into the opening piano and hand-clapping riff.

A Song Review: "Every Single Day" by Jennifer Daniels

Mike McCready | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Mike McCready

With Jennifer Daniels' "Every Single Day," producer/engineer Scott Smith decided less was more, and I believe he nailed it.