As we close what’s been another wonderful year for hip hop music, December gave us a plethora of presents before we head into 2022. And we must go through as many as possible. There were deluxes dropped such as Polo G’s Hall of Fame and EST Gee’s Bigger Than Life or Death, and Russ came back with several rap masterpieces on his project CHOMP 2. Roddy Ricch dropped his long-awaited follow up to Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Young Boy Never Broke Again released a post-jail stint project with Birdman, and we got another posthumous project from the young legend Juice Wrld. Chief Keef returned to the scene, Nas delivered magic, Curren$y put his final stamp on 2021 and Rick Ross…..well, we’ll get to him later. We also have to give a shoutout to Gucci Mane, as there’s no Christmas season without an East Atlanta Santa release. But without further ado, let’s get into a trio of some of our favorite December releases, MMH style.
Chris Conner gives you a track rundown of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s blast from the past in well-detailed MMH fashion.
Chris Conner dives into the emergence of the rapper BIA, and explains how her arrival was a long time coming.
A nontraditional Certified Lover Boy review for a nontraditional artist. Chris Conner leaves the mic on your stage, MMH style.
Chris Conner acknowledges the new and old music of rapper Big K.R.I.T. and gives earned credit and recognition.
With free agency upon us, basketball fans have had a myriad of things to discuss, debate, champion, and sneer. Chris Conner unpacks the NBA offseason as he dissects the exciting start to Summer League and the conclusion of the NBA Draft using a unique voice that combines the three pillars of MMH.
Arrive B.M.P’s “I’m Your Man” brings a fresh take of love and passion to summer ears.
Questlove’s directional debut plugs roots on Harlem’s 1969’s Cultural Festival that is as much about healing once again in America as it is about celebrating music. Chris Conner takes us back to 1969 with his review of Summer of Soul.
It’s Not the Stars We’re Used To, but the 2021 NBA Playoffs Have Given Us A Chance At A Hollywood Ending
Fresh faces, teams, and basketball scenarios have filled the most unpredictable NBA postseason in decades. And the most fun part of it all is, the script is far from finished.
Memphis has a bright future with both their NBA team and hip-hop scene once again. And it’s all thanks to depth.
How’s the league handling the pandemic? What are the biggest WFT’s so far? Which of our preseason predictions swooshed and which clanked? Steph, CJ McCollum, Jerami Grant, the Spurs, Jamal Murray, Luka, the Nets, and just wait until you hear Steven’s finals pick… 🤣 This is the MMH first month of the NBA season review!
Will anyone stop the Lakers from repeating? Where will Harden land? Can the Nets rise in the East? Why are we all so high on the Wizards?? Chris Conner hosts our NBA Season Preview on surprise teams, breakout players, contenders, pretenders, and more, ahead of tonight’s season tip off!