Dreamin’ Out Loud – Nick Grant (Album Review) #CellReviews

Dreamin’ Out Loud – Nick Grant (Album Review) #CellReviews

South Carolina native Nick Grant released a really slept on album of 2018. Released on 18th May, Nick has received mixed reviews on the album with a lot of people preferring ‘The Return Of The Cool’ to ‘Dreamin Out Loud’. T-Cell states his point of view having had time to digest the album since its release. Do you agree with Celly’s point of view… Let us know in the comments below!
Song Credit:
96 Bulls by Nick Grant (prod. by Tone P.)
Carried Away – J Tha Producer
Track By Track Reaction!
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BJ Intro 7/10
This intro was very direct in what the album is about and not a very bad intro. In fact this was very reminiscent of the previous project Return of the cool and gives returning listening a mini taste of that
96 bulls 8/10
Imagines the good life and what it would be like to live the life that the 96 bulls lived in their 72 game record winning year and on top of the NBA records in this point. With the intro in mind, you can see that Nick Grant wants to be like the 96 bulls of the rap game. In my opinion this was the best lyrical display on the entire album and it is in congruent with the message of him dreaming to be the best.
Nicky Bomaye 7/10
Another great display to once again show his ability and commercial relevance with the choice of feature and instrumental. A great display to assert his presence despite the hate he has received for his ability and the route he is now going in.
All In Stride 5/10
I didnt feel this track it was average at best and didnt really paint a congruent picture to what he has let us know from the intro or building on what he has discussed already like he done with Nicky Bomaye
The Switch Up 6/10
This an improvement from the last track but still not the best, I do like the commercial appeal and the story its telling in terms of him switching up if he wants to realise his dreams of being like the 96 bulls, I like how he showed that he has more than one flow and really getting at critics who say he is montonous or doesn’t have versatitility.
Bleu Cheese 6/10
He finally goes back on topic on dreaming of that life he so wants, I like the switch up in flows, I must admit the different layers to his ability that he is showing here is quite exquisite considering in the return of the cool, he wasnt as versatile in terms of presenting different facets of himself.
Save the Trilldren 6/10
I like the story telling in this track representing the children in the trill who are also dreamers like him but never get to make it, he also reflects on life growing up in the ghetto and again reiterating that he is dreaming of doing this for those whose come up is like his however his story is sometimes inconsistent with the overall message
Father Figure 9/10
This track showed the improvement that Nick Grant has made in such a short space of time and in my opinion has topped return of the cool. This track not only presented a layer of him dreaming that he could see his father one last time but it also shows the troubles and challenges he faced whilst he was alive and how his last words before he died were not so positive leaving him now to wonder what if. In fact the entire story was before he had died, and the vulnerability to express that here whilst maintaining a consistent lyric has highlighted the potential that he has in this industry. This track brought the album to live, it was just vulnerable.
The funeral 9/10
It shows how Nick took care with the flow as this was a very good interlude from the previous track
Lincoln Apts 8/10
An interesting take on love which in a way brings the chapter from save the trillden to a close, this is a good flow to a story and the substance of an album as it makes you consider the different aspects he has presented in the album. I felt he should have had this track at the end of the album
Gentlemens paradise 8/10
Instrumentally i loved the deep bass guitar strings on show here representing that vintage hip hop feel in a more upbeat style, in all honesty the suggestive delivery he has is one to behold as well must be noted, some really good vocals from Bhess, its a vintage Hip Hop and neo soul partnership.
Gucci Plug 6/10
instrumental this was the place for the record, granted not a bad song but not great, this track should have been before bleu cheese, in a way it ruined the mood set from father figure till Gentlemens paradise as in Black Woman it returned to that similar flow. Overall track was very good.
Black Woman 8/10
Possibly the best vocal display by Stacy Barth in a genius track of appreciation to the roles that the black women play in some difficult situations. It also offers another layer  to his story when you consider the lack of a father figure in his life. In a way at the same time, it should serve as a track for the men to step up and be better at their roles, they were some valid points raised in this track coupled with some fine story telling.
The Ode 8/10
Album ends on a real subtle note and not a bad one either, I still would prefer for this track to be swapped with Lincoln Apts. but that being said, it would be a deficit to the story told in Black Woman as this track feels like its building on that by presenting some of the difficulties it can be to be with a black woman and further showing how difficult it can be to uphold the message he preached earlier. This piece of story telling kind of subtly shows that Nick isn’t perfect and at the same time, shows a lot of growth by taking the opportunity to show what they go through with different men. In that sense it was a fitting end.

 

 

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#CellJam Episode 64 – The Constant! – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 64 – The Constant! – #HipHop Mixshow

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*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by the legendary Masta Ace x Marco Polo, J Cole, Travis Scott, 21 Savage and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.***

Tracklist

Adam and Eve – Nas
Breukelen Brooklyn Ft. Smif n Wessun – Masta Ace & Marco Polo
Pick It Up – G MiMs
My Own Zone – Tech N9ne
Hood Go Band (Remix) – Wu Tang Clan
Highway – Jamo Gang
2AM Ft. Tory Lanez x Davido – Casanova
Good Form (Remix) Ft. Lil Wayne – Nicki Minaj
Solid – Black Squad
10 Teach You Gangsta – MoStack
11 Theresa – DTG
12 Dreams Ft. Dej Loaf. G Eazy x Yo Gotti – DaBoyDame
13 Winter Wars – Wale
14 MIDDLE CHILD – J Cole
15 Wet – Lightskinkeisha
16 Bad Company Ft. BlocBoy JB – ASAP Rocky
17 Beef & Broc – Jaeo Draftpick
18 R.I.P. Screw Ft. Swae Lee – Travis Scott
19 Flight To Memphis Ft. ASAP Rocky x Chris Brown – Smooky Margielaa
20 Toot That Whoa Whoa Ft. PC – A1
21 Hater Proof Ft. Dave East – DJ KaySlay
22 Kings Dead Ft. Kendrick Lamar – Jay Rock
23 Out For The Night – 21 Savage
24 Japan – Famous Dex
25 Getcha Roll Ft. Tory Lanez – T-Pain
26 Lost My Mind Ft. Notorious B.I.G – Ro James
27 Tell The Truth Ft. D Block Europe – The Plug
28 End Of Discussion Ft. Lil Wayne – Rich The Kid
29 Dolla Sign – Jamie Ray
30 Love Ain’t Enough Ft. Ghetts – Jacob Banks
31 Livin These Days – Roy Purdy
32 Easy Ft. Wiz Khalifa – Caye

*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by the legendary Masta Ace x Marco Polo, J Cole, Travis Scott, 21 Savage and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.***

FETTI Roma – Curren$y x Freddie Gibbs x The Alchemist (Album Review) #CellReviews

FETTI Roma – Curren$y x Freddie Gibbs x The Alchemist (Album Review) #CellReviews

In this January period known as the dryest month making the Sahara dessert look like the cosiest rainforest known to man, Cell takes the opportunity to review the albums from 2018 that he didn’t get a chance to and this month, he is reviewing FETTI Roma, a collaborative album with Curren$y, Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist!

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Song Credit:

MATHEW GODFATHER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmD7-C550SM

Track By Track Reaction!
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Location Remote
Vintage hip hop intro and a mood setter for the album. It is also vintage Alchemist style of productions. Freddie Gibbs ran circles on this track with some lyrical onslaught
7/10
The Blow
Continued on with the topic that was discussed in the first track which was the women and drug dealing, Gibbs again destroying the track by delivering the hottest freestyle! Currensy really flexed here to with his performance. It was a good follow up from the first track
8/10
New Thangs
We now transition to women and pimping. Again common theme is the daily life on the streets. Again very good transition from Currency finishing and starting this track off and delivering a smooth rap that eases you for Gibbs clear and more aggressive tone that comes with him. This track shows the chemistry between the two artists.
8/10
Saturday Night Special
Very smart to let currency go first, for a smooth beat like this his voice blended well, again allowing Gibbs to enter later when people are used to it to deliver his message. This track was more on flexing how good they are.
6/10
Now & Later Gators
Delivering an R&B type of Slow Jam esque track on a hip hop album was always going to be challenging but they made this work really well. I liked how Gibbs fined tuned his flow to suit the mood they did good on this track
7/10
No Window Tints
I really liked the prospect of this track painting the picture of how much respect they have on the streets that they don’t need to hide and aren’t worried of death.
6/10
Willie Lloyd
The climax of the album and a great performance from both artists, the style of flow delivered by Gibbs is one to behold whilst continuing on from the story in window tints and really driving home the subtle proposed point in that track that they have respect and lots of it.
8/10
Tapatio
An interesting take from both artists are painting a picture of themselves visiting Guadalajara, Mexico whom these people are called Tapatios which is mainly taking about the life of the party and fine cuisine before they were interrupted by shooters. Another story of the streets of how things can change so quickly just when one would think it has changed.
8/10
Bundy & Sincere
Continuing on brilliantly from Tapatio, Currency delivered such a vivid image and a smooth rap wow with Gibbs finishing off a wonderful story of the leisure side of street life.
8/10

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#CellJam Episode 63 – The Shift! – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 63 – The Shift! – #HipHop Mixshow

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*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by Wale, 03 Greedo, Big K.R.I.T., Post Malone and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.

Tracklist

Don’t Go Breaking My Heart Ft. Demi Lovato – Q-Tip
Its All On You (Remix) Ft. Snoop Dogg x Dr. Dre – Iron Omega
Fine Ass – Kalan FrFr
Blackout – Digiwaxx
Rap Up 2018 – Uncle Murda
Run For Yo Life – 03 Greedo
FLUSH – Abhi The Nomad
FEUD Ft. Sherm – Abhi The Nomad
Sartender – A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
10 Spin Da Block Ft. Kodak Black – 22Gz
11 Splashin – Rich The Kid
12 Spray Ft. Tyga x YG – Sneakk
13 Pissed – Saweetie
14 Dip (Remix) Ft. Nicki Minaj – Tyga
15 Move It – Nya Lee
16 Pick Yourself Up – Big K.R.I.T.
17 That Bih – Qveen Herby
18 2nd To None Ft. 2 Chainz – Dreezy
19 So Fine Ft. Haile – Avelino
20 Shea Butter Baby Ft. J Cole – Ari Lennox
21 Yernin – Sevyn Streeter
22 Feelings – SNS
23 Winter Wars – Wale
24 Wow – Post Malone
25 9th Vs. Thought – Black Thought
26 Cops Shot The Kid – Nas
27 Gin & Drugs Ft. Problem – Wiz Khalifa
28 Highway Ft. DJ Premier – Jamo Gang
29 Forever – Blac Younsta
30 Nice And Slow Ft. Lil Dred – Ball Dreezy
31 All Eyez On Me Ft. Ty Dolla Sign – Rich Rick
32 Same B***hes Ft. G-Eazy x YG – Post Malone
33 In A Minute – Mad Skills
34 Day Ones – Lex Lu
35 Whistle Ft. Too Short – John Hart
36 Throw Your Ass Out – Duckwrth

*** On this episode, we done some crate digging for new music that is out there! On the show, we featured new music by Wale, 03 Greedo, Big K.R.I.T., Post Malone and much much more! As we are kicking 2019 into gear, we are bringing out the tracks from last year that we did not bump enough.

Dicaprio 2 – JID (Album Review) #CellReviews

Dicaprio 2 – JID (Album Review) #CellReviews

After the success of Dicaprio which can be found on Soundcloud only, you will be forgiven if you did not know Dicaprio existed. Dicaprio 2 is the album that has been greatly talked about with JID being dubbed as the hottest prospect to come out of 2018 after the release of Dicaprio 2. Celly disects and reviews the album for you to see whether its worth listening to.

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I won’t run away – Orchestra

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IS MARRIAGE DEAD?! Response to “Ayesha Curry’s Comments are Problematic”

IS MARRIAGE DEAD?! Response to “Ayesha Curry’s Comments are Problematic”

By now, if you haven’t heard multiple conversations addressing the comments made by Ayesha Curry when she joined the Round Table Talk, its officially time for you to consider taking up residence somewhere above the rock you’ve been living under. Just kidding… I’m sure you’ve heard! I’ve heard many different perspectives on this topic but something new came to mind while watching the Cranium Bloggers Podcast.  Tell me what you think after you’ve read this.

Ayesha Curry, is a mom of 3, serial entrepreneur, cover girl, superstar chef, and wife to NBA superstar “Steph” Curry; whom she’s known since she was 14 years old. On the surface, this woman has it all, beauty, brains, bucks, bae, and babies! But she broke the internet when she sent men and women across the globe in a frenzy after her comments on Jada Pickett-Smith’s, Red Table Talk Show, insinuating that she wanted male attention similar to that of her husband’s.  The women on the talk were discussing “internal self confidence” and the topic of dealing with a spouse in the spotlight who gets a lot of unsolicited attention. Ayesha specifically stated, quote: (because everyone has been paraphrasing and interpreting according to their biased opinions) “Something that really bothers me and like honestly has given me a sense of a little bit of an insecurity, is the fact that (yea like) there are all these women like throwing themselves but me, like the past 10 years like i don’t have any of that. Like I have zero (this sounds weird) but like male attention.”  She continues by asking “is something wrong with me” while the other women at the table suggest that her “radar is turned off” and she’s likely just not noticing the attention she is actually getting, because shes not looking for it. Ayesha continues by saying “that’s not fair, i mean I don’t want it, but it’d be nice to know someone’s looking.” Jada tells Ayesha not to doubt that there aren’t men wishing they could have her, in this exact moment, the camera cuts to Ayesha’s facial expressions that appeared to resemble disbelief and disappointment. You be the judge… but this face is what really troubled me.

In the podcast, the Cranium Bloggers suggest that Ayesha’s comments were problematic because it shows that men cannot satisfy women. The posed question: “Is marriage dead?” stems from the idea that Ayesha needs/ wants for nothing as her husband is literally worth hundreds of millions, and that he truly loves her and it shows in his actions, yet he alone isn’t enough for her.  While I agree that the comment is problematic I can’t settle at the concept that women cannot be satisfied. True, Stephen Curry has in so many beautiful ways spoken of his love for his wife and children, spends all the time he possibly can with his family, and takes intentional efforts to make sure his wife is comfortable; but perhaps Ayesha’s “insecurity” has nothing to do with her husband.  Steph’s public affection and appreciation for his wife speaks for itself, he definitely appears to desire his wife. Personally I find it interesting that so many women would be against these comments if the roles were reversed and it was Steph saying these things — but the same women cannot find the problem in Ayesha’s statements. Especially when comment sections on all her social media accounts (before this ordeal) are riddled with other women complimenting her for her beauty, passions, talents, and skills.  But why weren’t all the “Yaasss Queen’s” and “Slay sis’” and the heart eye emojis from women enough for Mrs. Curry? Why would she possibly desire male groupie attention? Why would it “be nice” to have?

Forgive me if I take a far left, uncommon, almost feminist stance on this (I promise it’ll come back full circle) but, what if women have this mindset as a result of being systemically subjected to the desires and lusts of men by way of media, entertainment and mental programing throughout generations. Consider this; we women suggest that we can “wear what we want” “and behave how we choose” and men should just show respect– “no” means no! — keep your hands to yourself and “look at me in my eyes”– we dress for ourselves because we “feel beautiful” in what we are wearing — we should not fall prey to anyone’s stereotypical opinions or labels based off of our clothing or our expressed sensuality. Right?  We do what we want, dress how we please and it’s for US because we feel beautiful and confident when we look in the mirror. While I’m not condemning anyone for where they may stand on that side of the coin; may I submit the question: where did this standard come from? Ladies, who told us it was beautiful to show off our assets and twerk for the gram? Who gave us the idea that pole dancing is the preferred form of exercising? Who suggested that men looking at us is somehow equivalent to how beautiful we are? Who fed us the lies that leave us feeling like if no one is looking then it must be because there’s nothing to see? Who told us it was fashionable and appropriate to wear opaque leggings with no underwear for any and every occasion? Was it your 6 year old self or the 16 year old self who craved beauty concepts derived from male preferences of what is worth their attention.  We women go to extreme lengths to look and feel sexy and desirable, but we lie to ourselves when we say we do it for ourselves! We only think things are beautiful because of the male attention it attracts either to ourselves or others. Women love comfort and being pampered yet we make ourselves uncomfortable and put our bodies through pain and scrutiny in the name of “beauty” by a definition that overtook us over time.

All I’m saying is that Ayesha’s comments are problematic for more than what can be seen on the surface.  What she vocalized speaks to generations upon generations of women needing to find validation in men. Although she seems to: really love her husband, have it all, is brave enough to share “her truth” publicly, have a desire to be more than just “Steph’s wife”, and just wants to feel beautiful after baring 3 children… she still has a desire to be wanted by other men outside of her marriage. And that is a mindset that should freak us all out at least a little.

So then “Is marriage dead?’ Can a husband give a woman everything she wants and needs?  Honestly in my humble opinion, I say yes and no. Yes, but only if a woman undergoes transformation in her own mind and realizes that if she sat in a dark box she is still a jewel in a box! Diamonds are STILL diamonds before they are found in mines.  The beauty is still there, value is still there, and the diamond remains unbothered by whomever hasn’t found it or otherwise cannot see it. Attention does not make a diamond valuable, its rarity and uniqueness does. This is the “internal self confidence” every woman needs to strive to attain. Because this internal self confidence cannot be broken by any relationship or life event. Until a woman understands this, I say no because she will continue to perpetuate Ayesha’s mindset. When a woman truly understands her value and worth, she will be able to be content within the confines of her marriage… if she doesn’t —uuhhh good luck and god speed– .

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#CellJam Episode 70 – The Unstatus Quo (Clean) – #HipHop Mixshow

#CellJam Episode 70 – The Unstatus Quo (Clean) – #HipHop Mixshow

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Tracklist (Explicit Lyrics on this episode!)
1. Unstatus Quo – Duckwrth
2. Pop 5x – Chris Porter
3. Christ Flow – Barny Fletcher
4. Purge – Bas
5. King James – Anderson.Paak
6. Jet Black Ft. Brandy – Anderson.Paak
7. More Ft. Anderson.Paak – Flying Lotus
8. Whisper – 303
9. Airplane Mode – Nadia Rose
10. Hustla – DC
11. Born To Be Great – RK
12. They Don’t Know – Tinie Tempah
13. Tempo Ft. Missy Elliott – Lizzo
14. Getting Loose Ft. Problem – Wiz Khalifa x Curren$y
15. 19 Summers – Petey Pablo
16. Back Out Ft. Ty Dolla Sign x Dom Kennedy – 24 Hrs
17. Lies Ft. Ty Dolla Sign x YG – Schoolboy Q
18. The Other Side Ft. Mozzy x DCMBR – Jay Rock
19. Save That – Rich The Kid
20. Every Girl Type – Iamsu
21. Magic City – House Of Pharoahs
22. Guten Tag Ft. DigDat – Hardy Caprio
23. Nothing New – Luke Storey
24. Numb Numb Juice – Schoolboy Q
25. No Sleep – Beloved Daud
26. No Rain No Rainbow- Goodie Mob x Organized Noize
27. E.A.T. Ft. Evidence – Masta Ace x Marco Polo
28. Work – Webbie
29. Baby – Ricco Barrino
30. Luxury Tax Ft. Rick Ross – Prince Newman
31. I’m In Love Ft. Lyriq Tye – Ball Greezy

***No Show Next Week*** We continue on with the season with bringing forth new hip hop. We have new music by newcomer Chris Porter, Anderson.Paak, Duckwrth, UK R&B girl group known as 303, UK rappers including DC, RK, House Of Pharoahs, Hardy Caprio & more!

Ventura was soulful art – Ventura Album Review #CellReviews

Ventura was soulful art – Ventura Album Review #CellReviews

Grammy award winner Anderson Paak is back with his latest album “Ventura”. After the release of Oxnard, he is quickly back on the album trail with Ventura only 6 months after Oxnard. Celly has decided to offer his two cents on the project! Released on 12th April 2019, Anderson Paak has received nothing but great reviews and plaudits on the release of his album but what does T-Cell think of it?! Celly states his point of view having had time to digest the album since its release. Do you agree with Celly’s point of view… Let us know in the comments below! Song Credit: Prod. by Orchestra Follow @orchestraartist on both Twitter and Instagram. Carried Away – J Tha Producer
#Celljam Episode 69 – Reap! #HipHop Mixshow!

#Celljam Episode 69 – Reap! #HipHop Mixshow!

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Tracklist (Explicit Lyrics on this episode!)
1. Thriving – Mary J Blige x Nas
2. Bend & Stretch Ft. Dougie Fresh x Kid Capri – DJ Mars
3. New Thang – French Montana x Remy Ma
4. Pups – ASAP Ferg x ASAP Rocky
5. 100 Bands Ft. Quavo, 21 Savage x Meek Mill – DJ Mustard
6. Taylor – Wiz Khalifa
7. Next Season Ft. Cory Gunz – David Bars
8. Snake Skin Boots – Blimes x Redinho
9. Morrow – 070 Shake
10. Devils Work – Joyner Lucas
11. Bend Ft. Jenn Morel – John Hart
12. Every Girl Type – Iamsu
13. Vossi Bop – Stormzy [HOT]
14. 19 Summers – Petey Pablo [FEATURED]
15. My Type – Saweetie
16. Say B***h – Snow Tha Product [FEATURED]
17. Unstatus Quo – Duckwrth
18. No Rain, No Rainbow – Goodie Mob x Organized Noized
19. The Return Ft. Kwame – Bobby J from Rockaway
20. Lies Ft. Ty Dolla Sign x YG – Schoolboy Q [cRASH Album Cut]
21. Back Out Ft. Ty Dolla Sign & Dom Kennedy – 24 Hrs
22. Pardon My Edo – Logic [Confessions of a dangrous mind Album Cut]
23. Wild – MoStack
24. More Ft. Anderson Paak – Flying Lotus [Flamagra Album Cut]
25. Good For It Ft. 24Hrs – Brittany B
26. Block Me – Casanova x 30 Rec
27. Cut Up – Blac Youngsta
28. Attention – Schoolboy Q [cRASH Album Cut]
29. Work – Webbie
30. Truth Hurts – Lizzo
31. Don’t Trip – Zacari
32. Stubborn – Young M.A.

***No Show Next Week*** We continue on with the season with bringing forth new hip hop. After time to restructure how we are to move forward, we now have new structure to the show. We have new music by ASAP Ferg, ASAP Rocky, Petey Pablo, Mary J Blige x Nas, Mustard, Joyner Lucas & more!

Castles – Blimes (Album Review) #CellReviews

Castles – Blimes (Album Review) #CellReviews

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San Francisco native Blimes aka Blimes Brixton has finally released his album after a very successful 2018 with touring as well as the release of Hot Damn, the highly rated Snake Skin Boots and the viral social media hit Come Correct. Celly has decided to offer his two cents on the project! Released on 27th March 2019, Blimes has received nothing but great reviews and plaudits on the release of her album but what does T-Cell think of it?! Celly states his point of view having had time to digest the album since its release. Do you agree with Celly’s point of view… Let us know in the comments below!

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Prod. by Orchestra Follow @orchestraartist on both Twitter and Instagram.

Psychodrama – Dave (Album Review) #CellReviews

Psychodrama – Dave (Album Review) #CellReviews

Streatham native Dave has finally released his album after promising us it would be released in 2018 and Celly has decided to offer his two cents on the project! Released on 8th March 2019, Dave has received nothing but great reviews and plaudits on the album but what does T-Cell think of it?! Celly states his point of view having had time to digest the album since its release. Do you agree with Celly’s point of view… Let us know in the comments below!

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Prod. by Ginyu

 

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#CellyOnYourCelly Mid-90s Mix by T-Cell

#CellyOnYourCelly Mid-90s Mix by T-Cell

#CellyOnYourCelly Mid-90s Mix by T-Cell

First instalment of the #CellyOnYourCelly mixes! Nothing but the hits from the 90s by your favourite artists.

Hope you have enjoyed the mix, even if you haven’t, let me know what you think of the mix, your feedback is valued!

#Celljam Episode 68 – Endgame! #HipHop Mixshow!

#Celljam Episode 68 – Endgame! #HipHop Mixshow!

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Tracklist

Tracklist coming soon!

***No Show Next Week*** As we continue on with the season, we have new music to showcase from the UK and US. A mini album cuts session of Blimes formerly known as Blimes Brixton on her latest project, “Castles”! New music from Smif N Wessun, Erick Sermon and much more! We have also included snippets of our prelude show onto this episode! Enjoy the extended cut!

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