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What A Time To Be Alive (iTunes)

All Hail the King. No, not Drake. But the Trap King, Future. Or Future Hendrix. Future Vandross. You get it. Unless you were being proactive in your life, then you heard Future and Drake dropped an album called What A Time To Be Alive. Folks over-hyped it as usual. It has maybe two good songs, but it’s meh as a whole. And because it was meh, it got me thinking. Drake been dropping albums left and right to get off Cash Money (so obvious), but it’s the sound of these albums that I’m questioning. Not just the writing but the actually tempo and flow.

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DJ Pain 1 is a major name within the indie music scene. Artists aspire to get him on their projects and faithfully share his videos of wisdom pertaining to the music business on social media. So The Illixer had to reach out to him for the revamp of That’s My DJ and he graciously responded. Find out what all we discovered about the popular man behind the 1’s and 2’s after the jump.

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“Lion” (previous review)

Cezar (Check Chasers Mafia) officially unleashed his latest mixtape Free Dope a couple of weeks ago. The 12 track collective is meant to tide his supporters over until he drops his next major project. The tape doesn’t contain too many guest features and sees the 414 spitter experimenting with different styles to demonstrate his range. See what kind of high The Illixer gets off of the new offering after the break.

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“I ain’t have no daddy around when I was growing up. That’s why I’m wild and I don’t give a huh.” Touché Teairra Mari. Maybe that would explain why these two grown adults, Keyshia Cole and K. Michelle, are acting like habitual hood-rats. Yes, habitual hood-rats. I would’ve given them their own post but come on. Really? So back to the habitual hood-rats. Why?

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Seen It All: The Autobiography (iTunes)

Seen it all, heard it all. This upcoming Tuesday Jeezy will be releasing his fifth solo studio album, Seen It All: The Autobiography. And if you’ve heard any of his previous albums, then you’ve already heard this. The difference is just a different beat and more money.