In the first episode of NSFW, Deja & Kirstin run through the weeks news and provide insights on the latest news concerning Aziz Ansari, 45’s “shithole” comments and Paris Jackson pretending to be an uber driver.

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It’s arguably top 3 best albums of 2017.

I finally took a listen to Big K.R.I.T.’s new album “4eva Is a Mighty Long Time.” That album got me through 2 hours of meal prep and I didn’t even realize it. It’s set up like a double album with 22 songs and its lit from top to bottom ya’ll. After a 2 year hiatus from music and being released from his record deal, Big K.R.I.T released this project independently. You can hear the hunger for greatness. He touches on mental health, spirituality, his fears and everything that you go through during this thing called life. Its so refreshing to hear a complete project in this era of microwave music and mumble rap. In a time where everything sounds the same, K.R.I.T. makes sure he sets himself apart and into the limelight.

He took us to church.

In my honest opinion, I strongly prefer the second set of songs over the first. “Keep The Devil Off” and “Miss Georgia Fornia” are my top two. They are closely followed by “Lay up,” “Aux cord,” and “Ride Wit Me.” The honesty is so real that it makes you uncomfortable. “Keep The Devil Off” will take you to church any day of the week and twice on a Sunday. Its what we need in this era of hate that we’re living through. When he addresses his depression and his fears in “Drinking Sessions” I want to give him a hug because I fully understand. Regardless of which set of songs is your favorite, Big K.R.I.T.’s new album will not disappoint. I think you’ll be surprised and impressed by the lyricism on every track.

The tracklist is below. Let me know your thoughts and your favorite tracks on the album, let’s debate about it. Don’t be scared to try something different, it might change your life.

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DVSN’s Morning After is that old school metaphorical R&B.

Believe me when I tell ya’ll that this album is all that then some. I listened to the album from top to bottom twice in a row yesterday. There is something about their vocals and the production that feeds my soul. The entire album is your love making playlist ladies and gents. I mean, it is called Morning After. Maybe its because they’re canadian? Ya’ll know people from Canada are of a different breed. The title track has an upbeat tempo with a hint of a Caribbean feel.  It has a very light airy feel and the only up tempo beat in the entire tracklist. P.O.V, which samples Maxwell’s classic “Fortunate” embraces all the natural things about a woman, including your tiger stripes.

Mood provides P.O.V. with an amazing entry that allows the tracks to flow into each other and the crafting of each track fits like pieces to a puzzle.  If you remember, I put them in the same box with Daniel Caesar’s Freudian as far as vocals go, and if you listened to that album, you know why. Its an amazing body of work and I highly suggest you listen to it.