Tag Archives: Hip Hop
Smoke Break - Full Flavor Album Review
Here at Repulsive Reviews, I tend to stick to what I know best; I’ve been reviewing horror flicks for years now. Even still, I’ve been known to venture into other genres and even other forms of media, too. This time, I’m doing something totally different, with my first full-fledged album review. While this isn’t the first one I’ve ever done, it certainly is the first that I am presenting here on the site.
If you are here just for horror [...]
Back in December, as we were approaching the new year, I wrote an article discussing a few hip hop albums that I deemed worthy of a horror movie fan’s attention. Now, months later, I’ve decided to dive a little deeper into the world of “horrorcore” rap with an album that is over 25 years old — Life After Death by the collective known as Natas.
In 1989, Detroit emcee, Esham A. Smith, released his debut album entitled Boomin’ [...]
As I continue to expand the content that is written on this site, I am trying to think of new ways to introduce fans of the horror genre to new things. Things that still heavily involve the type of imagery and imagination they already love, but may be in the dark about… no pun intended.
My love of horror quickly spread to things other than film, at a very early age. I was heavily into hard rock and heavy metal, [...]