One of the artists more difficult to pinpoint in all of modern music's expansive universe driven in recent years by a particular push towards multi-dimensional creatives and genre-transcending styles, is Alxndr London. With the trending away from traditional gentrification, no musician may better exhibit the idea that individual artists need not be defined by a broader styling, rather, simply by their own. 


Alxndr London's styling is one that exists only bound by the reaches of his own lively imagination and particular flair for the anti-reality to which it calls home. Driven by a poetically enticing and equally bizarre lyrical ability, a haunting vocal range equal to the best falsettos across music, and a fondness for a barrage of experimental and UK-influenced production, London's style is worthy of the wide-ranging and historically-important weight that his namesake carries. 


Recent single, Jury, Judge, Executioner, is his latest offering that speaks even further to the idea that attempting to define artists in the modern age, even by the terms of their own past work, is a death sentence. 


Though clearly born of the same bold mind that brought us Today, one of yesteryear's most tempting projects, Jury, Judge, Executioner takes on an identity that seems to shift and re-align even as it plays. A steady duality of vocal approaches in conversation - one seemingly conscious and one sub-so - drives consistency into the track while the underlying production, heavily influenced by notable British styles of the past - predominantly garage drum kits - deconstruct and rebuild themselves throughout the track's entirety. 


The layering draws a sort of reminiscence into the single, while the elements that are so strictly Alxndr London bring them all together for a final product that ensures a future certain of only two notions - concrete artistry and complete unpredictability. 


The Nashville Hip-Hop artist is a bridge between the past and the present where rap's most sacred tenants, rhythm & poetry, coalesce with his vision for modern social progress and  damn good vibes. 


We spoke on the creative change of pace, on the process of piecing together what’s next, on performance, collaboration, and influence. His responses duly read of honesty, humbleness, and soul.  


Born in and permanently inspired by Houston, Bobby Earth finds heavier inspiration only at the crossroads of soul music and love.  


Splitting time between his home and Los Angeles, wide-ranging Jamaican artist of sunshiny vibes and warm-weather anthems, Tessellated is impossible to box in. 



Kwaku Asante | honeycomb


Ari Lennox | Shea Butter Baby


Freddie Gibbs | Best in Show


YBN CordaeThe Lost Boy


Cousin Stizz | Best in Show


SAINt JHN | Best in Show


Kwaku Asante | honeycomb

Ari Lennox | Shea Butter Baby

Brandon Banks | SELF

YBN Cordae | The Lost Boy 

KTOE | I'm Mad

Freddie Gibbs | Bandana

Femdot | Rap City

Kojey Radical | Cashmere Tears

Ciscero | Good to Know

Joey B & Boj | No Waste Time

Smino | Trina

Serious Klein | Lil Capo

[2018  IN REVIEW]


Mahalia | 2018's

Best Artist


2018's Best Projects


2018's Best Artists


SAINt JHN| 2018's Best

New Artist 


Noname's Room 25 | 2018's Project of the Year


2018's Best New Artists



MfnMelo & Saba | What A Life 

TOBi | Faces 

Rexx Life Raj | Father Figure 3 


Christian Kuria | Losing You 

Jacquees | King of R&B 

Bennett | Give Me A Reason  


Kwaku Asante | Sunday 

Berhana | HAN 

Free Nationals | Shibuya 


Adekunle Gold | Young Love

SIDIQ | Brand New Day 

Jesse Markin | Folk 


ROLE MODEL | oh, how perfect 

Omar Apollo | Hit Me Up 

Emerson Leif | Wake Up With You 


FKJ | Yling Ylang 

Tourist | Kin 

Shmuck the Loyal | Hypervade 



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