Review: Artist 2.0 by A Boogie Wit da Hoodie

Famous Bronx rapper A Boogie released a surprise album on Valentines Day this year, signaling it to be a potential heartbreak album. In “Artist 2.0,” he did exactly that. The album features a plethora of features with names like Khalid, DaBaby, Young Thug, Gunna, and more. However, the best songs that appear are the ones with almost no features at all. These are the ones where the fantastic beat and rhythm of each individual song blend perfectly with a more somber tone that A Boogie presents. The songs “Thug Love,” “Me and My Guitar,” and “Streets Don’t Love You” are arguably some of the best we’ve heard from the Bronx artist in a long time.

Reppin’ the City: Best and Worst NBA Jerseys

For the 2019-2020 basketball season, the NBA and 29 of its 30 teams—Memphis is wearing throwback alternates, instead of City Editions—have unveiled what they have dubbed “City Jerseys,” in an effort to connect each franchise to their individual fan-base in a unique and engaging way never before truly explored in American sports history.