I Love Anna Wise

I first heard her on Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid Maad City album. Her voice caught my attention and needless to say, I instantly fell in love. I forreal went crazy when I heard her sweet voice on Kendrick’s “These Walls” and I knew right then and there that I had to search her up and listen to her music. I found out she was 1 half of Sonnymoon and I added all of their albums to my Apple Music. Just recently she released her first single separate from the Sonnymoon moniker under her name, Anna Wise.

Give it a listen, I F*CKING LOVE IT!!! THAT VOICE!!!

ps. That EDM’ish beat is the amazing on this SONG!

~ Keep it all smiles


This past weekend, specifically on Valentine’s Day I dropped an EP entitled, “Greatest Works of Art, Come From a Broken Heart.” It’s actually a quote that I came up with one day and as many of us know, the statement is surprisingly true. Just give it a listen and tell me what you think.

ps. That broken skateboard thats in fire on the cover art was the board my ex gave me. I wonder if she noticed that when I sent her the track? Who knows, I’m just happen I made some good music.

~ Keep it all smiles

Kanye Took The Wraps off No More Parties in L.A. ft. Kendrick Lamar


7 hours ago from this blogpost, Kanye West released the most anticipated song of the year featuring no other than Kendrick Lamar. The song in my opinion is spectacular!!! K.Dot went off on his verse and Kanye says, “the writers block is over.”

Check it out for yourself!

Kendrick Lamar Performs Untitled 2

Kendrick Lamar became an instant favorite when he dropped his anticipated album To Pimp a Butterfly (TPAB). From the funky bass lines of “Wesley’s Theory” to the nerve-racking cries heard in “U”, its safe to say that K.Dot put a classic together. This one goes into the books for album of the decade, and I’ll say it.

Recently aired on the Jimmy Fallon show, Kendrick Lamar released another Untitled track with yet again the same feel that the his album delivered last year. Words can’t explain the song so I’ll let you see for yourself.

~ Keep it all smiles


You can’t take the Golden Age of Hip Hop and try to define todays modern rap with it. Those standards no longer apply. With todays artist people are quick to say who’s hip-hop and who isn’t by using those characteristics found in the Golden Age of rap. Just because Kendrick is using the elements that created hip-hop doesn’t mean TPAB sucked. Just because J.Cole gets on a record and damn near makes you cry doesn’t mean he’s soft. Just because Young Thug gets on a record and says some shit that isn’t understandable doesn’t mean there isn’t meaning. You have your hip-hop purist and your radio listeners with strong opinions. Hip-Hop is a creative art so wherever an artist goes with his music is where he is going. Theres no rules in what you can or cannot say; Sound like you want to sound.