So i usually buy an album every week and post it, but this week is a bit different. I finally got my hands on one of my favorite movies, Above The Rim. This movie has to have the dopest soundtrack EVER. I think that's an element that's missing from music. Movies no longer focus on soundtracks the way they did in the 90's. Not only did dope music add flavor to the movie, but it also exposed good new music to the viewer of the film. People always complain about record sales being down, but in order to enjoy the same kinda monetary success that the 1990's music had, they gotta return to the old methods of marketing and promotion. Idk...just my opinion.
Shoop's Spring/Summer 2018 Editorial "Tokyo"
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