Ghouse's TOP ALBUMS
Slaughterhouse - “House Rules”
“I just wanted to comment on "struggle" because that was an OUTSTANDING track in my opinion. Very dynamic so ** Take a trip and I'll see you in the end.** ”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on May 23, 2014
Jamla Records - “Jamla is the Squad”
“This is the first time I have purchased something off of DJ Booth so I am glad that the process went smooth. I am a huge fan of Jamla Records artists. I mean this is real hip-hop. I'd like to state that Add-2 is one of the best additions Jamla could have recruited. I have followed him for a long time now, and I love what he adds. Rapsody is hard to f with. She has amazing lyric ability. I love her tapes. Actual Proof always comes with intellect. 9th wonder is in my top 3 favorite producers, and Khrysis kills it behind the boards. This is just an amazing group of people who make quality music. So thank you, and I hope me buying this helps promote more tapes to come. Thank you Jamla.”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on Jan 31, 2014
David Dallas - “Falling Into Place”
“I have been a long time fan of David Dallas. I have everything he has put out to date. I always love his features with Freddie Gibbs, and he always pulls out new techniques on new albums/mixtapes. I bought the album off iTunes on Tuesday and have listened to it repeatedly since then. It is very rare that you find a album that you can continuously play without skipping tracks. If he ever comes to San Diego, I'd love to be front row. Keep up the phenomenal work, you never disappoint. ”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on Oct 24, 2013
Tito Lopez - “Y.O.U.”
“Tito Lopez has grew on me so fast that he has become one of my favorite artists of all time. A lot of artists drop mixtapes like loose change in between couch cushions, Lo always puts his heart into his projects, and he is an avid fan of making music for his fans. His lyrics are grade A, he's a real hip-hop artist. I'll continue to follow regularly. I LOVE the EFFORT!!! I guarantee your ears will thank you.”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on Jun 27, 2013
J. Cole - “Born Sinner”
“J. Cole is an impressive human being, I personally think that he is one of the fastest paced learners in this Hip-Hop game. I believe his true growth is in his productions, it's unbelievable to see how he has picked up certain things from the likes of Kanye and No I.D. when it comes to crafting his beats. I also believe that out of the 3 artists that dropped today (Cole, Mac & Ye) that Cole had the most truth behind his lyrics. He rarely tells you how it isn't, he's honest and he really distributes the right lyrics to the right production choice. I would say I was more impressed than not when it came to his album. I like real Hip-Hop and that isn't exactly easy to come by these days. Lastly, I am not a hater of Kanye in anyway, but Yeezus was nothing I would ever pay money for. Glad to see Cole doing his thing. ”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on Jun 18, 2013
Logic - “Young Sinatra: Welcome to Forever”
“I don't even know where to start... Logic has shown his PASSION for Hip-Hop since day one, I get fulfillment out of hearing and reading about his success. I'm here sitting, trying to think about what it was that even brought me to even begin to click on him as an artist. I can't seem to come up with it, but once he drew me in, it was like a tattoo; permanent. I've probably been one of the biggest "Logic (MD)" promoters in San Diego. I am a fan of Hip-Hop and this guy stole my heart. I wish the best for him and this Mixtape right here was the biggest stepping stone for what is next to come. I cannot wait to see him at House of Blues on May 30th in San Diego. And for those that read this in depth of this review when and if you listen to track 17 "common logic//midnight marauders" you will understand the capacity Logic has and the growth that is possible. Logic is the NaS of 2000's. I just look for the forward progress, from MD to SD, CA you captured hearts and fans. Keep it up, RattPack "in other words, the tribe that"s next."”Ghouse's Rating: Posted on May 09, 2013
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