Curtis Dinwiddie

Articles (17 total)

Future "High Off Life" Aims for New Level in Core Trap

The self-proclaimed wizard debuts new album for 2020 with heavy features of Drake, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Durk, DaBaby and Lil Baby. “High Off Life” represents a healing state of mind that progresses through past anguish.

Drake Regrets Exes and Flexes Time on Dark Lane Demo Tapes

Leave it to Toronto’s No.1 hit-maker to bless our upcoming celebration post pandemic with a loose and unheard collection announced about four hours before publishing. Dark Lane Demo Tapes is a loosely, reflecting mixtape putting Aubrey Graham back into music scene for a summer album.

Review: WrestleMania 36 became the strangest universe

The Grandest Stage of Them All in pro wrestling — WrestleMania took place during an unparalled circumstance in the world that lasted for two nights, leaving fans perplexed on what they will witness. The 36th show granted new world champions, an NXT strong performance and bizarre matchups never done before.

Review: Eminem marvels flow in new visual "Godzilla"

After making yet another historic comeback to music with his latest album, Eminem drops a new music video that blows ‘stans’ minds. The single charted No.3 on Billboard Hot 100 and the visual is sure to trend on all platforms.

Review: In "Music To Be Murdered By," Eminem embraces anger and supremacy

Slim Shady is back and we are living in his world like an apocalyptic playground! Marshall Mathers put out a surprise release of his eleventh studio album “Music To Be Murdered By” and social media is railing off the tracks. The 20-song LP features frequent collaborators Royce da 5’9 and Skylar Grey along with new, promising artists Young M.A. and Don Tolliver.  

Review: WWE NXT - Dusty Classic and Fatal 4-Way

The annual Dusty Classic began where NXT’s best tag teams were paired against each other to compete for the Tag Team Classic trophy and a title shot.The women’s division were all aiming for a shot at new Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley. The midcard NXT North American Championship contender was decided in an explosive Fatal 4-Way between Damian Priest, Cameron Grimes, Dominic Dijakovic and Keith Lee.