Unwavering Identity| Posted July 06, 2016
The Stellar Nominated hip hop Artist Viktory is no stranger to the hip hop community. With his sixth studio album Tomorrow Came, Viktory covers race, violence, police brutality, homosexuality and other topics some CHH rappers shy away from.
The Chicago native starts the album with "Intro," a track where he's reminding us of the tragedies and news-worthy stories in the past year. In the song "Lunch Tables ft. Ashlian," Viktory not only reminded his son but I feel all of us that no matter what race, gender or background, we all should feel welcome at the table. "1968" is an anthem for all of us with powerful lyrics "why can't you love me, the way I want to love to you!" Viktory "keeps it coming" with his rapid flow lyrics on "We Won't Stop," a song that will have you jumping and inspire you to never stop.
I really enjoyed how Viktory was able to stay true to himself. He didn't waver from bringing people closer to God. If you want an album that provides truth for today, I would highly suggest listening to what Viktory has to say. All in all it was a terrific album, and I'm interested to see what's next for Viktory.
Song to Download Now:
"1968" (Get it on iTunes here.)
essay| Posted June 18, 2017
This track is pretty good, it has the potential to make it big but unfortunately the artist and their work here is so underrated that its just sad, like i do top rated essay writing service and sometimes, music is one of the topics i get and unfortunately artist with zero talent and big money actually make it big, through a recording studio, otherwise they are just zeros, that means its unfortunate for raw talents like these to make it big, just look at milo greene for example!!