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About Sean Watson

Senior Reporter Sean “Bluu” Watson has been a part of Urbanology Magazine since its inception. An avid urban culture consumer, animation aficionado and self-proclaimed “Techxpert”, Sean’s love of pop culture, media and the entertainment industry as a whole allows him to be as flexible as they come with the keyboard. When not maintaining his World Under Analysis column and weekly mixtape reviews with the magazine, you are likely to catch him in the studio producing and engineering, penning a short film or contributing to popular blog, The Screwface Exchange.
Latest Posts | By Sean Watson
Views Treads Familiar Ground
8.8
2 years ago

Views Treads Familiar Ground

The classic Hans Christian Andersen short story The Emperor’s New Clothes comes to mind when describing the hype surrounding the release of Drake’s new album, Views. The tale of two …
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Gift Guide 2015: Pound for pound audio champ
2 years ago

Gift Guide 2015: Pound for pound audio champ

Ever since Beats by Dre entered the pop culture vernacular, headphones have become more than a conduit for music. They have become an identifier, a fashion statement.

In 2015, it’s …
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The Documentary 2 Comes Up Short
6.8
2 years ago

The Documentary 2 Comes Up Short

By  •  Reviews, Music

The Game is one of the polarizing figures in the rap game. You either love his Piru-filled antics and take no shit attitude, or you think it’s time for him …
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Dr. Dre’s Compton Bangs
7.3
2 years ago

Dr. Dre’s Compton Bangs

By  •  Reviews, Music

After making us all wait a decade plus, almost billionaire, hip-hop legend and Apple employee Dr. Dre is back with ‘another classic CD for y’all to vibe with.’

Compton: A …
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Allen Maldonado: Compton Reminiscing
2 years ago

Allen Maldonado: Compton Reminiscing

Cali-born actor Allen Maldonado is aiming for his career to closely mimic the career of Leonardo DiCaprio – who he is a huge fan of. The only difference, he says …
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Why Book Culture Refuses to Plug In
2 years ago

Why Book Culture Refuses to Plug In

Out of all the mediums experiencing trials and tribulations during the digital age, the printed page seems to be the most persistent. Cable TV continues to fight, but is on …
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Wale’s Latest Project Fails to Impress
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3 years ago

Wale’s Latest Project Fails to Impress

By  •  Reviews, Music

Wale has always been a point of contention among hip-hop fans. Some call him the patron saint of DC, while others find him meandering.

That last group would probably say …
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Jazz Cartier has a millennial edge with a touch of nostalgia
3 years ago

Jazz Cartier has a millennial edge with a touch of nostalgia

By  •  Reviews, Music

Toronto’s underground has experienced a resurgence of late, and Jazz Cartier and his Get Home Safe crew may have had a little bit to do with it.

Alongside names like …
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Earl Sweatshirt: One of the most interesting young spitters out now
7.8
3 years ago

Earl Sweatshirt: One of the most interesting young spitters out now

By  •  Reviews, Music

After missing the initial wave of Odd Future stardom, Earl Sweatshirt has carved out a space for himself. While not much can top the stunning ferocity of his first album …
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Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time
3 years ago

Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time

The works of Jean-Michel Basquiat have become iconic. Paintings like “Self-Portrait” and “Untitled (Boxer)” immediately call to mind some of the most striking modern art of the 20th century. After …
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