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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
Kendrick Lamar: In a Class all by Himself
9.8
3 years ago

Kendrick Lamar: In a Class all by Himself

Kendrick Lamar is a beast. To Pimp a Butterfly is a masterpiece plain and simple. It’s a stunning piece of musical art that not only fills a null space in …
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Big Sean: Working his way up as a hip-hop mainstay
7.3
3 years ago

Big Sean: Working his way up as a hip-hop mainstay

By  •  Reviews, Music

Big Sean has become somewhat of an underdog to his generational peers in hip-hop. After joining the house that Jay Z built over at Roc Nation, Sean is in need …
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Drake Showcases Skills Other Rappers Should Fear on New Project
8.3
3 years ago

Drake Showcases Skills Other Rappers Should Fear on New Project

By  •  Reviews, Music

When Drake rapped on “0 to 100”, “We already got spring 2015 poppin’, PND droppin’, Reps-up P droppin’, Majid Jordan droppin’, OB droppin’, not to mention me droppin,’” it wasn’t …
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Kenn Starr’s latest project falls flat
3.8
3 years ago

Kenn Starr’s latest project falls flat

By  •  Reviews, Music

Kenn Starr has been quiet for a while. The D.C. local made some noise with his Low Budget Crew a few years ago, but has been pretty quiet since being …
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The Young O.G. Project: Same ol’ Fab
6.3
3 years ago

The Young O.G. Project: Same ol’ Fab

By  •  Reviews, Music

Fabolous is a person you’d call a true veteran. See, it’s not enough for you to last a long time in the game, you need to establish a certain level …
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2014 Music In Review: Top 3 Canadian Releases
3 years ago

2014 Music In Review: Top 3 Canadian Releases

For years, the saying “Hip-hop ain’t dead, it lives in the north,” has been floating around, on T-shirts and through on and offline circles (shout out @ThatsBizz). Well, in 2014, …
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2014 Forest Hills Drive: Just a touch of J. Cole’s brilliance
7
3 years ago

2014 Forest Hills Drive: Just a touch of J. Cole’s brilliance

By  •  Reviews, Music

J. Cole fills a strange space. For all of his skills and accolades he’s never quite commanded the respect he rightfully deserves, as one of the top tier artists of …
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Nicki Minaj can hang with the best of them
7.3
3 years ago

Nicki Minaj can hang with the best of them

By  •  Reviews, Music

In the arena of rap, there isn’t much of a natural gender advantage – you could argue a natural baritone is an advantage, but when you add it up, Nicki …
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Prhyme: Straight bars
8.3
3 years ago

Prhyme: Straight bars

By  •  Reviews, Music

Talk about a hip-hop purist’s wet dream. The incomparable legendary producer DJ Premier and arguably the second best rapper from the D, team up for a collaborative project. And it …
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The Wu Returns
3 years ago

The Wu Returns

As professor Farnsworth would say, “Great news everyone!” – Wu-Tang’s new album A Better Tomorrow isn’t horrible. It’s an RZA-laced, heavily versed, Kung Fu dialogue dropping, unconventional long player like …
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