Isaac Reid

  • Blogs

    November 6, 2014

    Four Houston Rap Producers You Should Hear Now

    To a small extent, Houston's musical sound jumps around time periods. Cultures. Genres. The spastic rhythm of zydeco mixes like watercolors when met with the hard bass guitars and screeching, amplified wails of rock. The blues drones on in sorrowful hints and glimpses of emotional reprieve. And Hous ... More >>

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    May 6, 2014

    New Local Rap That Almost Soothes Rockets' Playoff Sting

    I lost bits and pieces of my life last week, no thanks to the Rockets. Plenty of tweets, curses and Jeremy Lin mistakes had me willing to punch my television and completely rage out in a music-blogger form of The Hulk. (The less said about the series' heart-stopping finale, the better. -- Ed.) How ... More >>

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    December 25, 2013

    The 25 Best Houston Rap Projects Of 2013, Nos. 25-21

    And so it came in the year of our Lord 2013 that Houston rap decided enough was enough. 2012 was already a banner year for the city in terms of local product, all roads leading towards The Niceguys' sophomore project James Kelley as king of the hill.  Randomly, have you ever played King of the Hill ... More >>