David Whitely is a freelance writer based in New York City. He puts pen to pad, well in this case fingers to keys, in covering hip-hop, music, pop-culture, fashion, sports, and all things cool. He's been published in Complex, Dr!p Magazine, Unrated Urban Magazine, Unrated Magazine, and !Yo Raps magazine—with credits as a reviews editor. Currently, David's witty and informative commentary can be seen at Complex.com, Dr!p Magazine, and TheDrop.fm.
Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y, ‘Live in Concert’ – Mixtape Review
The follow-up to Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y's epic 'How Fly' project finally hits the net after months of anticipation. Wiz and Spitta Andretti team up again with their 4/20 dedicated 'Live in Concert' mixtape. Full of mood-setting tracks for stoners who don't need a…
Los, ‘Becoming King’ – Mixtape Review
Trying his best not to be another artist in the Bad Boy graveyard, Los drops this 17-track mixtape titled 'Becoming King.' With high hopes of becoming the next rap king, is this too much of a lofty goal for the Bad Boy artist?
Mike G, ‘Verses’ – Mixtape Review
One of the lesser profiled faces from the Odd Future collective, Mike G, is back and drops his 'Verses' mixtape.
Lore’l, ‘Billboard Bytch’ – Mixtape Review
One of the stars from this seasons Vh1's 'Love & Hip-Hop: New York' follows up the success of the show with her new mixtape 'Billboard Bytch.'
Raekwon & Scram Jones, ‘The Chef vs. The Beast’ – Mixtape Review
Raekwon the Chef has always been known to cook up some dope ish (pun intended), and this effort is no different. The lyrical assassin from the home of Shaolin, accompanied by DJ Scram Jones, brings a heavy flow along with witty and ear-catching bars on 'The Chef vs. The Beast.'
Jay-Z Will Sell His Share of Brooklyn Nets to Become NBA Agent
Grand opening, grand closing. Well, not exactly.
OJ Da Juiceman, ‘6 Ringz Vol. 2′ – Mixtape Review
It's been two years since the release of the original '6 Ringz,' and now OJ Da Juiceman is back with the second installment. Looking to set the internet ablaze with this Trap-A-Holics assisted project, the Juiceman returns to make that good ol' trap music.