Saule Wright

K’naan – Troubadour [Review]

We’ve been seeing him all week on MTV; we may have even heard some of his other work since he’s worked with some of our nappy favorites like Mos Def, dead p...
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Masters Of Skit-Hop

You have to dig in the crates quite a ways back to find out when skits became big on Hip-Hop albums. If I remember it right, I THINK it was De La Soul that ...
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Jazmine Sullivan – Fearless

Due to the response last week, R&B is back on the 'Fro. At its very core, music is all about relationships. How the tempo relates to the sound, how the ...
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Ne-Yo – Year Of The Gentleman

Right before our eyes, the lines of pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop are fast blurring as rappers are singing more and more, singers are rapping, and rock artists ar...
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Random – The 8th Day

Folks, I hope you have your seatbelt on. The 'Fro has been getting a lot of attention lately and the labels are taking notice. We get a lot of music to re...

LL Cool J – Exit 13 [Review]

12 albums, all gold or platinum. His last album went gold with but quickly fell off the charts and was viewed by most as a failure. This being his last albu...

Elzhi – The Preface [Review]

Jay Dilla's influence in Hip-Hop will probably live on forever. One of the cornerstones of his career is the Slum Village crew which has grown to include El...

Saule Wright

The Black Alex P. Keaton

Saule Wright *the "e" is silent* is a chill cat that loves his Hip-Hop and R&B music. At times, he may throw in a few extra words here and there in his reviews, but he makes an effort to comment on the track, the lyrics, and other elements in each song when doing nappyafro's legendary track by track process. If he's not wandering around trying to spark conversation, you'll find him either on or twitter doing the same. Respected by many, disrespected by many, and respectful of both.

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