Articles by Pete Tosiello
Globetrotter Henry Canyons Finds a Home in LA’s Hip-Hop Scene
Coasting on the acclaim of April’s Cool Side of the Pillow LP, the LA-based emcee is finding his way from the backwoods to underground hip-hop’s forefront.
Nas’s “Nasir” Is the Album 2018 Deserves
It’s a fascinating and depressing listen for our current moment, a collaboration between two once-beloved icons reduced by their own grievous public misdeeds.
Watts, Friendship, and Humanity: Twenty-Five Years of “Menace II Society”
While often mislabeled as a “Boyz n the Hood” knockoff, the 1993 film’s precision in rendering the American male adolescent experience remains unmatched.