|Written by tricksta|
|Friday, 29 December 2006 22:32|
Well I got mixed views on this magazine. I do like it, and it's definitely got its place but I think the scope could be a little more varied. It leans more to left then most US magazines and in this issue alone I felt that it is very 'Hip-Hop' with interviews with producers like Hi-Tek, Dan The Automator and Large Professor and rappers like Organized Confusion and Talib Kweli. What I do like about it is that it tries to write about Hip-Hop one else is writing about, as well as a sprinkle of more street artists like Rick Ross, DJ Khaled and Cool & Dre in the Miami Special included in this issue. Basically Scratch is a magazine that DJ's and producers will like, but maybe fans of the more ghetto vibe may find a little too deep and average. I personally think it fills a void, but you should make your mind up.
Review by Brendan Deane
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2008 23:58|