Real music rules supreme. \u00a0Rapper Dave East and Singer Solange released classic albums this past Friday, making this one of the best musical weekends of the year so far. Rapper Dave East released his highly anticipated\u00a0Kairi Channel\u00a015 track LP and he did not disappoint. \u00a0 The Harlem rapper built a strong fan base over the past couple years and signed to Nas Mass Appeal Records label. After great success of his critically acclaimed Mixtape "Hate Me Now" last year the stakes were raised. \u00a0He appeared on tracks with hip hop heavy weights Black Thought, The Game, and Freddie Gibbs earlier this year. The new album features guest appearances from The Game, 2 Chainz,Fabolous, Sevyn Streeter, Beanie Sigel, and more. You can feel the pain, passion, and grit in every record. It has been a long time since you heard ethic & raw lyricism come out of New York, but the beauty of East is he very versatile with his flow. \u00a0East has put the East Coast on his back and is ready to carry the torch. \u00a0Think about this day and age how risky it is to put our an album without a real banger. \u00a0He really took hip hop back to the essence with his gritty story telling. \u00a0Hint hint does it remind you of anybody. Solange really surprised me. \u00a0I have to admit I never been a huge Solange fan until now. \u00a0Always knew she was a talented song writer but this album is brilliant. \u00a0\u00a0A Seat At The Table, \u00a021 tracks written by Solange, with special guests Lil Wayne, Kelela, Q-Tip, The-Dream, Dev Hynes,Kelly Rowland with production by\u00a0Raphael Saadiq. In a press release, Knowles described the album as "a project on identity, empowerment, independence, grief, and healing.". \u00a0The album had the internet buzzing about how good this album is.. The album also features Master P. and Tina Knowles on the interludes which digs deep on personal levels about social issues and surviving the hood. \u00a0 \u00a0This is a very empowering album for black culture.