Crimson staff writer
Najya S. Gause
Two weeks after Trugoy’s death and years of legal battles, De La Soul’s legendary catalog finally made it to streaming platforms on March 3.
After many standout moments, fans left satisfied and excited to hear what’s on the horizon for Gregory Alan Isakov.
Despite the fact that trauma is ever-present in the hair stories of many Black women, “The Hair Tales” does a commendable job of displaying the joy that inevitably shines through.
The track’s cover art depicts a mean wince on Smino’s face, contrasting the silky and smooth-sounding song with a beautiful portrayal of Smino’s outlook on love — sometimes it’s hard to swallow.
The immaculate vibe was evident as strangers could be spotted dancing and singing the words to each other, lost in the magic of Pi’erre’s beats.