Shea Serrano
The Next Spot is a recurring series dedicated to the albums that could’ve, would’ve, should’ve made the Decade Top 50.  Capture the essence of the most important album from one of the most important emcees to come out of Houston in the last 20 years in less than 200 words, including this intro? That doesn’t […]
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Heavily slanted towards panegyrics to Z-Ro and UGK, Shea Serrano’s Houston Press archive can be found here. With Citi Field currently serving as the home to the Mets, and Shea Hillenbrand out of baseball, Serrano aspires to be the nation’s best known Shea.  Few rappers have had a more frustrating career than one-time wunderkind, Jadakiss. […]
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Review: Plies-Da Realist January 27, 2009
Houston-based, Shea Serrano, is a columnist for the Houston Press and Houston Magazine. He’s also written for the Village Voice, Filter Magazine, URB Magazine, Mental Floss Magazine, Texas Observer, Dallas Observer, and others.  Unlike much of the blogosophere, he does not believe that Plies “Da Realist” derives its chief inspiration from Di Sica. Plies, Florida’s […]
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