Wax Poetics are busy on the grind. After launching their own version of iTunes, the musical obsessors just released Issue 29, featuring two covers: one with the “funky avant-garde” Herbie Hancock and another with old school soothsayer Spoonie Gee, who discusses his original gritty, story telling style:

“It was the first time on wax that a rapper had weaved together a narrative as gritty as a Donald Goines novel. It was a tale of heartbreak, deceit, and revenge. In fact, the main character could’ve been a vixen straight out of a Goines book.”

In addition to the print mag, there’s also the issue based playlist.