"The poetics of banality are crucial to Lil B's durational approach."
On Wiki's No Mountains in Manhattan and New York City rap.
"This kid Tyler is gunning for Yeezy's spot."
The "Meek Mill yells his raps too loud" argument is the squarest criticism of bruh.
"Today, I’m using the smooth-ass wi-fi at Starbucks to see how the album stacks up against the one I invented in my head."
The two musicians address social and political issues, both in hip-hop and in rock & roll.
A track-by-track (and very sensory) review of Teenage Emotions.
"This is not about me being from New York or Riz being from the UK. This is about a global feeling, influence, and connection."
In the face of white supremacy, DAMN. demands respect.
It’s a Myth poses a lot of questions.