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September 15, 2015
Watch The Full-Length “Why You Always Lying” Video
Probably my favorite track so far from the Adult Swim series this year.
September 8, 2015
Chromatics – “Shadow”
This whole Kanye award thing was kind of awkward but I get his point. Sucks that people are gonna wake up tomorrow, watch some morning show or open up Yahoo and still think he's a crazy asshole. This dude has so many ideas in his speeches that he genuinely wants to make a difference somehow but feels he has to please the masses in order to get people to take him seriously. I sometimes wish he would chill the fuck out, focus on that next album, and just let the music do the talking. Hopefully that new album sounds less like Travis Scott and whatever these young Southside Chicago rappers are making.
August 31, 2015
VMAs 2015: The Best GIFs, Tweets, Videos, & Kanye West’s Speech
Gonna listen to this in my bath robe and knee high socks while drinking a 40.
August 6, 2015
Stream Dr. Dre
I don't know the whole story, but if Meek felt threatened by Drake's presence in Nicki Minaj's life that he had to question the dudes writing involvement then that's a major L for him. I wonder how Ross feels about all this because a lot of his top hits featured Drake, not Meek. MMG as a group is a joke and I doubt Ross truly cares about the rappers on his label. Drake's lyrics have always struck me as corny and too emotional yet they definitely reflect his personality. Even if he was helped with the lyrics on a couple tracks, he's the epitome of rap artists who's shtick is to rap and sing on the same tracks. He makes hit songs for a wider audience and not just for the core rap fans who frequent Hip Hop sites, like Rap Radar, and are aware of Meek's music.
July 23, 2015
Noah “40” Shebib Defends Drake’s Honor Following Quentin Miller Rumors
Maybe this album grows on me sometime later because right now I'm not disappointed but not really caring for a good number of tracks on this album. I admire Parker for making this a more personal album compared to the previous two releases but I just feel the need to skip certain tracks due to finding them dull and not really listenable. Eh maybe in a couple of months I'll listen to the album in its entirety again and feel different.
July 9, 2015
Premature Evaluation: Tame Impala
It's becoming more challenging to defend artists (especially rappers) nowadays since people seem more aware of the fuckery that they commit outside of the studio and not the actual music. I kind of wish Jay and Kanye would fall back, take in as much of what comes with living during their midlife, and come back when they have something legit to rap about. Magna Carter Holy Grail was terrible and I liked Yeezus but it's my least favorite Kanye album. Ye's next album kinda seems like Kobe's 6th title win (nonexistent) and I don't even care about another Jay album at the moment. This whole I'm a creative artist, Basquiat in my crib, rap from the top of my head shit sucks. They both most likely are already past their golden years but I still think if they took the time they could each release another great album and people won't care as much about all the non-music crap.
May 19, 2015
Marina Abramović Is Very Pissed At Jay Z
As much as we shit on this movie, the funny/sad thing is this will probably do pretty decent numbers and inspire a couple of high school kids.
May 19, 2015
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We Are Your Friends
, Starring Zac Efron As An EDM DJ
Holy shit, they couldn't of made the effort to put each sentence in order and use periods?
May 13, 2015
Coldplay Confirm New Album Title
Head Full Of Dreams
In Studio Update
Sounds almost like Shamir except less exciting.
May 7, 2015
Willow Smith – “F Q-C #7″ Video
Soundcloud and Youtube Album streams > all these other services
March 30, 2015
Tidal Owners Including Jay Z, Arcade Fire, Daft Punk, Kanye West, Jack White, & Madonna Share The Stage At Launch Event
"Well you was doing 55 in a 54..."
March 23, 2015
David Crosby Drives Into Jogger At 55 MPH
I fuck with this album. This coming from someone who thought K-Dot, since Section 80, was another overrated product of Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope. I Haven't been this entertained by a major label rapper's album in a while. True west coast funk, G-funk, on this album. I get it now Kendrick. Hope these other rappers paying attention, buying more studio time, and triple checking their ghost writers lyrics because dude this album just took shit to another level. Beautiful album.
March 16, 2015
Surprise! Kendrick Lamar’s
To Pimp A Butterfly
Is Out Now
Birdman and Slim have always been shady with their business ways. Wayne should explore his options and leave. I haven't been a fan since the 2005-2008 era Weezy but I think if he got with the right people he could release another decent album.
December 4, 2014
Lil Wayne Calls Himself A “Prisoner” On Cash Money, Says Birdman Won’t Release
The Carter V
This track makes me wanna put on a bathrobe and strut around my house like Ric Flair.
November 18, 2014
Pusha T – “Lunch Money” (Prod. Kanye West)
Screw Monsanto, Starbucks, and people who think all GMO's are bad.
November 15, 2014
Neil Young Says “Goodbye Starbucks” In Angry Open Letter
This is not surprising but what bugs me is how people continue to label this guy as one of the greats. We all know Hip Hop for unfortunately being one of the most misogynistic and homophobic genres and this dude has been the ambassador for going too far with his lyrics. A lot of the stuff he says always seems to be for shock value and just has become too repetitive and corny. The guy continues to make his motivational stadium anthems and attention seeking rap alongs and people still cosign him while listening from their Beats by Jimmy Iovine headphones. It's ridiculous. I'd put Danny Brown's the Hybrid, XXX, and even Old above any Marshall album. Sure Danny says some wild and sometimes disrespectful shit too but at least he also dedicates a good amount of his albums to rapping about the struggles he endured while growing up in Detroit. Danny is a true storyteller that can make entertaining records yet also rap his ass off. Marshall can rhyme but the content is garbage. Maybe he continues to rap because people want him too but seriously he's 42 and still raps about the same content as Tyler the Creator pre-Wolf.
November 10, 2014
Eminem Raps “I’ll Punch Lana Del Rey Right In The Face Twice Like Ray Rice”
FKA Twigs was robbed.
October 29, 2014
Young Fathers Win 2014 Mercury Prize
His upcoming album has Kanye as an executive producer and it has a couple new 'Ye verses so yeah I believe him. Not sure why Kanye is producing tracks for dudes like Theophilus and Tyga when he has Mos and Q-Tip on the GOOD Music roster who both haven't even released music in a while.
September 25, 2014
Kanye Apparently Played His New Album In Paris Last Night
I like it. Reminds me of Hype WIlliams videos from the 90's that my mother would not approve of.
August 27, 2014
Grimes – “Go” Video
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