Comments from adddo

This is a really irresponsible article. But whatever be part of the media machine that will help to exploit black youth.
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December 21, 2016 on NBA YoungBoy Could Be A Huge Rap Star If He Can Stay Out Of Prison
Why does he have a dick tattooed on his forehead
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December 21, 2016 on 21 Savage – “100”
But I know what song it should sample for the chorus:
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July 5, 2016 on Ciara Thinks Future Might Try To Murder Russell Wilson
Tyler doesn't rap about rape anymore because "women are throwing themselves at me now." Sooooo grown up.
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August 26, 2015 on Tyler, The Creator And Manager Issue Statements About 3-5 Year UK Ban
I dont want to live in a world where RiffRaff releases a better album than the Wutang Clan.
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December 16, 2014 on The 40 Best Rap Albums Of 2014
He has a punchable face, for sure.
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November 24, 2014 on Watch Bleachers’ Apple Pay Ad
Kendrick is insanely talented but he mimics the style of other rappers too often. Sometimes he sounds like Kanye (backseat freestyle), sometimes he sounds like Andre, sometimes he sounds like Ishmael Butler, sometimes Drake. I know this is sacrilege, but I think he has yet to really find his individual style and voice. It will come sooner rather than later, but if this song is an indication, he's still happy re-treading territory from other rappers.
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September 23, 2014 on Kendrick Lamar – “i”
OK, I'll be "that guy" and just say it: there is a really catchy Strokes song buried underneath all that noise.
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September 2, 2014 on Julian Casablancas + The Voidz – “Human Sadness”
Good song, but I hate the way this track is produced. Sounds like it was mixed for a car commercial.
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September 2, 2014 on TV On The Radio – “Happy Idiot”
What exactly did Debbie say that you take exception to? That women once were excluded from certain professions on the basis of gender? That equal rights enables women to feel free? Or that LDR should be grateful for the civic engagement of feminists who came before her? That really seems aggressive and irrational to you?
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June 5, 2014 on So Sad Today: Lana Del Rey Talks Depression And Illness, Dismisses Feminism In First Ultraviolence Interview
They are talking to each other as if they're characters from the Wire. And then you look at their pictures and one has the fancy boy haircut with a cirque du soleil mask, and the other looks like he just slept through his communications class.
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March 9, 2014 on HudMo & Zomby Got Into A Fist Fight, Then Took It To Twitter
What is the point of being enigmatic if no one knows who the fuck you are in the first place? It's like you take off the mask and everyone is like "OOOH It was THAT guy all along??"
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March 9, 2014 on HudMo & Zomby Got Into A Fist Fight, Then Took It To Twitter
It's OK to have a dress code. It's not OK to enforce the dress code.
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November 18, 2013 on Is It OK For Arcade Fire To Have A Dress Code At Their Concerts?
Yeah, there is nudity in the picture, but you'd have to have sort of a weird point of view to think it's sexual.
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October 30, 2013 on Album Of The Week: Sky Ferreira Night Time, My Time
it would be more or less like the NME top 20 list, but instead of pulp, oasis, and arctic monkeys - we'd have animal collective, neutral milk hotel, and kanye west.
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October 25, 2013 on NME’s Top 500 Albums Of All Time
I agree with you, but different genres of music put different emphasis on "the album" as a delivery medium - and that could account for some (but certainly not all) of the imbalance. K Pop, for example, which is more single centric, might host a pretty poor representation of "great albums." And a lot of great Afrobeat acts never recorded full LPs. When international music does become available to Western listeners, it's often in the form of compilations (the kind that Sublime Frequencies puts out). That this list features mostly Western popular music albums, might simply mean that the album is mainly a Western popular music concept. Although, it's probably just a little bit of that - mixed with the sheer laziness/bias/ignorance of the NME editors.
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October 25, 2013 on NME’s Top 500 Albums Of All Time
State of Love and Trust!
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October 17, 2013 on The 10 Best Pearl Jam Songs
...for some reason it is the "go to" album cover for the cover flow function on my iPod. i tried deleting it; it still shows up.
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October 16, 2013 on Sky Ferreira Is Topless In NSFW Night Time, My Time Cover
This is why trying to talk about things on the internet is the worst. "So my friend pointed out something interesting the other day..." "OBVIOUSLY, you fucking idiot. You didn't know that? What an idiot."
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October 12, 2013 on Phosphorescent – “Ya Hey” (Vampire Weekend Cover)
How is this any different from the performance on Fallon, which you guys posted? It's the exact same fucking thing. Why post this?
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October 6, 2013 on Watch Lorde Play Good Morning America
If you're going to argue that the guitar is in decline, I think you need better case studies than Chvrches and Icona Pop.
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September 23, 2013 on Deconstructing: Chvrches, Icona Pop, And The Decline Of Guitar Rock
Way to stay true to your corporate sponsors.
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September 19, 2013 on Future – “How It Was”
I'm sure it was only LONG after M.I.A. decided to perform at the superbowl half time show, collect a paycheck from the NFL, and unite their brand with hers, that she discovered "felonies committed by its stars, the bounties placed by coaches on opposing players, the homophobic and racist comments uttered by its players..." etc. A bigger hypocrite has never been born.
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September 19, 2013 on M.I.A. Goes To War Against NFL
I get that, but I mean, are they really deserving of sympathy? Or, are these just two incredibly privileged people engaging in incredibly selfish behavior with no outward demonstration of remorse or contrition? I dunno, I like both of these people well enough, but I hate seeing someone waste their talent. Sky Ferreira doesn't even have an album out, for fuck's sake.
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September 16, 2013 on Sky Ferreira & DIIV’s Zachary Cole Smith Arrested
Wow, I never thought about Sheryl Crow like that before. Next time I'm in the car, I'll put in her greatest hits CD and ruminate about the divide between mainstream and indie culture. I will realize that, truly, every day is a winding road. And this discovery will lead to further discoveries, such as my blossoming desire to engage in various fun activities, commonly referred to as just "fun". Perhaps I am not the only one? Perhaps I will make new friends and we will all engage in fun activities together, while listening to Sheryl Crow. I, for one, look forward to this day, and when it finally arrives, when I am engaging in fun activities like getting jerked off in the parking lot of a cheap motel listening to "Picture", Crow's seminal duet with Kid Rock, with my new friends who I am simultaneously jerking off in return, and we are all being jerked off together, I will cry out in orgasmic relief and whisper a silent prayer of thanks for both Tom Breihan and Claire Lobenfield, and the day I stumbled across this conversation. God bless you both.
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September 16, 2013 on The Argument: Tom & Claire Talk About Sheryl Crow
You forgot The Exploding Hearts - Guitar Romantic
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September 10, 2013 on Echoes Turns 10
I dunno, I think the Arcade Fire has started to become way too topical and zeigeist-y. Neon Bible to a smaller extent, then The Suburbs, and now Reflektor...sometimes I wish they'd just do an album that wasn't so thematically structured, and didn't try to encapsulate so ardently whatever Win finds "modern experience" to be. It all gets a little strained after awhile, and feels less like someone is relating their experience to me, which just so happens to be "modern", but that they are instead desperately straining to condense everything that is "modern" into a polemic. It's like slogging through a dense essay instead of just reading a good story - the latter of which is what Funeral felt like.
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September 10, 2013 on Reflections On “Reflektor”