Out of morbid curiosity, I decided to check out Lil Pump’s self-titled debut mixtape. Since Fantano was bigging up the mixtape so much, I decided to give it a shot. As expected, listening to this album felt like being bound, gagged, and waterboarded all at once. The average length of each song was two minute … Continue reading Lil Pump and Repetition
Does an opinion justify the act of violence in hip-hop?
The world’s favorite British ginger is Ed Sheeran. The dude’s talented: he can sing, play guitar, rap, and successfully steal from Jamaicans. With his latest album smashing records, no other British singing ginger can top Ed Sheeran. What the world thinks is nice, but when it comes to that, I act like a Christian; I … Continue reading Why I Think King Krule is Superior to Ed Sheeran: King Krule The Ooz Review
Being the nerdy, hipster, hip hop head trash that I am, you already know how I feel about Lady Gaga’s music. I think it sucks! When I first heard “Just Dance” on the radio and learned that Akon signed her, I thought, “Akon, what the hell are you doing?” To this day, I feel the … Continue reading Gaga: The Unique Pop Star
Nearly two year after first releasing his breakout single on Soundcloud, controversial rapper XXXTentacion released a video for “Look at Me.” Beginning with a silly depiction of a classroom riot that culminates with X smacking a teacher with a giant blue d***o, the video takes a dark turn and the song “Riot” plays as the … Continue reading Can XXXTentacion Really be a Voice for Social Issues?
Although overshadowed by Lil Uzi Vert’s heavily anticipated Luv is Rage 2, Action Bronson released his sophomore project Blue Chips 7000 on August 25, 2017. An album with really little marketing, I listened to it about a week after its release date. To be honest, if I hadn’t seen an episode of Everyday Struggle where … Continue reading Action Bronson’s Blue Chips 7000 and Personality