Drew Landry is a stand-up comedian from Baltimore, currently living in Los Angeles. He is also a satirical writer, penning articles for multiple publications. Landry has performed on stages all over the country. He's a dork and a Kanye/ Eminem stan.
As a 'Black Mirror' enthusiast and a rap journalist, I decided to write five rap-themed episodes.
And yes, I know saying “Eminem’s Kamikaze is my favorite album of 2018” is a very white thing to say.
We spoke with Alex Larsen, aka Kid Twist, about the new Eminem-produced film loosely based on his career.
We nominate "Family Business" as the official song of Thanksgiving.
With Tyler making songs for 'The Grinch,' here are five other rappers who need to be soundtracking children's films.
Happy Halloween, motherfucker.
Also, four theories on why it might be.
Happiness means not being able to feel Frank Ocean’s music on a gut level. So maybe “happiness” isn't even real happiness after all.
'Tha Carter V' finally coming out is like the time I lost my virginity.
Thank you, President West.
If the Amish community had internet, they would be PISSED.
It. Finally. Makes. Sense.
Just because you love something doesn't mean you understand it.
"You’re embarrassing me. You’re embarrassing yourself."
'Kamikaze' hit me pretty hard.
There are some things you just can’t un-know.
That lonely stoner turned professional humming enthusiast has caused me unparalleled emotional distress.
The heist of the century.
Each more brilliant than the last.
It was on August 11, 1973, at a party in the Bronx, that Lil Pump debuted "Gucci Gang," the first rap song of all time.
“No rubber, I just fucked this piano.” Really, Wayne?
The Los Angeles rap collective was so large, it's easy to forget some of its lesser-known members.
This is the most heinous thing Jay has done since his verse on "Monster."
"I ask her if she wants a computer lodged in her vagina"
Ye’s arrogance is part of why we love him.
We dive deep to uncover the mysteries behind Eminem's 'Relapse'-era phase of weird accents.
Kanye's commentary about his mental health diagnosis aren't offensive, they're badass.
"I hereby declare June 10 as Carter III Day."
If you’re a hip-hop fan, treat rap like your teenage son.
Enough is enough.
Revisiting 'Cheers,' all the ingredients were there...