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.
Let’s run the numbers, shall we?
Let's ruin our days, shall we?
“Legends” is a song for when you have nothing left to say, but you still feel the need to say something.
Welcome to ‘CleanYe West,’ Kanye West's next Christian hip-hop album.
Let's not pretend these ringtones didn't slap.
So yeah, the album is late. I’m sorry, okay?!
Brace yourselves for the ultimate butterfly effect.
Imagine Kanye in a Mickey Mouse costume playing the opening piano keys of "Runaway."
May ‘The Worst Day’ never drop as long as we live.
To date, Donald Glover is the only man on Earth who has mastered both.
“I got so many bitches, I don’t know what to do / I got so many bitches, what about you?”
Let's get this over with.
One year later, everything is finally coming into focus.
"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to conclude 'IGOR' is unmistakably a concept album, which is a good thing considering I’m no rocket scientist."
Let's imagine, shall we?
I just wanna know if you can emotionally handle an argument with Joe Budden.
From Drake to Eminem, enjoy these (imagined) drunk conversations.
What does Kanye West have up his musical sleeve? We have some ideas.
By 2030, it’ll be a felony to not have at least three mixtapes.
"Good morning, Harvard class of 2019."
I’m sorry, but I’m not.
When to and not to get out of your Uber: a guide.
We will no longer suffer in silence.
This is hands down the most useful thing you will ever read.
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.