“You can't miss what you ain't had, well I can.”
“Unlike the musicians who make them, a song doesn’t have a lifespan.”
From the kings of rock to the patron saints of trap, here are the 15 best hip-hop entrance themes in wrestling history.
Although Roddy Ricch‘s rap-singing style is of-the-moment, there’s an identity to his sound on ‘Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial.’
50 is the new 30.
The crime of ownership is not intentional, just immature.
Whatever happened to the juvenile spitters of the early-to-mid-’90s?
Perfection in list form.
With ‘Some Rap Songs,’ rapper Earl Sweatshirt figured out how to gather an audience on his own terms.
Frank Ocean’s “Songs 4 Women” teaches us never to make music for love’s sake.
‘Netflix & Deal’ is as indulgent as a bucket of movie theater popcorn with just a little too much butter.
Yeah, the GRAMMYs f*cked up.
One time for Rihanna's fearlessness.
Kanye is an imperfect person. ‘Jesus Is King’ is an imperfect album. Christianity is an imperfect religion. But they can all inspire us to do better.
Long live overstuffed new-music-Fridays.
Another perfect list.
The success of Dr. Dre’s ‘2001’ was hardly guaranteed.
For the expanded Wu universe to have existed at all, the noticeable missteps of Tical had to come first.
“Can’t feel a thing.”
Rappers are always finding new pockets, just not the ones you might expect.
Is it a good idea to release two albums in one calendar year?
To celebrate the song’s fifth anniversary, let’s break down Royce da 5’9”’s verse.
The actual music on ‘The Juice Vol. II’ is good—great, even. It just feels over-produced.
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The duality of “Strawberry Swing” is a reminder to make blessings out of the ordinary.