Among young ethnic minorities, hip-hop is perhaps the most popular medium for challenging the twin burdens of entrenched injustice and pervasive privilege.
Smith owed the government $2.8 million prior to filming.
I decided to recreate Drake’s dance moves from his “Hotline Bling” video. This was the result
Saying that Future’s music is “a little hard to understand” is like saying that “giraffes are kinda tall” or that Kylie Jenner’s lips “look a little fake.”
How can a society hope to achieve any semblance of equality while silently agreeing “bitch” is more offensive from Busta Rhymes than Elton John? From this nonchalant compliance stems the indignation towards Black Lives Matter protestors who would DARE disrupt a Bernie Sanders political rally or the Minnesota State Fair.
Here’s a super easy Myers-Briggs personality test.
Among the ladies, there’s an ongoing popular web joke which really confuses me: “Drake wouldn’t treat me like this.” Which is a wild thing to say because, well, have you heard any of his lyrics? Drake is almost definitely worse than the fuck boy you’re messing around with right now. Don’t believe me?
Why, why in God’s green and vast and beautiful earth, would you want to murder pussy?
Never afraid to call out misogyny (and how often dance tracks are saturated with violence/lack of respect towards women), the brilliant Brooklyn femcee is back again to flip the dialogue with her explosive single TNT.
What type of music you listen to says at least a little bit about your personality. So, it’s pretty safe to assume that people who like a particular artist have something in common. But what are those commonalities? After painstaking research and speaking with dozens of leading psychologists (i.e. my 24-year-old upstairs neighbor who works at Barnes & Noble), I’ve compiled an authoritative list. It was all very scientific.