Tag Archives: hip-hop

Celebrating 15 Years of Dark Man X

Fifteen years ago, DMX released two multi-platinum albums, It’s Dark and Hell is Hot and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood. These two albums marked the beginning of arguably one of the most successful music careers of all time (at least in terms of the Billboard charts). Continue reading

RiFF RAFF and Harmony Korine to Create Potentially Best-Selling Book

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The most wonderful thing about the internet is that it sometimes gives you a gift when you are least expecting.

Sometimes you’re just browsing after a long day’s work, trying to catch up on all of the day’s news. You may check sports scores. You may read up on the latest pop culture happenings. But sometimes, nothing, NOTHING can prepare you for what you find. Continue reading

Trinidad James – “All Gold Everything” vs. “All Gold Everything (Remix)”

If you’ve existed for your entire life without experiencing the lyrical genius that is Trinidad James and his hit song “All Gold Everything”, I’m sorry for you. But have no fear, for this is your lucky day. Continue reading

Music Video Running Diary: Kendrick Lamar – “Backseat Freestyle”

Kendrick Lamar is arguably one of the hottest hip-hop artists around today.  Following his incredible 2012 album, good kid, m.A.A.d city, Lamar released a music video for the single “Backseat Freestyle”.  Today we’ll give this video a watch in order to analyze its artistic merits, as well as understand what it means and what artistic message Kendrick is trying to send us.

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