Culture, the second studio album from the Southern rap trio Migos, starts with its title track, in which DJ Khaled
First: goodness, what a collection of beats here. It loses its zest in its second half, but it never truly
Cakes Da Killa’s aesthetic—a liquid-tongued rapper who flaunts his gay lifestyle in the same way a straight rapper might brag
The convenience of putting present albums in this retrospective column, above all else, is that I don’t have to put
I don’t know how many albums like Asphalt for Eden the alt-hop scene can be expected to stand. There’s surely
I have no idea how the untrained ear will process Atrocity Exhibition. There’s bound to be at least one person
You will take clipping.’s comedies seriously. The joke of the project’s self-titled proper debut was that they made pop bliss
That the term “pet rock” exists is proof that marketing to kids should be the easiest job in the world.