Bebe Rexha’s Expectations Explores Weird, Bad Feelings

Last year, I complained because I felt that pop music was consolidating values from outside genres into a bland mixed vegetable soup, that with everyone grasping after the same ingredients, the same mix light EDM and rock production values served over the same trap drums, listening to everyone’s records and to radio and streaming service […]

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This Surprise Kids See Ghosts Album Is Not What You Think It Is

Today is the day. At some point, Kanye West will get around to uploading Teyana Taylor’s album to streaming services, and we’ll be able to take a step back, breathe deeply, and listen to 35 tracks from Kanye and his G.O.O.D. Music associates as one complete body work. If you, like me, decided that now […]

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XXXTentacion Refused to Beef Up Security Prior to His Death

XXXTentacion refused to add a security detail prior to his death, according to his attorney.  The rapper was completely unprotected during his recent assault. XXXTentacion had absolutely no security protection when he was murdered earlier this week.  In fact, the rapper refused to add a security detail, carry a firearm, or take any serious security […]

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"XXXTentacion Challenge" Causes Social Media Uproar, Fans React

Our collective moral compass is quite likely dysfunctional. The world we live in seems to have gone mad and thanks to technology, we have access to a live-feed everything that is going on, the good and the bad. The latest on the negative spectrum things is what people are calling the “XXXTentacion challenge.” Usually, these challenges […]

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Drake "Scorpion" Billboards Fuel Double Album Speculation

Toronto, Canada – Days after Drake previewed the release Scorpion on Instagram with a bloody photo hockey player Tie Domi, billboards for the project started popping up in Toronto hinting at a double album. One the billboards showcased in Yonge-Dundas Square features an owl flying down on a scorpion while the one below it says, “Changing from boy […]

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Can We Stop Pretending K-Pop is Popular?

The Internet is a giant amplifier, making things seem like a bigger deal than they really are. Step into the right echo chamber, and whatever you think is cool is instantly a million times cooler, with none that pesky “perspective” getting in the way that wet blanket we call “reality”. In 2017, Grammy.com posted an […]

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