Kanye got that he couldn’t have a traditional rap album and instead pressed ahead with a work that’s lyrically, harmonically, and physically coherent.
Tagged: Hip Hop
There’s the world, and then there’s the world of sex.
When headline writers use questions, Burt Likko answers them. Briefly, completely, and unabashedly expressing his own opinion. Ten questions about politics, the business of news, news of business, and grizzly bears.
Recursive repetition of things that occur more than once, in the same and different orders, multiple times, repeatedly.
San Diego authorities will be asking a jury to give Brandon Duncan 25-to life for the crime of recording a rap album. And if you think that’s strange, think again.
Le hip hop c’est mon pote.
Can we get some hip hop where I am, please?!
And it’s obvious we got this locked cause look how it lasted. Uphill climb since I was in the baby basket.
Future, B.o.B., Bun B, and ScHoolboy Q put rock to shame.
This the same flow that put the rap game on a crutch.
In my post about the Nepean Redskins, I mentioned that the Human Rights complaint was launched by Ian Campeau. Mr. Campeau also happens to be a member of the Hip Hop group, A Tribe...
The first in a series of posts by OTers who are also hip hop fans.
I really wanted to submit something to the recently finished Democracy Symposium, only I couldn’t come up with anything anywhere nearly as thoughtful and incisive as the work done by my colleagues here. My...