Rick Ross manages to place his Reeboks in his mouth more than the average person. His most recent SMH-worthy moment came on Rocko's "U.O.E.N.O." where he basically condoned date rape [...] The post 32 Overlooked Rape Lyrics In Rap appeared first on The Smoking Section .
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Tomorrow marks the release of one of the year's most anticipated albums , Tyler, The Creator 's third solo effort, Wolf . After a few listens, we're still trying to fully digest the project and plan on publishing our review on either Wednesday or Thursday. But before then, we decided to celebrate the drop by looking back at his work as an MC over the years and highlighting some of his best one-liners. This includes his show-stealing guest verses, his collaborations with his Odd Future cohorts, and his solo affairs. Even [...]
Keep an eye on those leftover Easter eggs, folks: April Fool’s Day is upon us! April 1 may not be a recognized holiday, but the world has been honoring it for centuries with all manner of jokes, pranks and hoaxes. (Perhaps this explains Eurovision?) From reversed restroom signs, foil-covered computers or, heaven forbid, plastic-wrapped toilet seats, the irreverent celebration of foolishness is nigh and no one knows what to expect... only to expect the worst! We can’t prepare you for the onslaught of silliness your friends and family may have planned for you, but these 10 music selections [...]
Google's Autocomplete feature works wonders by saving us time and keystrokes. It also can be a source of laughter when suggestions are made according to the search activity of all [...] The post 40 Etherous Facts About Your Favorite Rappers As Told To Us By Google appeared first on The Smoking Section .
As Easter marks a period of rebirth and re-evaluation, so has the first quarter of the year, with some monumentally significant returns from modern music's most seminal artists. The reinvention of an artist following a period of inactivity or - worse - a downturn in profile or creativity occurs so infrequently; thus is the law of diminishing returns that applies as time passes and defining records resonate an unfair advantage, holding up a benchmark for everything that comes after. Sometimes the opposite is true: there are a select few who have bounced back with a surprising [...]
A small but perfectly formed digest of the best songs that have appeared on these very pages in the past seven days. Featuring the elegant pop noir of Say Lou Lou 's latest single 'Julian', Canada's Young Galaxy and their Dan Lissvik produced jam 'New Summer' and a late night ode to heartache set over a sprightly synth fuelled backdrop from hotly tipped newcomer Butterclock . [...]
Artist: The Line Of Best Fit Title: Weekender / 30 March 2013 File Name: SoundCloud
So you've probably heard by now that "Supreme Leader of North Korea" and Dennis Rodman's road dog Kim Jong Un is popping sh*t again. Lil Kim has entered in a [...] The post 20 Things More Likely To Happen Than North Korea Nuking The U.S. appeared first on The Smoking Section .
By @ khal for DoAndroidsDance.com We're a week removed from Ultra Music Festival (not like you guys care). Doesn't stop the music train, and surprisingly, there's a grip of pretty sick music out there. We're screaming for cats to be brought in, reminiscing over classic ragga jungle, and bringing lovely trap-infused beauty from Australia. Kw Griff – “Bring In The Katz (Crookers Version)” This cut is one of the more infectious Baltimore club bangers, and Crookers finally released his remixed version . BRING IN THE CATS! Hudson Mohawke – [...]
New Yorkers like to think of New York as the center of the universe, or at least the center of gravity where cool is concerned. And, dammit, no matter how thoroughly and vigorously landlocked dolts like me detail the cultural contributions of our home turf, there’s really no denying the wealth of music that has spilled from the five boroughs, nor that music’s incomparable influence. (Crotchety aside: It helps when you’re importing most of the best talent from other markets, Yankees-style.) Let’s not be too reductive here, because the city’s musical history is far richer and more multifaceted than the [...]
It's been a few weeks since I solicited the advice of my audience on the topic of disturbing movies I could recommend to my sister. She's since been enrolled in the Netflix DVD rental program (as opposed to the cheaper streaming-only plan) and has received her first two discs. The fist, À l'intérieur (Inside), more [...]
Artist: Benoît Pioulard Title: Mercy Link Text: Mercy File Name: benoit_pioulard_-_mercy.mp3 Genre: Folk Year: 2013
The haze has lifted. Apollo shifts on his perch. This week has sucked. My top twelve things - or whatever - of Treefort 2013. 1. A heavy shortage of neon, face paint, feathers, glow sticks, and all other things that cause your brain to fucking hurt. Often, these festival accoutrements hinder all good times. Idaho must have banned them statewide. Only one dude was wearing paisley pants, and his name is Seth, and he's a good dude. 2. Ample parking. (Or "How I Learned to Love Having My Mom Drive Me to Bars.") 3. [...]
Yes, we love Danny Brown here at Potholes, but we love visual artists, too. So when we saw that there were 16 pretty f*cking awesome illustrations of the Detroit rapper just floating around the web, we felt it was time to put them together in one neat place. Props to Danny, of course, as he didn't just serve as the inspiration for these killer pieces. He also put a bunch of them on his Instagram earlier this week, which is where this entire post first came together. And why did we choose 16? Well, that's just the [...]
Every year it seems like XXL does everything in their nature to spark controversy over their 'Freshman' list. This year they've included Schoolboy Q, Trinidad Jame$, Joey Bada$$, Ab-Soul, Logic, Act ion Bronson, Kirko Bangz, Travi$ Scott, Dizzy Wright, Angel Haze, and Chief Keef. The full issue will hit newsstands in the coming weeks.
For musicians, success constitutes a key component of why they began making music in the first place. While there's joy that comes from just having your voice heard, many aspire [...] The post Music's 10 Newest Illuminati Inductees appeared first on The Smoking Section .
Here at NH7, we love cool t-shirts. The Indian indie scene has given us plenty of great tees to spend our (limited) merch money on, and here, we list our favourites.
Photograph by Tonje Thilesen A trip to Austin's infamous South By Southwest festival is not complete without experiencing a set of extreme emotions - from the disappointment of missing a set or not getting into your party of choice, to the joy of catching surprise guest performances, nabbing the free swag you actually want and the IRL hangs with online pals. Of course, it's also not complete without seeing a mega ton of new music and ultimately that's what we're here for. Without a badge around our neck we explore SXSW unofficial style and [...]
- Disclosure - When A Fire Starts To Burn
- BANKS. - Warm Water (Prod. By Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs)
- The Dodos - Confidence
- Mayer Hawthorne - Her Favorite Song
- Pure Bathing Culture - Pendulum
- Smith Westerns - "3am Spiritual" (Official Audio)
- Disclosure - You & Me ft. Eliza Doolittle (Baauer Remix)
- Mixmag - Perfectly
- HAERTS - All The Days
- Boards of Canada - Reach For The Dead
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