The Third Season of ‘Rick and Morty’ Delivers Some of The Best and Worst Episodes of the Series

*DISCLAIMER: This article contains spoilers for the new season of Rick and Morty. If you have yet to watch the new season, please watch it, and then come back.* For nearly two years, Rick and Morty fans eagerly awaited the show’s third season until Adult Swim released “The Rickshank Rickdemption” on April Fools’ Day which led many to believe it was just a prank. The episode … Continue reading The Third Season of ‘Rick and Morty’ Delivers Some of The Best and Worst Episodes of the Series

Injury Reserve Broaden Their Already Eclectic Sound on ‘Drive It Like It’s Stolen’

Injury Reserve is an Arizona-based hip-hop trio consisting of emcees Ritchie With a T and Stepa J. Groggs and producer Parker Corey. Drive It Like It’s Stolen is their latest EP, though they have been making waves in the underground for the past couple of years with Live from the Dentist Office (2015) and Floss (2016). The dentist theme stemmed humorously from the fact that … Continue reading Injury Reserve Broaden Their Already Eclectic Sound on ‘Drive It Like It’s Stolen’

Macklemore’s ‘Gemini’ is a Truly Uninspired Mess

If you turned on the radio 5 years ago, chances are you would have heard one of the numerous hit singles from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ monumental album The Heist. The sound they crafted seemed like the perfect archetype for pop-rap that would please both the general public and hip-hop heads alike. Ryan Lewis’ production may have been a bit elementary, but Mack’s massive charisma … Continue reading Macklemore’s ‘Gemini’ is a Truly Uninspired Mess

Open Mike Eagle Gives an Earnest Look at Adolescence and Community on ‘Brick Body Kids Still Daydream’

Brick Body Kids Still Daydream is the latest album from Los Angeles-based emcee Open Mike Eagle, and is yet another great addition to his already impressive catalogue. Mike is known for his quirky abstract lyricism, so it is no surprise this album’s concept is difficult for listeners to fully wrap their head around. While it is still an amazing listen without reading into the lyrics, … Continue reading Open Mike Eagle Gives an Earnest Look at Adolescence and Community on ‘Brick Body Kids Still Daydream’

Brockhampton Hurdle over the Sophomore Slump with ‘Saturation II’

Not even three months after they broke the internet with Saturation, the internet’s favourite boy band, Brockhampton, are back with the sequel, Saturation II. Similarly to their debut, they teased fans with four singles prior to the release which somehow managed to be better than the previous album’s singles. If that wasn’t enough though, they surprised everyone when they dropped “FOLLOW”, the first single from … Continue reading Brockhampton Hurdle over the Sophomore Slump with ‘Saturation II’

‘The Booty Tape’ Review: Thanks Ugly God

The Booty Tape is the long-awaited debut from 2017 XXL Freshman Ugly God, best known for his viral single “Water” which closes off this album. While many contemporary rappers take themselves very seriously, Ugly God is exactly the opposite. His music is just a form of comedy for him, characterized by hilariously vulgar and pornographic lyrics. But somehow this all manages to translate into a … Continue reading ‘The Booty Tape’ Review: Thanks Ugly God