Thursday Night Football has a funny way of kicking your ass. The week is almost over, work has done a number on you and more often than not the football just isn’t great. With no dog in the fight I tapped out of the Bengals vs Jaguars Thursday night game pretty early. Made my way … Continue reading STAY FRESH: POTE BABY
What is THE Heavy Metal Mount Rushmore? I know it’s fall, which means Mount Rushmore season is ova. We have football to watch, no need to pass the time with intriguing Mount Rushmore topics. But this one in particular was very frustrating to me. You only get four choices, yet without even thinking, I’m sure … Continue reading Who Belongs On the Heavy Metal Mount Rushmore?
“Humanity Still Producing New Art As Though Megadeth’s ‘Rust In Peace’ Doesn’t Already Exist” -The Onion Pretty Much. Over 30 years later, the fourth installment in Megadeth’s catalog remains as iconic as ever. Its praise has been sung from every corner of metal as elitists and gatekeepers join hand in hand with casuals and dad … Continue reading Revisiting A Classic: Rust In Peace
The music career of Desiigner has been a road winding through peaks and valleys. He was both blessed and cursed by the early and astronomical success he stumbled upon through his 2016 single Panda, which instantly made him a global sensation while dooming him (rather unfairly) to be relegated to the rank of a “has … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Desiigner Three Piece Goes Hard
Awkwafina. You may know her, or not. But her name has a bit more spotlight with the coming release of Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Marvel boasts a unique powerhouse film universe with heavy profits that no one has seen before. Everyone enjoys their cinematic projects, but that success cannot … Continue reading Awkwafina is an unnecessary bump in Marvel’s diversity road
An appealing aspect of collaborative musical efforts is being able to hear the result of multiple artists putting their unique and various skill sets on a single track. While more doesn’t always equate to better, artists coming together on a song can function to bring out the best of each individual and yield a wonderful … Continue reading Yung Pinch Teams up with Brasstracks and Rothstein for Summertime 1, 2 Bop
Just under a month after the release of Don’t Pass On Love, Gashi has given us the second single from his upcoming album Elevators, as well as another music video. If Gashi did indeed travel thirty years back in time to record his previous album, 1984, he may have made a brief stop in the … Continue reading Gashi’s Elevators Rollout Continues with Sleeping On My Left