J. Cole’s heart-wrenching narratives are made complete with these equally poignant beats that make his words linger in your head for days afterward.
Lamar’s Pulitzer Prize win is not only a landmark in hip hop history but also a huge stride in recognizing the immense artistic and cultural significance of hip hop in American society.
The Youtube legends visited my school, and I took this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to snap some pictures with them.
Wendy’s fires shots at McDonald’s and more, including killer lines like “Why yo’ ice cream machine always broke? Why yo’ drive through always slow?”
The Shape of Water is both harrowing and sensual: an idealistic fairytale and a portrayal of a universal, harsh reality.
Venice and Telluride snag Best Picture wins; Cannes, not so much.
Part 1 of a series on various artists’ best beats. First up: Kendrick Lamar and his five full-length projects.
Historic wins from Peele, Deakins, and del Toro; questionable misses for Lady Bird and Get Out.
Good lineup overall, but the race comes down to two difficult but necessary films in the current polarized climate.
The cultural landmark has ways to go before the rightful attention it deserves will subside.