Blackness aired last night. Let's talk about it.
You come for my Trap Queen, I come for your Smells Like Teen Spirit
You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em.
Empire is empirical, b.
Azealia Banks has managed to give her input on a varied number of subjects. And even when she manages to be right she finds a way to be wrong.
Panamas been adamant that he doesn't undestand the hype behind J. Cole. But he's a standup guy so he decided to give 2014 Forest Hills Drive a real listen. Here's the verdict.
Panama wants to like Big K.R.I.T.'s music. He really does. He just doesn't.
Blackness myths debunked
Another installment of Playlist Thursdays. What are you listening to these days?
VSB drops a list of songs that would be as big today as they were when they were released. What songs? DID YOU GUESSED IT? WERE YOU RIGHT? Have a look see and drop your gems.
With all of the music heads romping through the VSB lands, Panama decided to start a song swapmeet. He'll show you his if you show him yours.
Panama thinks that despite what we see on LHH Hollywood, Teairra Mari should be a superstar. He really means it. Seriously.
My iTunes playlist stands as a tribute to yesteryear, when K-Ci and Mary were soundtracking hood love that's kind of wonderful for all the wrong reasons, and kneepads were about fashion, not safety.
A lot of musicians are extremely passionate about their music. Some seem like they may be a little more than others; so much so they probably ONLY listen to their own music. Here's our list of possibles!
Chris Brown stays winning. What happen? How it happen? Why does he manage to keep afloat despite his attempts to sink every ship he's ever been on? Questions need answering.