Joel Biswas swims through the abyss of '90s/early 2000s rap-rock to track down the best (and worst) of the genre.
Ethan Davenport breaks down the various hits being remixed this year.
Lawrence Neil explores the capitalistic underpinnings holding together Billboard's Top 100.
Nitish Pahwa breaks down the ten best versions of The Punch.
Cory Lomberg breaks down the seven Julee Cruise songs you need to hear but probably haven't.
A breakdown of Metro Boomin's development as a sample-based producer.
Max Bellwas once traded for Pau Gasol. Some pale and anemic soul slumped behind a computer will soon devise an algorithm compiling a list of all the lists on the Internet. Said meta-list will be outdated the minute it goes up; that is unless there’s some automatic refresh built-in. Until that ominous day the Mayans […]
Deen’s #11, 12, 13, 14 & 15 is Dylan. I imagine that if you read this site or anything even remotely connected to the rap internets on a regular basis you’re aware of the fact that MTV dropped their 8th annual “Hottest” “MCs” in the game list. Obviously, folks have had an issue with this […]
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In response to the Big Sean-strangled deliberations of the MTV cabal, a separate Illuminati formed to create their own “Top 10 Rappers in the Game.” Note the semantic difference. The idea was to pick the Top 10 rappers, not the ten hottest, not the most pop-savvy, not the most commercially relevant. I interpreted it as […]