Dallas' Lord Byron karate chops cowpokes and dropkicks cattle rustlers on his new album.
Torii MacAdams explains why this Lord Byron may end up more important than that Lord Byron.
Featuring Lil Herb, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Migos, Lord Byron, Montana of 300 and Kid Cudi.
Rap Up, Week of April 17 April 17, 2015
Yelawolf, Eminem, Large Professor, OG Maco, Quavo, Holt, King Louie, Dave East, Snoop Dogg, Lord Byron, White Gzus, Tela
Torii MacAdams recalls rappers before Romantic poets. When I think of Dallas, a city my father left for good at 18, I think of ranch-style homes lining wide avenues; the smell of early summer’s humidity and rain, a result of North Texas’ lightning-filled plains. I think of Big Tex, the Cotton Bowl, and my ruddy-faced uncle […]