Drake Likes Blac Chyna’s Pics, Poor Customer Service, and the End of Boardwalk Empire

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So first up, you might’ve heard that Tyga recently stated in an interview “I don’t like Drake as a person. He’s just fake to me.” Which is super corny to me, because honestly who cares whether Mr. Twist the Lime in the Coconut likes the King of the 6 or not. But what did excite […]

Our 5 Favorite Drake Moments From The ESPY’s

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Last night, Drake hosted the ESPY’s in Los Angeles, CA and did not disappoint. He managed to keep the crowd engaged and laughing throughout. He was one of the bright spots of the evening weaving in jokes that were both humorous and poignant. Not too much can be said about his fashion decisions… or the […]

Why We Aren’t Standing Out and Fitting In

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In his song, “Say What’s Real,” Drake makes a statement that could double as the motto or at least the recurring theme in the ideology of Gen-Y. He raps,“Don’t ever forget the moment you began to doubt, transitioning from fitting in to standing out.” He makes it clear for himself, and for others like him, […]

A Few Thoughts on Drake, Men and Emotional Vulnerability

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Since the panel I was apart of in DC about ‘Emotionally Unavailable Men‘ last month, I’ve thought about what I could write that pertains to the topic. I went back and read Mr. Spradley’s ‘So Don’t You Fall In Love: A Thesis for Emotionally Unavailable Men’ to form some ideas and came to the conclusion that he […]

This Is It: Has Jay-Z Become Fat Elvis?

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  In Part 1 of a three-part podcast involving myself and seveneighteen contributors McFly and Cousin D (along McFly’s brother Mack Mittens and Young Elvis), we started talking about Drake’s success, then somehow got to if Wu-Tang Clan was ever that good, if Jay-Z is now Fat Elvis, and comparing Reasonable Doubt to Illmatic. Unfortunately the Drake […]

10 Very Drake-y Lines from Nothing was the Same

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Drake’s third studio album, Nothing was the Same, which will officially drop on Sept. 24th- hit the e-streets about 24 hrs ago. If you do a little diggin’ maybe you can give it a few listens. In honor of Drake’s leak, Vulture.com serves up a list of ten of very Drake-y lines: 1. “Naked women swimmin, that’s […]

You Heard It? The Kendrick Lamar Verse on Control

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All you have to say is the “Kendrick Lamar verse” and your fellow brethren will know exactly what you speak of. Over the last 24 hours, Kendrick’s verse on Big Sean’s song ‘Control’ has made its rounds on Twitter and every other social media platform. The verse was hot because it embodies exactly what Hip-Hop always […]

10 Quick, Yet Hilarious Observations from Last Night’s Grammys

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Let’s take a quick look at what transpired at the 2013 Grammy Awards last night — here’s a quick list of 10 observations that stood out to me: 1. Whatever in holy hell Frank Ocean was talking about during his acceptance speech had most of America like, “Is Frank Ocean getting ready to put down […]

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The 10 Real Reasons Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey Are Beefing

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I’ve been on mental vacation since my birthday earlier this week. With the exception of watching Gunplay from MMG get thrown around like a ragdoll, I haven’t paid much attention to any news in the Entertainment business. I had two choices today on what I wanted to do for my humorous post on Friday. It […]

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Will Hip Hop Die If We Don’t Purchase “Good” Music?

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Nas released a gem last week. If you like rap music and you haven’t heard it by now, I would recommend you do so at your earliest convenience. It’s been a while since we’ve heard this type of rap music and it has been missed. A few of my frat brothers and me started to […]