J. Cole isn’t one for tip-toeing around the unsaid. In fact, I’d say he is the champion of bringing what’s unsaid into the center of our societal forum. Before you continue reading, this must be known: I have been a J. Cole fan since his Friday Night Lights mixtape. So yes, I’m one of those. Therefore,
By now, any stan or hater knows the half-joke, half-praise J. Cole receives for “going platinum with no features” on 2014 Forest Hills Drive. He’s almost guaranteed to do it again for his recent drop, KOD. But whatever. Everyone can admit he’s talented, so I’m not here to argue about whether the dude is corny or the rap messiah. I’m here
No Tears Left to Cry is emotionally uplifting and a definite summer vibe For months, Nickelodeon princess-turned-pop star queen Ariana Grande has been silent on her social media channels, alluding to her work on an upcoming fourth album. But recently, Grande teased a new single, “No More Tears to Cry”, out on her Instagram and
You’ll never see an artist tweet out a Google Play link to their new single. This is for good reason.
It’s 2018 and I’m getting ready for Brooklyn Emo Night. Is it too on the nose to wear the Dashboard Confessional shirt I bought at one of their anniversary concerts? Emo music, known mostly for dramatic, angsty lyrics and accompanying Hot Topic wardrobes, has mostly retreated into music history, though bands have been making the