If substance consumption is a topic that sparks your excitement, then Miami rapper Lil Pump’s sophomore album serves as the ultimate dissertation.
On his eighth solo outing, Yeezus leaves his throne in lieu of becoming a mortal man.
Our hip hop critics go b2b for a track by track analysis of this comeback LP, feat. Q-Tip, Jarobi White, the late Phife Dawg and very special guests.
The latest record by the rapper turned celebrity that people love to love and love to hate.
Cult MTL‘s hip hop reporter Darcy MacDonald and Montreal producer/DJ Shash’U do a track-by-track, B2B-style review of Ye’s new record.
Drake vs. Kanye + all the rap shows and dance parties fit to print (and even some that aren’t, because that guy should be in jail, maybe).
Trap, electro-soul, jazz, DIY DJing and more Montreal parties this weekend.
Last night’s Kanye West concert at the Bell Centre presented two choices: Dismiss Yeezy as a pretentious nut divorced from reality, or allow his artistry to mess with your head for two-and-a-half hours.
* Enter our Academy Rewards contest
* Red Bull Music Academy doc at the PHI Centre
* Drink and Draw at Hurley’s Irish Pub
* Notre Dame de Bingo at NDQ
* Kanye West!
* Been Trill, High Klassified & RYAN Playground
We like Kanye, most of the time. But the second verse of “New Slaves” is not the best verse in rap history. Sorry.