With "Load," they became the fully realized, crappy, dad rock bad they always wanted to be.
if you boil the 1990s down, leave it to strain and simmer, you’re left with one phrase: "zig-a-zig-ahh."
The Chicago rapper's new mixtape marches to its own beat.
To describe 'The Colour in Anything' as sad would be ironing out most of its depth, not to mention its fundamental optimism.
Against all odds, album number nine is a stunner.
Skepta's career has slalomed everywhere—from gun shot instrumentals to Ibiza pool party glitz—so it's all the more poignant that he's arrived back in this very special place.
You might fuck with Skepta now, but its hearing The Lighthouse Family's "Ocean Drive" in your dad's Fiat Panda on the way to the grocery store that will stick with you forever.
'Lemonade' isn’t for the weak or the thoughtless. Pour the lemonade from pitcher to pitcher, softly intertwining its components. Give it time. Handle with care. Sip slow.