Aubrey Drake Graham has come a very long way in a fairly short time, and along the way he’s said some really great things that will make you kind of want to start collecting Drake cover issues at the grocery story like me. #YOLO!!
“I’ve dated girls, and I’ve liked girls. But they’re usually straight girls, so it never works out. I’m not THAT gay, so I don’t have the energy to convince someone else to be gay, you know?”
Banks is an anti-glamour loudmouth chasing big-time success without mercy or apology, because, let’s face it, who has time to apologize when you’re becoming famous this fucking fast?
Hit the club and drop it low/Lower than my credit score — Lyrics from my yet-to-be-recorded mixtape.
Who has her own record label and a sick flow? This chick.
“A sexy, sexy playlist for those nights when you’re drunk and silly and snuggly, and want to love up your lady with a grin.”
Odd Future’s Syd tha Kid and Matt Martian’s video from their upcoming “Internet” album is 99% sweet sweet girl-on-girl culture and 1% something else.
“For the first time in my life, I feel I could actually, legitimately, without room for interpretation, fail at something.”
Kanye West is seeking redemption — he’s just having a hard time wading through all the diamonds to get there.
Swimsuit up and jump into this carefree collection of summer tunes!
Rachel’s Team Pick: This girl knows what she’s doing; hip-hop had better be ready.
Summer may be half over, but the dance party is just beginning with these boss summer mixtapes. Put some beer in the cooler and get to it, Autostraddlers.
Did you know there are at least three songs with the lyrics, “My girl gotta girlfriend”? Girls who like girls exist in urban music. But that’s not necessarily a good thing.
Intern Grace’s Team Pick: There is a free Sara Quin song that you will probably like because it’s Sara Quin.
16 tracks, mixed pretty freakin well, all of which are perfect for getting down with your bad self.
Hipster or lesbian? Whatever, I’m obsessed with this video.
“Brace yourself for some riverdancing, vehicle explosions, a Mozambician dance troupe, awkward product placements, killer thigh muscles, male militia and girls, hundreds of girls. Let’s watch!”
“Why should I care about this music or its “brilliance” when the message is so repulsive and irresponsible?”
My wife put me on to the Nickster about two years before Pink Friday dropped. We are Nicki Minaj lovers and we don’t give a f*ck.
Lil B explains naming his album “I’m Gay,” a True Story of sexual fluidity, people paint their nails pink in solidarity, and more!