RIFF’d: The Game’s ‘1992’

The Game is the Red Lobster of rap; not altogether terrible, but cheap, easy and exactly what you’d expect every single time. His eighth studio album 1992 contains all the familiar flavors and dishes that […]

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RIFF’d: Norah Jones’ ‘Day Breaks’

As far as genres go few have been as unfairly categorized as jazz; relegated to the past and unfairly represented by cheap copycats. But things have changed, the past two years alone have seen a cavalry […]

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‘Stranger Things’ Kids Freestyle Theme Song Lyrics

The Netflix series Stranger Things has been a surprise hit. Its mysterious narratives, supernatural undertones, and conspiracy theories have enthralled audiences. And like every great series there is an equally great opening song, which in this […]

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RIFF’d: Usher’s ‘Hard II Love’

Usher is something of an ageless wonder. He dips off the radar for years, only to reappear stronger, more potent than ever. He cultivates his experiences and then seamlessly transforms them into pop masterpieces, never […]

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RIFF’d: M.I.A.’s ‘A.I.M’

M.I.A. has built a legacy around her jab; a powerful and steady puncher who always found her mark. The problem with her technique, however, is that while it’s nimble and smooth, it lacks depth and can […]

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Listing: Angel Olsen’s ‘My Woman’ in 5 Longing Lyrics

Angel Olsen‘s My Woman is a lesson in longing; yearning for something so much that it stirs the mind and body into action. The keys here, and what makes the album such a success is […]

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UK Prisoners Denied Their Uncensored ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

NPR (National Prison Radio) has recently been accused of treating inmates not like animals, but “fluffy munchkins.” The organization, which proclaims itself as “the world’s first national radio station for prisoners,” broadcasts music, poetry readings and […]

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RIFF’D: Frank Ocean’s ‘Blond’

Frank Ocean‘s Blond is an appropriate follow up to Channel Orange. Instead of releasing a predictable and formulaic sequel, which would have been the easy thing to do he dove deep into his experiences as […]

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Never Mind Words, Text Lyrics with This App

I’ve you’ve ever flubbed a response or floundered for the right words to say when texting someone, the folks over at Soundslates have a solution for you. The digital music production community created a app called Bars (available […]

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British Man Files Consumer Complaint with Eminem Lyrics

There’s no arguing Eminem‘s influence on rap and popular culture, but as these things go someone has taken the fandom to a whole new level. Jay Whalley of Preston, UK recently used lyrics from Eminem’s […]

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