Yoni Yardeni, Pierce College
Society is straying further and further from the moth’s lamp on the daily.
Lil Wayne’s newest release is a journey through his ridiculously vast and remarkably witty discography.
Do as a saint do, turn painful to graceful.
So much for not releasing any new music in 2018, Jeffery.
He’s a huge fan of the word ‘drip,’ for one thing.
It’s not his best work, but there are still bangers to be found.
It’s been a good year for the Flower Boy.
We miss you. Come home.
I been gettin’ lotta fettucine!
The year is only halfway over, but these rap songs have already gone the extra mile.
When he grows up, even Adonis will be disappointed with his dad’s first double album.
Jeffrey is dead. Long live SEX.
This is cool and all, but where’s Waluigi?
No, not Miami … Switzerland!
A wrap-up of the Drake/Pusha-T beef, with no detail spared.
Lil Wayne’s 2008 album is a modern-day classic ‘cause Wayne win, and they lose.
The master of making the same song fifty different ways has done it again, and you’re going to love it.
After emerging from his hermitry, the R&B artist has used his can’t-miss radio show as a platform to release waves of new music.
Already we’ve witnessed the luck of the Irish, a very Kawhiet storm and the birth of a beautiful nickname, all in just one round.
The producer, performing artist and YouTube sensation has a surprise planned for fans when he reaches 37 million views.
In his eponymous debut album, Carti flexes an ‘it’ factor that’s bigger than his music.
Set to release on April 14, judging from the newly released single “HUMBLE,” Lamar might be dropping his most vicious album yet.
The six craziest moments from this year’s NCAA Men’s Tournament.
After three months, the year looks to belong to some of the same names that dominated 2016.
It might be too soon to tell, but this year’s draft looks like it could severely shake up the NBA’s status quo.
Who will take home the Larry O’Brien trophy this year? Probably exactly who you expect.
Whether you’re bright and chipper, baked beyond belief or just a bit peckish, there’s a cereal for you.
In an NBA season unlike any other in history, the league’s top honors take on a special importance.
Korman, a UC Santa Cruz student, and his label, “Not Okay,” are channeling the DIYpunk vibe of Southern California.
The once-proud franchise has languished for the last few years, but an exciting menagerie of young talent has fans hopeful for the future.
The move from Farmville to ‘The Denver Guardian’ was put in place through the calculated actions of, well, you.
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