Anthony reviews new releases by Okonkolo, Yves Tumor, $uicideBoy$, Russ, Thou, Lana Del Ray, and Eminem.
Anthony reviews new releases by Armand Hammer, Eminem, and George Clanton. Plus discussions on Eminem's continued fall from grace and whether or not To Pimp a Butterfly would have received a 10/10 had someone like 6ix9ine made it instead of Kendrick Lamar.
Anthony reviews new releases by Blood Orange, Interpol, Oh Sees, Hermit and the Recluse, and Twenty One Pilots. Plus discussions on emo rap and anonymity in music.
In this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, D. Respect and I once again run through a list of the worst rappers out right now, as chosen by you guys over social media. We don't fully agree with the nine picks, but we go over why each artist might be catching all the negativity.
A new episode of the Internet's most inconsistent podcast, as well as a rare appearance by my wife, Dominique - it's a Valentine's Day miracle! Join us as we (attempt) to recommend and discuss at length a new batch of 20 love songs we love.
In this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, I talk with fellow music critics Zoe Camp and Beezy430 about what it takes to review an album. It's a long set of conversations, but I personally feel as if I barely scratched the surface of this massive, multi-faceted issue. Let me know in the comments if you'd like to see a followup conversation.
In this episode of the TND Podcast, my guest is illustrator, animator, and fellow Death Grips fanatic Dominick Rabrun. He and I have a lengthy discussion about how exactly to get into Death Grips' music. How exactly to enjoy the experimental hip hop trio's music has become a frequently asked question over the years, so I figured I'd try my best to tackle it in-depth with this podcast episode.
In this episode of The Needle Drop Podcast, D. Respect and I run through a list of the ten worst rappers out right now. All rappers were culled from a list of suggestions made by you over social media. We don't fully agree with the suggestions, but we go over why each artist might be catching all the negativity.