This mixtape finds Wayne trading in his punchline style to focus on flow, flow, and more flow.
Articles by Dan Weiss
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The year’s biggest “boy band” gets better and better with each release.
Marshall Mathers sounds ugly, arthritic, and pleasureless on his disastrous ninth studio album.
The white, American, guitar-based mainstream continues to find an edge on ballots
Music’s most prestigious awards show is getting better but still has a lot of catching up to do.
The band’s sprawling breakthrough continues to surprise and baffle 20 years later.
It’s so rare that four white dudes selling 18 million units knew the limits of their powers.
We grew up on them, we grew with them, and now we’re growing old together… And we feel fine.
Beck’s most plainly listenable record in years.
The compilation makes a case for revisiting Jackson’s lesser works, even as it cherry-picks from them.