Shedding light on every corner of the meme-able Toronto rapper’s catalog.
Articles by Sheldon Pearce
With every passing release, Future grows more confident, and more callous.
Atlanta rap trio talk about innovating and originating, but don’t do much of either.
G.O.O.D. Music honcho delivers a stellar preview to his long-awaited King Push.
The Long Beach rapper just wants people to understand each other.
New York rapper succeeds just being the best and most honest version of himself.
Sheldon Pearce examines Ian Fleming’s iconic special agent and looks into the future.
A posse cut without pretense and the showpiece of a stylistic partnership that feels long overdue.
Dance-punk outfit continues to lose the remaining remnants of punk in their sound.
Bradford Cox and co.’s dizzying, dazzling latest abandons mania entirely.
Much like Jack White and Alison Mosshart themselves, the supergroup’s third album refuses to settle.
The cerebral Chicago rapper bears new fruit on his nine-song EP.