The rapper’s debut album proves once and for all that Lil Nas X is no one-hit wonder.
Tirhakah Love is a writer from Houston Texas who began writing culture criticism at MTV News. His work on music, pop culture, and politics have been published in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, The San Francisco Chronicle and LA Times. He also hosts a forthcoming YouTube series and podcast called Free Cable.
The rapper has gotten Twitter heat for his goofy streak on two new features. He’s more than earned the right to joke around.
The ham-fisted social issues thriller, which premiered Tuesday night on BET, is a predictable mess of hateration and holleration.
“The Office” alum B.J. Novak deftly navigates sociopolitical landmines in his new FX anthology series, a lighthearted answer to “Black Mirror.”
Based on the acclaimed graphic novel of the same name, FX on Hulu’s “Y: The Last Man” is set in a future where every living thing with a Y chromosome has been annihilated.
“People think that his association with luxury was because he was impressed with that shit, but he couldn’t care less,” pal Al Diaz explains.
From “Lovecraft Country” to “Watchmen” to docs produced by NBA stars, we’ve been inundated with reappraisals of the 1921 tragedy. But they betray the bigger picture.
The Houston-based indie rapper is launching her own record label, Lowkey Superstar, in order to provide a more artist-friendly platform for herself and other independent acts.
The musical artist and entrepreneur’s tenth studio album is, like all things Kanye, a mess of contradictions that overstays its welcome.
The Rachel Nichols/Maria Taylor and Kevin Durant/Draymond Green sagas reveal how Black employees are mistreated by largely white management.