Watch some hipsters say they love bands that are totally made up.
It's fun to laugh at stuff that's dated, and it doesn't get much more dated than "Bug A Boo." I'll page you about it.
Still believe the blues is a man's world? You'd be surprised. Thank your local record company promoter for keeping these amazing talents out of the public eye.
Let's put on some flannel, watch reruns of My So-Called Life while Nirvana plays in the background on our cool mix tape! Are you nostalgic yet?
An analysis of popular hip-hop songs from 2000 to 2010 shows that rappers aren't glorifying violence; instead, their songs point out rampant unfairness in the criminal justice system.
Though "Accidental Racist" is a clumsy attempt, Paisley deserves credit for tackling the display of a racist imagery in a song.
Rap has drawn criticism from its fair share of critics, but it has also served to inspire a generation of youth. Here is what rap means to me.
A review of Anonymous's new album: socio-political rage, the brutal squelching of instinct and the numbing nature of commercialization. All rapped with a dash of humor.