You have to be a Grade A idiot to believe that Kanye endorses Trump for his policies and his alt-right following, seriously what universe do you think Ye would do that? I’m not denying for one second that they way Kanye has gone about it is sloppy, but really? You think Kanye backs building the wall? Wake up and stop demonising a man for preaching his free thought. Continue reading “We Need to Talk about Kanye West”
What a year. When making this shortlist we had over 20 albums and whittled it down to the top 10. From electronic classics to indie anthems and rap masterpieces, 2013 had it all. Here’s the top 10 albums of 2013, as voted for by Viberant. Continue reading “TBT: Top 10 Albums of 2013”
2005 was a year full of exciting releases, promising debuts and high profile names; but who brought out the cream of the crop for that year? Continuing our Throwback Thursday with the top 10 albums of 2005, have a look at what tops our list.
Kendrick Lamar has caused shockwaves in the music industry throughout his career, whether that be with his groundbreaking studio albums or his guest appearances on other artists’ work. These are his ten best verses as a feature on other work, some of which are regarded as some of the best verses of the century.
2017 was an absolutely unbelievable year for rap and music in general. We saw stellar releases from Kendrick Lamar, Vince Stapes, Tyler the Creator and Joey Bada$$. My one critique is that despite rap being on amazing form, R&B matched it and maybe even beat it. SZA, Miguel and Daniel Caesar all brought out great albums. It’s still relatively early in the year, but could we be looking at 2018 being raps biggest year yet? Continue reading “Will 2018 Be Raps Biggest Year Yet?”