The Controversial “I’m Not Racist” by Joyner Lucas: A Double-Sided Perspective
by Apr 14, 2021

Joyner Lucas returns with a video for his absolute banger “I’m Not Racist.” As expected, the “508-507-2209” single tackles one of the most important social issues that modern America has to face. The disconnect between white and black people with both sides facing each other for a brutally honest conversation.

The History of New Wave Music and How It All Began
by Mar 15, 2021

New wave music originated as a more pop-oriented genre to the emergence of punk rock music, hard rock, and heavy metal music in the 1970s. New wave was prominently popular in the United States and the United Kingdom in the late 1970s through the end of the 1980s, though some... Read More

The Story Behind Save Your Tears by The Weeknd
by Feb 10, 2021

The Weeknd’s album After Hours came out in March 2020 and it instantly became a worldwide hit. Almost a year later, the singer released a new music video for Save Your Tears and it certainly raised a lot of questions among his fans. From the meaning behind the lyrics of... Read More

Lil Pump Claims His Uniqueness in Be Like Me: A New Ego Rap Anthem
by Feb 1, 2021

New wave mumble rapper Lil Pump teams up with Hip Hop veteran Lil Wayne for a new Ego Rap anthem entitled 'Be Like Me'. Produced by Chris Barnett, the song details the characteristics that separate Lil Pump from the rest of us while everyone gets a taste of the young rapper’s lifestyle from his own perspective.

The History of Punk Rock Music and How It Evolved
by Jan 14, 2021

Punk rock music originated from the harsher, more aggressive 1960s rock and roll music that was popular in the United States and the United Kingdom, including early songs by popular British Invasion groups like The Kinks and The Who and regionally popular American bands dubbed “garage rock.” Punk is a... Read More