“Searching for Malik B.”

Rap seems like something we keep coming back to, as a culture. Fresh off a decade of women’s yoga pants populating in workplaces and a pop zeitgeist that siphoned rap beats but came across as generally more readymade than ever, we as a music listening collective are almost undeniably lacking in identity. But rap will […]


She’s got an English degree. I can’t believe she’s saying this. I can’t believe she doesn’t seem to grasp the satiric disposition of “Run for Your Life.” She’s acting like the song is an endorsement of violence against women, joking that she knows what Beatles song is Charles Manson’s second favorite. Rock bands have taken […]