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Top 50 Death Grips Songs

Death Grips are now seven projects deep into their discography after their most recent release ‘Year Of The Snitch’ dropped earlier this year. That’s almost 100 songs to date, but which are the best? Well fear no more, as I have stayed well and truly noided and ranked them all for you lovely people. Here are Death Grips’ 50 best songs.
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Viberant Profile: Ellis Karran

So for those that don’t know, Viberant is run by three people; myself, Liam Jones and Callum Galloway. We all have musical opinions and artists that we agree on enjoying, such as the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Brockhampton; but we also have some vastly disagreeable thoughts. Whether that be Liam completely disregarding Radiohead, Cal refusing to accept that bands other than The Strokes and The 1975 exist or me being a ride-or-die to bands many would consider cheesy these days like the Kings of Leon. Viberant profiles helps you get us more, so here is mine.

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Drake – Scorpion: Album Review

On Scorpion, Drake proves himself to be the living, breathing example of the “get you a man who can do both” meme; with Side A showing his gang-heavy mandem rap side and Side B working as the perfect antidote for your WCW’s most recent heartbreak. One of these sides hugely outshines the other in terms of quality, and I think you can guess which one that is… Continue reading “Drake – Scorpion: Album Review”

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Death Grips – Year of the Snitch: Album Review

We all know by now that Death Grips aren’t for everyone’s taste but with this their sixth studio album they prove once again why they are one of music’s hottest and most intriguing commodities as well as being one of the most important groups in modern hip-hop. Continue reading “Death Grips – Year of the Snitch: Album Review”

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Nas – NASIR: Album Review

Nas being back is excellent for hip-hop, his style and craft is something that the genre desperately needs in these times of Soundcloud and chart hits. Being a voice is Nas’ field of expertise, but that can often be his downfall. On NASIR, we are given the good and not so good of the Queensbridge rapper, but above all it’s just fantastic to hear him rhyme again. Continue reading “Nas – NASIR: Album Review”