“Want Me Bad” by Kyle

Kyle’s latest single, “Want Me Bad” continues the style that his latest three singles have, in that they use fewer samples and less piano than his previous music in favor of a more synth beat. While his last three tracks seemed to have value and meaning underneath their catchy beats, this track just does not…

“Get Out” Review

Who would have thought that Jordan Peele would make his directorial debut with a satirical horror film in early 2017? Certainly, not me, but I am so glad that he did. “Get Out” centers around an interracial relationship between Chris and Rose, ¬†played by Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams, as they visit Rose’s parents for…

“Nocturnal Animals” Review

The second film from famous fashion designer, Tom Ford, tells the story of a well-off art dealer as she receives a violent and disturbing book from her first ex-husband. This movie was a trip. The film is split into three timelines. The first is with Susan Morrow, played tremendously by Amy Adams, and consists of…

“iSpy” by Kyle

Kyle has recently released his third single, preceded by “Doubt It” and “Blame”. “iSpy” carries the same ‘Drake-ish’ vibe that his other two tracks had, but with a more upbeat and joyful tone overall. While the track’s melody becomes monotonous near the end, it’s catchy and humorous lyrics make it worthy of any hype rap…

Kyle’s New Singles

With the release of two singles in the latter half of this year, it is becoming more and more apparent that Kyle’s junior effort is going to be a change of pace from the upbeat party vibes of his last album, substituting them for a more chill and fluid-like flow and progression. With the first…

My Favorite Directors

Below is a list of my favorite directors working in film today, as well as my personal favorite films of theirs. A few of them may only have one or two movies to their credit, but it is undeniable that they are a force to be reckoned with. Let me know who your favorite directors…

“Bobby Tarantino” by Logic

So on July 1, 2016, Logic released another mixtape, supposedly to serve as a prelude to another album he plans to release later this year. While some individual tracks, such as “Slave II”, “Super Mario World”, and “Deeper Than Money” (which he actually performed live as a journal entry he rapped to the audience) succeed…