Needless to say, the beat is BIG. It’s a swanky deep house number that perfectly complements Azealia’s tongue-twister bars and dazzling singing. If only she’d quit the pointless Twitter beefs and become as sophisticated a person in real life as she is in her music.
Cowbells, groovy guitars, dissonant synths that sound they were produced by a broken N64 and a soliloquy about pushing a rubber band over a plastic jar – just another normal day in the life of batshit-crazy rockers Guerilla Toss. This zany cranium-curdler comes straight off the band’s new LP, Eraser Stargazer.
Despite the frightening cast, this pop-rock collaboration isn’t as hideous as I expected. If anything it’s actually rather fun – Joe Perry and Travis Barker laying down some catchy guitar and drums. It’s corny as a cornfield and I feel like a bad man for liking it.
Ok, so I’m very late on the bandwagon with this one. US rapper B.o.B has claimed that the world is flat, which led to a debate with physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, which has led to this diss track here. Is this some cheap cry for attention? Does B.o.B seriously think the world is flat? It’s because of goofs like this guy that people don’t take hip hop seriously.