Kendrick Lamar Appears to Be Taking Aim at Kanye West, Most of the Rap Industry in “Humble” Video

As Kendrick Lamar fever continues to escalate in the wake of the release of his first single, “The Heart Part 4,” from his first forthcoming album in two years, a second track, “Humble,” has only added fuel to the fire. Regardless of whether the record comes out at the hinted …

The Original Sex and the City Intro Titles Could Have Set A Far Grimmer Tone for the Show

Upon watching Sex and the City enough times, you inevitably take to skipping through the opening credits, the jazzy sound of which starts to grate on one’s nerves after enough devoted viewing. Nonetheless, the iconography of that pink tutu worn so confidently by Carrie Bradshaw with her knowing eyebrow raises and …

A Talking Pizza & A Commentary on Decay Amid Gentrification Among Some of the Standouts of the “Saturnz Barz” Video From Gorillaz

Picking up in a similar vein as where the video for “Hallelujah Money” featuring Benjamin Clementine left off, “Saturnz Barz” keeps the tone of Gorillaz’s forthcoming album, Humanz, political. Directed by animator and co-Gorillaz creator Jamie Hewlett, the video begins with an iPad inside a gigantic room featuring voyeuristic footage …