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common sense, XXXTentacion and Hip-Hop Morality in 2018

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image logic's "Bobby Tarantino II" debuted at No. 1. per week later, XXXTentacion's latest album hit the chart. credit Matt Sayles/Invision, by means of Matt Sayles, by means of Invision, via linked Press
The Popcast is hosted via Jon Caramanica, a pop music critic for The manhattan times. It covers the latest in pop track criticism, trends and news.
ultimate month, the earnest rapper logic released "Bobby Tarantino II," which made its debut on the correct of the Billboard album chart. It become the culmination of a decided climb from backpack-rap obscurity to pop-rap ubiquity, and perhaps early be aware of an impending realignment of rap's energy constitution.
Popcast logic, XXXTentacion and Hip-Hop Morality in 2018
A conversation concerning the earnest rapper and the SoundCloud renegade, each successes of up to date information superhighway-driven rap fandom.
Its reign was brief, even though. After only one week, it changed into knocked out of the desirable spot by means of a rapper working the polar opposite of the ethical spectrum: XXXTentacion, the most versatile artist of the SoundCloud rap generation, and also the one with the most heinous allegations of crook behavior.
These two artists are both successes of up to date cyber web-driven fandom. And however their musical and thematic techniques are very distinct, they have got issues in common that could no longer be evident from a floor read, when it comes to the emotional language they installation and the way they connect with younger hip-hop fanatics.
To discuss these artists, and the way they relate to examples of male frailty in prior generations of pop tune, Mr. Caramanica is joined on this week's Popcast via Lindsay Zoladz, a workforce author at the Ringer and former pop tune critic for manhattan magazine.
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