William E. Ketchum III is a writer, commentator and producer who covers music, pop culture, race, culture, mental health and social justice.
The entire rap world has been chomping at the bit for Drake to respond to Pusha-T’s scornful diss track, “The Story of Adidon,” but only one man was able to stop it from happening: J Prince.
Kanye’s art suggests is that the man is hurting, and his eighth studio album, Ye, proves that inner anguish isn’t always a fast track to outward genius.
How Does Pusha-T’s “The Story Of Adidon” Stack Up Against The Most Ruthless Diss Tracks Of All Time?
As shocking as Pusha’s below-the-belt barbs may seem, they’re not so rare in the history of hip-hop.
Jordan will go down as one of the most iconic athletes and pop culture figures of all time, but all things considered, LeBron is the GOAT.
In this past week’s battle with Pusha T, the 6 God appears to have been outsmarted for the first time.
Pusha T has been bodying verses for as long as anyone has heard him, but his latest release, the noticeably concise DAYTONA, has the younger Thornton brother sounding the most deliberate he’s been since Clipse’s 2006 LP Hell Hath No Fury.
With a biopic in the works, will Mike Tyson’s past sexual assault allegations resurface and land him the Bill Cosby treatment?
The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have directly impacted the careers of men who have committed varying levels of sexual assault (Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey), or who have operated in a gray area (Aziz Ansari). But should Mike Tyson suffer the same fate?
Last month, Kanye West announced an onslaught of new G.O.O.D. Music projects slated to drop over the summer - and first up is none other than the label’s president, Pusha T, with a new album titled DAYTONA.
Book Of Ryan continues a four-year, six-album streak of top-tier lyricism, with noted personal and artistic growth in the process.
William Ketchum III explains why more and more black men are speaking about mental illness, depression and even being open about therapy.
Earn Proves He's Ruthless Enough to Survive the Music Business 'Atlanta Robbin Season' Finale [Recap]
Robbin Season has hardened Earn, and he’s made it clear that he won’t be eaten. But it’s cost him a lot in the process.
Paper Boi is the Embodiment of When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: 'Atlanta' Season Two Episode Eight [Recap]
Dave Chappelle had a segment called “When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong” on Chappelle’s Show. It looks like Paper Boi is catching a serious case of the issue on this week’s episode of Atlanta.
Van Loses Herself Going on a Dummy Mission Looking for Drake: 'Atlanta' Season Two Episode Seven [Recap]
In this week’s episode of Atlanta, titled “Champagne Papi,” Van goes on a dummy mission.
What Happens When Darius Meets a Michael Jackson Lookalike Inside of a Creepy Mansion? 'Atlanta' Season Two Episode Six [Recap]
Starting with a sigh, Darius stepped off of an elevator into a creepy house, into the eeriest episode of Atlanta yet.
A Barbershop is a Black Man's Haven...Tell That to Paper Boi's Barber: 'Atlanta' Season Two Episode Five [Recap]
The only thing as loyal as a black woman to a black man is a black man to his barber. And in the last two episodes of Atlanta, both have been pushed to their limits.