The Masterful Lyricism of Kendrick Lamar

By Trevor Jones

Kendrick Lamar, who is arguably the greatest rapper alive (and maybe ever), has certified his brilliance in his recent winning of the Pulitzer Prize for Music for DAMN. But his newest album may not feature his best storytelling.

DISCLAIMER: This article will feature politically charged/explicit lyrics that could offend some individuals.

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Artists You’ll Dig

by Isabele Riser

As the days start to hit oven temperatures of 90+ºF and sunburns and jean shorts become more popular topics of conversation than cropped turtlenecks and ski tans, the playlists you’re jamming to have to make the switch from rainy day comfortable tunes to sunny up and up jams fit for playing catch in the sun and lazing around in the shade. So here’s some oldies, some goodies, some newbies, and some heebie jeebies too…

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I Take Coachella

by Noah Wali

Coachella 2017 was definitely one for the books, and there’s no doubt about it.  Here on this article of the Dig, if you choose to continue reading (choose wisely), you will experience the story of a 15 year old at the biggest music festival in the world, mostly by himself.

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