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Frere-Jones, who spent 11 years on staff at The New Yorker, will join Genius as an executive editor focusing on the annotation
Mahbod Moghadam, the co-founder of Rap Genius who posted offensive comments on alleged mass murderer Elliot Rodger's 141-page manifesto Sunday, has left the company, according to Recode's Kara Swisher.
Yesterday the Rap Genius community annotated Elliot Rodger’s manifesto on News Genius. Because this tragedy is still so raw
Aside from what Jay Z actually intended for the song to be about, it's even clearer if you actually look at the lyrics. He's
In a mea culpa published on Saturday, the website's three co-founders wrote: "[W]e owe a big thanks to Google for being fair
Google appears to have cracked down hard on a rap lyrics website that was allegedly trying to game its search algorithm.
RapGenius.com disappeared from top Google search results on Wednesday, TechCrunch first reported. As of Thursday afternoon
On the first listen Matangi, is like one of those books that you wanna stay up and read. With Matangi M.I.A. is the tenured cool professor, doling out lessons and earworms.
Egypt is falling apart again. Ashton Kutcher is playing his own holy trinity, living as Steve, Ashton, and Chris all at once
The Mikva Juvenile Justice Council (MJJC) wants to keep youth away from the criminal justice system. MJJC is developing new
The Springboro Board of Education angered local residents after posting contract proposals in the midst of negotiations with the teacher's union, but another recent event has overshadowed the efforts of the president and other members of the board to privatize Springboro schools.
If you somehow missed the week of May 24th, 2013, you overlooked some of the biggest stories of the 21st century.
On GKMC, Lamar's vernacular remains rich with swagger and his unordinary yet on point internal rhymes maintain to freely roll off his tongue.
(Reporting By Sarah McBride; Editing by Bernard Orr) SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Venture capitalist Ben Horowitz is famous
F&L II is a wide-ranging triumph of imagination and art -- oh yeah, and it features a lot of incredible rapping!
In the case of DJ Khaled, I've often wondered whether he may have been born with ten or so exclamation points after his name. His latest venture and sixth studio album, Kiss the Ring, probably strengthens my theory.
This album is virtually a remake of Bruce Springsteen's 1975 classic Born to Run. Don't believe us? Read on for five indisputable pieces of evidence.
This little collection serves as a fantastic snapshot of where hip-hop was at in 1996. There's an overstuffed but awesome posse cut, a serious message tune, a nod to the South, a song by and for ladies getting their freak on, and, most notably, a couple appearances by Jay-Z.
The more things change, the more Childish Gambino's commitments to Asian women and pop-culture references stay the same. The style wrapped around those CG mainstays is evolving for the better, though.