Lil Nas X made headlines when he announced the release of 666 pairs of “Satan shoes,” featuring a pentagram, a verse about Satan, and a drop of human blood.
‘WAP’ is brazen and brash, and we’re probably meant to believe it’s empowering, but what it really does is deprive sex of mystery and remove seduction from the process.
Brending’s beautiful visual style and ability to craft engaging characters is on full display, but the film’s attempt to say everything about misogyny leaves only a cursory understanding of the myriad topics addressed.
The Strokes are still together, with new music on the way. Against the odds, they never collapsed under the weight of a tumultuous career.
You need to listen to this song and watch this music video, because it’s a cultural moment that cannot be avoided.
Mary Katharine Ham and Kristen Soltis Anderson debate whose at the top of the late ’90s music video throne on this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
Britney Spears makes a comeback pointing out that, while men are not monolith, most of us want a sweetie that exudes sex while being sweet as honey.
It’s time to shift our eyes to the new revolutionaries, the Millennials, who will become part of our tradition whether we like it or not.
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