Judd Apatow: a producer of lacklustre humdrum comedies which for some unfathomable reason are hugely successful. His portfolio includes scripts which, in an attempt to portray real life speech, are filled with staccato lines and awkward moments between awkward people. The result is not-that-comedic comedies and not-that-entertaining entertainment […]
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Whatever his stage name, Sean Combs will forever be remembered as the ruin-er and cheapen-er of Hip-Hop and Rap. From his early days trying to worm his way into music videos for the quick cameo, all the way to becoming the wannabe restaurateur, clothing designer, and celebrity-obsessed whore […]
Simon Cowell has become the bane of contemporary television and music. This socialite’s offspring has left a decade of god-awful television and pop music in his wake, and like most descendants of wealth, he was given his first job by his father, regardless of suitability. From this position […]
Iggy Azalea is part of a new breed of white wannabe rappers. More concerned with her outward appearance, she has somehow managed to crow-bar her way into modelling and music, both of which she is pitifully unqualified to do. Hanging around idiotic black acts who love sucking up […]
The once lyrically adept Nicki Minaj seemed like a breath of fresh air in the world of stagnant Hip-Hop. By the late noughties (2000’s) Hip-Hop as a genre was overfilled with dumbed-down lyrics, it needed new blood in order to inject some life into this decaying art-form. With […]
If you aren’t familiar with this wannabe documentary maker then you are one of the lucky ones. Those subjected to her pointless documentaries in the UK find themselves cringing at her aimless and downright amateurish handling of serious subjects. Stacey Dooley’s documentaries appear sporadically on BBC Three; a […]
Remember back in the mid-nineties when Xzibit was still a hardcore rapper who had respect from fans and critics alike? He used to appear on tracks with King Tee and The Alkaholiks and sometimes as part of the Golden State Warriors with fellow underground MCs Ras Kass and […]