In celebration of the recent decade-aversary of Bon Iver’s semi-self-titled sophomore album, MMH Contributor (and totally normal person who still cannot listen to more than three songs off For Emma, Forever Ago without breaking down in tears) Nate Mondschein revives his formerly Prince-centric All-NBA-esque ceremony for a new Justin Vernon-themed iteration.
The two longtime friends go down a meta-mockumentary rabbit hole in their new film to deconstruct St. Vincent’s rockstar persona.
MMH Altruist Carl Henderson, II shares his love for all things Griselda, giving insight on the way Westside Gunn blurs the lines of rap, wrestling, and fashion. Including a breakdown of Hitler Wears Hermès 8
Cody compares and contrasts the two professional leagues to settle the age-old debate about which is superior.
Chris Dodson shines a bright light over the city of New Orleans once again, with two brilliant college coaches, Rory Poplion and Shaun Dumas.
How singing gave us strength when confronted by the KKK and a reflection on the role of music in animating social movements throughout American history.
A nontraditional Certified Lover Boy review for a nontraditional artist. Chris Conner leaves the mic on your stage, MMH style.
With over 60,000 songs posted on Spotify a day, you could damn near bet your bottom dollar that at least 10,000 of those songs are dedicated to a Black male dead by gun violence, likely between the ages of 15-25. Chad thinks the streets that gave us hip-hop deserve better.
Phase 4 of the MCU finally produces a winner.
Carl Henderson, II, a lifelong Dipset stan, gives his take on what it felt like to watch his adolescence get demolished on live television at the recent The LOX Vs. Dipset Verzuz.