Sitting down with Shea Serrano

Morgan Hunt sat down with New York Times best selling author and Twitter celebrity Shea Serrano to talk about his books, the power of having an army of followers on Twitter, and, of course, Kanye West.

It’s not even February, but “Wyclef Jean” is the video of the year

It’s only the third week of 2017, but I’m comfortable going on the record and calling Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” video the best video of the year. However, it’s probably not even fair to call it Thugger’s video. If you haven’t seen “Wyclef Jean”, the premise is simple. Young Thug contacted Pomp&Clout about directing his…

8 sentences to describe Nevershoutnever!’s 8 year old EP

There are a few things in this world that make me nostalgic for my glory days as a moody, yet helplessly romantic young teen. Among them are Warped Tour, rubber bracelets with band names printed on them, and any song from my Myspace playlist. Friday, all three came together when I saw a post celebrating…

Conversation Topics for Thanksgiving Dinner

Everyone has a crazy uncle who they know has been watching the news every day since last Thanksgiving to stock up on controversial topics to bring up and divide the table just as everyone is taking their first bite of turkey. However, do not fear, you can take it upon yourself to combat this and make this Thanksgiving the first one where your family watches the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade together in peace.

I Rode a MegaBus to See Mac DeMarco and Would Do It Again

My best friend and I awoke a few hours too early on the floor of my bedroom back at my parents’ house in Indianapolis last Saturday with pounding headaches and heavy eyelids, but it was okay because we were about to do something wild: take a three hour ride on a too hot, too full…

Who’s 2015’s Mac Daddy of Music?

The second half of 2015 has brought listeners a slew of new music from many established and up-and-coming artists, but among the most notable releases are Mac DeMarco, Mac Miller, and Macklemore. This brings up an interesting question to ponder: out of these three men sharing the same root name, who is the “Mac Daddy” of music?

Lil Dicky’s $0 Music Video

In a world where all we hear about are Lamborghinis, bottle service, and jewelry that costs more than a semester at IU, Lil Dicky has become a rap revolutionary. Collaborating with Fetty Wap and, quite ironically, Rich Homie Quan, Dicky produced an anthem all college kids who are balling on a budget will relate to,…