Still can’t believe I got to speak at the actual Oxford Union arguing that Kanye West is more relevant than William Shakespeare. So happy others get to see it now.Read More
I spoke at the Oxford Union debates (no, for real). Keep an eye out for the video, which should be posted in the next few weeks, where I argue that Kanye West is more relevant than Shakespeare. I’m posh af.
When I was in my early 20s, one of my favorite writers, Nathan Rabin, reviewed my CD and, for the right reasons, trashed it. 15 years later, he read my book and learned more about my musical journey and the story underneath it all for the A.V. Club and a circle of life occurred that I only could’ve dreamed of when I first read his opinion as a kid.
To read the review, click HERE.
I spoke with the people at Rare about the weird marriage between rap and comedy that I’ve found myself bonded in.
To read, click HERE.
When I was 12, I was in a rap group called X-Tra Large that opened for Ice-T’s Rhyme Syndicate. This is that video. If you’ve read my book, you know about this moment, but it’s even more insane than you thought.
The good people at Medium have published an excerpt from my book, “Kanye West Owes Me $300,” and you can read it for free by CLICKING HERE.
This coming Thursday, August 18th, I’ll be signing copies of my book, and answering questions (except THAT ONE) from 7-9 PM at G1988 (West), 7308 Melrose Ave. We will have books available for purchase, or you can just bring your copy. Would love to see you there!
I sat with two pals, Vanessa and Jonah Bayer, to talk to them about my book, but mostly just Blossom.
I was asked to do the Sad Punks podcast and create a special playlist to feature on the show. I picked underrated songs from the years 1994, widely regarded as the best year for hip-hop.