Pusha T delivers something old, something new and something borrowed with DAYTONA

Marrying old school hip hop with modern influences, plus Kanye West’s influence in production, Pusha T delivers plenty of promise with DAYTONA.

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Top 10 Kanye West Tracks

The undeniably influential hip-hop maestro gets put under the spotlight as we pick his ten best songs.

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Our 20 Most Anticipated Albums of 2018

Here’s why you should be psyched about this year in music.

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Track Review: Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do

Celebrity beef looms large over Taylor Swift’s latest release, but does this come at the cost of authenticity?

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RANKED: Kanye West

The debut in the RANKED series, the blinkclyro team delivers their definitive list of Kanye West’s work from worst to best.

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MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUMS OF 2017

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Welcome to the very first post on blinkclyro.com in 2017! Feeling hungover? Full of regret already? Don’t worry, you’ve got the next 365 days to make things even worse. Having had the month of December to reminisce about the best and worst of the last year in music, it’s now time to…

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Top 50 Songs of 2016

        By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) It’s here! Chuck those negative opinions aside as for the next week we’ll be counting down my musical highlights of the year. While 2016 was full of many negative events (US election, multiple celebrity death, suicide squad, damn daniel etc.), on the other side of the coin music…

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How The Reaction To The Media’s Kanye Coverage Is Stigmatising Mental Health

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) It’s not uncommon for creatives to suffer from mental health issues. A well dissected effected named after famous poet and novelist Sylvia Plath is one such documented phenomenon that suggests that poets are more susceptible to mental illness than other writers with some,  including Plath herself, going as far as to end their…

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FAV ALBUMS OF 2016 (SO FAR)

As we bid farewell to the first half of the year and set out for a new batch of high quality albums and singles, now is a better time than any to have a little retrospective on what we experienced or, better yet, enjoyed between January and July of 2016. Of course there are plenty that…

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