hiphop head

Came to school thought it would turn me into a scholar.
Turned me into a fool, an employee, in debt.
Searching for the All Mighty Dollar.
Selfishness sickness society.
Living is so expensive you can’t afford to
die for free.
I’m seeing the greatest minds of my time
being destroyed by vanity.
Insanity that has conquered all of our humanity.
I need to pray, yet I’ll probably sin first.
Ginsburg Howled. Riffat Matin Hollas.
Came to school to become a scholar.
Lost my soul, in search of
The All Mighty Dollar.

Riffat Matin. Keep Kids In Art Classes. 2017. 



A Loser’s Guide to Sub Pop’s Best Albums of the decade so far…

10. The Head and The Heart - Let’s Be Still
Mumford and Sons copycats that are better than Mumford and Sons.

9. Beach House - Thank You Lucky Stars            
This shit would make the toughest Republican cry.

8. Afghan Whigs - In Spades
Like stepping back into the 90′s again.

7. Jesca Hoop - Memories Are Now
By far Sub Pop’s most beautiful album to date.

6. Shearwater - Jet Plane and Oxbow
“A Long Time Away” will send chills down your spine.

5. LVL UP - Return to Love
Lo-fi at it’s best.

4. Shabazz Palaces - Black Up
This one album is better than anything Kanye West released in the last
    nine years.

3. Sleater-Kinney - No Cities To Love
This should be filed under “The best way to come back from hiatus”.

2. Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear 
 If Fear Fun was his Bleach, then Honeybear is his Nevermind

1. Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues
The closest thing to a religious experience.