Back to the UK and looking at the similes in the second part of Jehst’s Trilogy that’s not a trilogy.
Talib Kweli meets Al Green and Kanye West in this month’s simile-analysing odyssey.
With Jeru the Damaja as our guide, we explore the very fabric of what is and isn’t hip-hop in this simile-laden track
Digable Planets exploit the law of the one-sided simile to get a potentially controversial top five spot.
Swet Shop Boys take us on a whirlwind tour of birdlife in this lovely little track.
Serial-killing gynaecologist Dr. Octagon is on the road and driving recklessly. Another good reason to stay at home.
Do you know what ‘protagging’ and ‘copacetic’ mean? I’m not sure EPDM do, but they both feature in this simile-laden track that’s two minutes too…
Want to find out which historical character ruined a hedge while drunk in a wheelbarrow? Then don your tuxedo, prime your toxic masculinity and read…
13 similes and only half of them make sense? Must be Del the Funky Homosapien. This sounds like a job for the Simile Police.
The Furious Five, probably the biggest misnomer in hip-hop, take us on a simile-laden journey via exploding killer sharks and a greased up bodybuilder.