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
Imagine a yellow ALF smoking and holding a brick. Now you’re in the right mind state to enjoy the similes in Madlib’s Bluffin’.
Ugly Duckling take centre stage and show us why they are the beautiful swan of the hip-hop simile world.
13 similes and only half of them make sense? Must be Del the Funky Homosapien. This sounds like a job for the Simile Police.
It’s the turn of Apani B Fly to flex her simile muscle and help us all act a little more mindfully. Relax and take in…
Find out why Spandex is so called as we put the similes in Roots Manuva’s Join the Dots under the microscope.
A track that features a simile so long you need to listen to it twice to fully appreciate it (unless you’re a Luther Vandross fan,…
A notable entry in that it not only opens with a simile, but a negative simile. Oooh. We also discuss a particularly contentious comparative.