It’s time to see how the West Midlands’ diss track whizz kid likes to throw down similes.
I think it’s time to discuss your philosophy of drug use as it relates to artistic endeavours: namely simile spotting.
Back to the UK and looking at the similes in the second part of Jehst’s Trilogy that’s not a trilogy.
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
Put down that mouse burger, it’s time to look at the similes in The Four Owls’ 2015 track Rice Torture.
Swet Shop Boys take us on a whirlwind tour of birdlife in this lovely little track.
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…
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.