New Music: LHHATL’s Kalenna Freestyles Over Drake’s Meek Mill Diss “Back To Back”

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Established singer-songwriter, Diddy-Dirty Money alum and LHHATL cast member, Kalenna jumps on the heels of Drake‘s Meek Mill Diss Track, “Back To Back.” Could this be a Rasheeda Frost diss? You never know!

On the track, Kalenna speaks to the haters and reminds them of how her “pen game” changes lives and fills the bank account.

YOU KNOW WHAT I DID IN THE PAST BITCH! YOU KNOW WHAT THIS PEN DID FOR YO’ A** BITCH!

Take a listen below as K goes off the whip with a few dope bars:

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This Band, Titus Andronicus, Could Be Your Life

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There’s no such thing as a perfect double album. The White Album and Blonde on Blonde have “Revolution 9” and “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35,” respectively. Certain tracks on Songs in the Key of Life linger longer than they should. Tommy and The Wall, both occasionally sleepy, inspired countless pretentious admirers, the greatest sin of all. That’s part of their charm, though — the messy, boring, and inessential songs are a chance for the listener to take a deep breath, to recharge before “Visions of Johanna” or “Knocks Me Off My Feet” change your life, man.

The best double album is also one of the greatest albums ever, the Clash’s London Calling, but even it slips ever so slightly near the end. “The Card Cheat” and “Four Horsemen” are enjoyable, but they can’t keep with the stacked first half, with “Jimmy Jazz,” “Hateful,” and “Rudie Can’t…

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Why the Kinks Belong in the Rolling Stones/Beatles Debate

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I love a good Beatles vs Stones debate. I love it because they’re two of my favorite bands and to hear a passionate conversation on the subject makes me feel like I’m in good company. Whatever side you take, there’s a great argument to be made. And at the end of the day, it’s usually all in good fun. After all, you’re really just explaining why you prefer one thing more than another.

In that good spirit, I’d like to humbly suggest that you consider another band to be entered into this most epic of all musical showdowns. The Kinks are the forgotten stepchild of the British Invasion, at least in comparison to the Beatles and the Stones. But I think a strong case can be made for why they belong, not only because of their impact on popular music, but also because of their longevity and their amazing body…

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