Mahbod Moghadam, the co-founder of Rap Genius, has resigned after annotating the UCSB shooter’s manifesto with comments like “beautifully written.”
Plus the Tetris diet, one major first-impression mistake you could be making, and Dennis Rodman chats about his adventures in North Korea.
This Christmas, Google essentially removed popular lyrics site Rap Genius from its search engine. Here’s the crazy story behind why Google cut off the “monument to human knowledge.”
Sites like RapGenius drive huge traffic and ad sales, but musicians aren’t getting paid for their copyrights. That might change very soon.
Why someone needed to explain “Jingle Bells” is beyond me. But seriously, thanks to whoever annotated the theme song from Frasier.
Mysteries Debunked. Scores Settled. Lessons Learned.
The comedian’s first song is called “Gibberish Rap,” but don’t worry, he explained every line on Rap Genius.