The 2016 election boils down to the group Americans find more dangerous: poor, brown people or rich, white people. Trump has built a case for the latter. That clementine-colored windbag whips up racist fury with half-baked, blistering attacks on immigrants, refugees and Muslims who haven’t really done anything.
Drake poured a dumptruck of cement around the foundations of his stardom with “Hotline Bling.” In the delightfully self-indulgent music video, Drake executes alone-in-your-bedroom dance moves, shimmies in glowing interdimensional gaps and nestles into the convexities and concavities of cartoonishly thick women.
He let the melancholy acoustic guitar riff of his masterpiece, “Ayo for Yayo” loop as the audience went bonkers. He touched outstretched hands and extended the mic to us so we could finish off the final chorus a capella. He turned to the crowd, inhaled deeply and hollered, “Make some noise for drugs and alcohol baby!”