Co-hosted by Editor-in-Chief Puja Patel and Critiques Editor Jeremy D. Larson, and that includes visitor critics and contributors, our weekly podcast consists of in-depth evaluation of the brand new albums we discover extraordinary, thrilling, and simply plain horrible. This week, Contributor Julianne Escobedo Shepherd, who reviewed SZA’s SOS final month, stops by to speak about how the album ought to strike worry in unworthy exes worldwide, and way more.
Take heed to this week’s episode beneath, and observe The Pitchfork Assessment here. You may as well try an excerpt of the podcast’s transcript beneath.
Puja Patel: Can we discuss SZA’s finest writing about disowning an ex on the album?
Jeremy D. Larson: Yeah, I obtained you. How about this. “I obtained your favourite rapper blocked, I heard your dick was wack/Your favourite athlete screaming, ‘Textual content me again.’”
Julianne Escobedo Shepherd: Sure. A-plus on that. ’Trigger you all the time hear that rumor like, “Oh yeah, the dick was wack.” However you by no means tweet it. She tweeted it.
Larson: She tweeted it, after which added some extra spice on prime.
Patel: I really feel like we have now to speak about “Kill Invoice.” It has the funniest hook on all the document.
Shepherd: The entire thing builds as much as her fascinated with killing her ex, however understanding it could not be the, properly, as she says, not one of the best thought. After which she does it. [laughs] It’s so humorous to think about killing somebody and his new lady after which have a fleeting second thought of it. Like, “Possibly I shouldn’t have finished that. Oh properly!” [laughs]