Jayson Greene is Senior Editor at Wondering Sound and a contributing writer and columnist at Pitchfork. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times, GQ, Grantland, and Village Voice, among other places. He lives in Brooklyn.
By Jayson Greene on 12.09.14
On his deepest, most powerful album, the middle-class hip-hop hero J. Cole graduates from self-serious to just plain serious, Jayson Greene says.
By Jayson Greene on 12.04.14
Here were four, immediate consecutive thoughts I had yesterday upon listening to Nicki Minaj's "All Things Go": 1. This is the best Nicki Minaj song since last winter's "Lookin Ass." 2. This is th...
By Jayson Greene on 12.03.14
The DJ Burn One-produced "No Review TWO (Ft. Don Trip)" comes from the Atlanta producer's upcoming compilation GREENWOOD, which features frequent collaborators like Scotty ATL, Trouble, Rittz. Starlit...
By Jayson Greene on 11.24.14
"It's the quiet thrill of the mundane/You can't explain." So sings Gravenhurst, a.k. Nick Talbot, on "The Citizen," the haunting opener of Offerings:Lost Songs 2000-2004. The line also summarizes the...