For the longest time, I did not know what to make of Marilyn Manson. When I was younger, ¬†I thought he was a devil worshipper, sicko, and all-around frightening figure but over the years my opinion has changed. It wasn’t till 2 years ago when I actually sat down and started to listen to his music that I actually learned how much of a genius he is.

The Pale Emperor was one of my favorite albums of 2015 and led to a newfound respect for Marilyn Manson. I have been hyped for his new album which is set to come out next month. Last week Marilyn shared the first single from the album entitled “We Know Where Your Fucking Live.” The song is heavy and loud and features a¬†disturbing music video that was shot in true Marilyn Manson form.


Top 10 Albums of 2015

2015 was filled with quite surprises from many artists who released stellar albums. Some records improved on an initial sound while others went in a completely new direction. From a new twist on R&B to a cry to stop police brutality and senseless violence here are the top 10 albums of 2015.

10. Jeremih: Late Nights


9. Death Cab for Cutie: Kintsugi


8. Marilyn Manson: The Pale Emperor


7. Jamie xx: In Colour


6. Vince Staples: Summertime ’06


5. Drake: If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late


4. Earl Sweatshirt: I Don’t Like Shit I Don’t Go Outside


3. Leon Bridges: Coming Home


2. Young Thug: Barter 6


  1. Kendrick Lamar: To Pimp A Butterfly


Top 10 Music Videos of 2015

2015 was a year of outstanding music videos that showcased new styles and interesting production. Some reflect our turbulent times with police brutality and excessive force while others showcase new dance moves. From hip hop’s weirdo rapper to a message of hope here are the top 10 music videos of 2015.

10. Drake- Energy

9. Marilyn Manson- The Mephistopheles of Los Angeles

8. Young Thug- Best Friend

7. Rihanna- Bitch Better Have My Money

6. Leon Bridges- Coming Home

5. Drake- Hotline Bling

4. Highly Suspect- Lydia

3. Vince Staples- Norf Norf

2. Young Thug- Constantly Hating

  1. Kendrick Lamar- Alright