Do you guys actually visit Pitchfork? They definitely are biased.
Just look at how they treat Tyler. IMO, Tyler and Childish are comparable in that they both produce their own stuff and don't really rap about anything of substance. But Pitchfork is all over Tyler's nuts because his lyrics are "shocking" and they feel that if they give OF good scores, they'll have a better reputation/street-cred among OF's target audience.
Listen to Yonkers and pay attention to the lyrics. Then listen to Bonfire and pay attention to the lyrics. Yonkers is a bunch of random lines that don't really mean anything but some of the lines are "edgy" and controversial. Bonfire is a bunch of random lines that don't really mean anything but some of the lines are "whiny." Pitchfork is essentially whining about Gambino whining too much. Whether that's a valid criticism or not, it still doesn't take away from Gambino's music so much that he deserves a freakin' 1.6/10.
For Pitchfork to praise Tyler but bash Gambino is hypocritical. (I'm a fan of both BTW).
they don't discriminate agains drake, kanye, kid cudi, or lupe
all non-hood/crazy rappers