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A$AP Rocky Joins Blood Orange for “Chewing Gum” Premiere on Kimmel

With about a week left in the countdown to the arrival of his forthcoming Negro Swan album, Blood Orange appeared on Kimmel to premiere the project’s third single. “Chewing Gum” is an eccentric blend of whimsical synths and punchy Trap rhythms to which A$AP Rocky lends a verse of bars that perfectly complement Blood Orange’s…

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ICYMI: Watch Doja Cat Star In her New Video for “Mooo!”

Although Doja Cat started her music career more than 4 years ago with her debut Purr– EP, followed by her debut album Amala  released earlier this year, people are flocking to her after her most recent release. On August 10th, Doja Cat dropped a satirical video for a self-produced song called “Mooo!” Unaware that the song would take…

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Jean Deaux Talks Upcoming EP ‘Krash’ & Shares New Single “Back 2 You”

Multi-faceted artist Jean Deaux has easily become one of my favorites in music. Not only due to her witty, metaphorical lyricism or off centered infectious style, but because of her sincerity to staying exactly true to who she is. Her ebullient and jabber tone radiates confidence and not in any form of egotism. She’s an…

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The Camp Flog Gnaw 2018 Lineup Includes Ms. Lauryn Hill, Tyler, The Creator, The Internet, SZA and More

This year’s Camp Flog Gnaw lineup has officially been announced and it’s better than ever. This year’s headliners include Ms. Lauryn Hill, SZA and the festival’s founder himself,  Tyler, The Creator, among others. You can also expect to see performances from Tierra Whack, Raphael Saadiq, Little Dragon, Jorja Smith, Virgil Abloh, Jaden Smith, Ama Lou,…

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Moses Sumney Shares ‘Black in Deep Red, 2014’ EP

Moses Sumney returns today with a three-track EP that is as emotionally stirring as his gorgeous debut album, Aromanticism. Black in Deep Red, 2014 tackles the topic of hate and the racist ideologies that keep racism fermenting in society. The opening track “Power?” hears a rally’s chant boasting community power before Moses joins the chant…

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Standing On The Corner Releases Enigmatic “SahBabii /\ Now, Nation End, 38:15” Video

A new visual from Standing On The Corner for “SahBabii /\ Now, Nation End, 38:15” arrives today and it proves that there really is freedom in art. The video centers gripping illustrations by Mortis Studio in scenes that easily keep up with Standing On The Corner’s thoughtfully frazzled lyrics. “SahBabii /\ Now, Nation End, 38:15”…

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Watch Tyler, the Creator’s Cinema Inspired Visual For “See You Again”

It’s no surprise that Tyler, The Creator is still a visual genius. Since making his debut back in 2009, hes had no problem gaining/maintaining a huge following of fans that embraced his hyperbolic sound. Tyler has always touched on topics that teens, and now adults, needed to hear in music. Sometimes it felt like a lot,…

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The Internet Announce Hive Mind Tour Dates

We’re all still happily spinning The Internet‘s fourth studio album Hive Mind and in about two months, we’ll be screaming the lyrics at one of their live shows. The Internet have announced the “Hive Mind Tour” which appears to begin immediately following their supporting run on tour with the Gorillaz. A first leg will begin October…

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Beyoncé Shares a Raw and Poignant Historical Interview For the September Issue of ‘Vogue’

Portraying raw beauty and elegance on Vogue’s coveted September Issue cover, Beyoncé gave an interview as equally poignant as her photos. Though this isn’t the first time Bey has graced the September Issue cover (the last time was in 2015), this feature still made history. In the interview, Beyoncé spoke in depth about the importance…

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HBO Strikes Gold with Terence Nance’s Inventive ‘Random Acts of Flyness’

Last night on HBO was the series premiere of Terence Nance‘s Random Acts of Flyness and it’s definitely a statement piece for the premium network. While Hollywood continues to diversify roles, the content is still lacking and it appears Nance has the skill to change that. The inventive and still effective sketch-style series (originally described as…

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H.E.R. Shares Album Prelude EP ‘I Used to Know Her: The Prelude’

H.E.R. is on fire these days and if you’ve been down since the original Vol. 1 EP, you saw this coming. The multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter completed a U.S. and overseas run of her headlining ‘Lights On’ tour and is now supporting Chris Brown on his tour. Keeping up with her Instagram, it’s obvious she’s also…

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Barry Jenkins Celebrates James Baldwin’s Birthday with Trailer-teaser for ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’

We’ve been anxious for new developments on Barry Jenkins‘ progress with his film adaption of James Baldwin‘s ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ and we’ve finally got something. On what would have been the unparalleled author and activist’s 94th birthday, the first official trailer-teaser was unveiled and it’s gloriously gorgeous. In a tweet reverencing this day…

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