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Kendrick Lamar Had Multiple Versions Of ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’

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At the microphone of American magazine Billboard , Kendrick Lamar and Anthony ‘Top Dawg’ Tiffith (the TDE boss) tell how they built the best indie label of the current US rap scene. One of the most interesting parts of the interview is the making of the classic

The Weeknd Shouts out Drakes Whiskey Brand

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The Weeknd and Drake have had a rocky relationship. The two together though tends to translate terrifically. The Weeknd is on tour and an Instagram story decided to share a new track and it comes with a mention of Virginia Black. The whiskey company Virgina Black happens to be Drakes very

The Weeknd’s “I Feel It Coming” Gets an 80’s Remix

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Have you ever hit nostalgia while jamming out to the Weeknd? Something about his voice or his music that gives us some old school vibes but the 80’s-esque feel has now been legitimized by Saint-Laurent. This fire remix to “I Feel it Coming” slows things down to

Listen To dvsn’s Surprise New Single ‘Mood’

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 The OVO Sound label made quite the announcement last month when they put up billboards at Toronto’s Eaton Center to reveal upcoming albums from Majid Jordan, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Roy Wood$, and DVSN. While none of the projects have yet to receive a concrete release date, we

Pusha T Reveals Kanye West Entirely Produced His New Album ‘King Push’

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We have four more months till 2018 and  Pusha T’s highly-anticipated King Push album still has no release date. While Pusha was performing at Made In America over the weekend, Push went on to reveal that Kanye West has been entirely producing the long-awaited release, and that they’ve already scrapped the project three

Watch Frank Ocean Do An In-Studio Performance Of “Nikes”

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Frank Ocean has been keeping busy this year between touring and popping random single. Today, he’s taken to Tumblr to share a special in-studio performance of “Nikes,” the opening track on his “Blonde” album. The rendition is extremely stripped-down, featuring Frank singing while accompanied by

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