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[ad_1] “It’s easy for y’all to ask my why I’m bothered, why I care so much.” Bronx rapper Cardi B and fellow New York emcee Nicki Minaj have been engaged in a long-standing feud After a highly publicized altercation at a New York Fashion Week event where Nicki Minaj allegedly spoke negatively about Cardi’s young daughter Kulture (a claim […]

[ad_1] Kanye West has designed a new clothing line encouraging African Americans to part ways with the Democratic Party. The shirts, which heavily use the phrase “Blexit” or “Black Exit,” made their debut on Saturday at Turning Point USA’s Young Black Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., a conference organized by Turning Point USA spokesperson Candace […]

[ad_1] The seventh song off Joji’s solo debut BALLADS 1 covers similar ground to Kanye West‘s “No More Parties In LA.” The exigence of people congregating the two major hubs of New York City and Los Angeles can sometimes feel overwhelming, and perhaps unassailable if you tackle things head on. Joji went to R&B prep school, so the […]

[ad_1] A reflection. Rap veteran Brother Ali has released a music video for his candid single, “Sensitive.” The smooth track features a sample by fellow icon Erykah Badu saying her famous phrase, “keep in mind that I’m an artist, I’m sensitive about my sh*t.”  The Minnesota MC’s last project, an EP titled All The Beauty In This […]

[ad_1] “It’s a surreal and wonderful dream come true.” Star Trek Fans will soon be able to enjoy the franchise in an innovative and extraordinary new way. CBS All-Access has reportedly commissioned a half hour long animated comedy series titled Star Trek: Lower Decks. The series is expected to chronicle the everyday lives of  “the support crew serving on one […]

[ad_1] “I told FETTY to pick up the [mic] in 2014,” writes Def Jam EVP Steven Victor, “He came home and went straight to the booth.” Less than a year after his release from prison,  Fetty Luciano has delivered on his project Story To Tell, keeping the words of Victor  and others like him in mind to […]

[ad_1] Early-’90s British shoegaze titans Swervedriver broke up in 1998, got back together in 2008, and released their first album in 17 years in 2015. Now, they’re back again, and they’re getting ready to follow up I Wasn’t Born To Lose You with another new LP. The upcoming Future Ruins was recorded late last year […]

[ad_1] What’s so good? Another Austin City Limits has come and gone. Despite fighting near 90 degree temperatures, ridiculous amounts of humidity, and a case of being in my thirties I would call the weekend an absolute success! I had a chance to hang out with three of my best friends, catch Gospel Brunch at […]

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[ad_1] With her one-woman band Pronoun, Alyse Vellturo turns heartbreak into soaring, sparkling indie-pop. Next year, she’s getting ready to follow up her 2016 debut EP There’s No One New Around You with a full-length album, and she’s already shared lead single “run” and “wrong.” Now she’s shared another new track, the simmering, downbeat “You […]

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