Ozzy Osbourne, Anderson .Paak, J Balvin, George Clinton Join Trolls Sequel About Different Music Genres

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The animated musical Trolls came out back in 2016. You might remember the inescapable Justin Timberlake soundtrack cut, “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” following wherever you went that summer. Today, DreamWorks announced the sequel, Trolls World Tour, along with its musician-heavy cast. The Walt Dohrn-directed movie, which is set to hit theaters next year, … More »

Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – “Giannis” (Feat. Anderson .Paak)

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BandanaHardheaded Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs and head-blown California producer Madlib teamed up five years ago to make the great collaborative album Piñata. And later this month, after years of teasing, the same duo is reuniting for a full-length follow-up called Bandana. More »

Stream Mac Miller’s first posthumous release, ‘Time,’ with Kali Uchis and the Free Nationals

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The first posthumous record of Mac Miller‘s since his death last September has come to fruition. Entitled “Time,” the track combines a single verse from the late Miller, alongside support from Anderson .Paak touring band, Kali Uchis and .Paak’s notorious brainchild, Free Nationals. The track narrates the messy, circuitous nature of romantic partnerships.

The plucky, idealistic collaboration is set to appear of the Free Nationals’ forthcoming album, due later this year. The release arrives with further emotional poignancy given the ensemble’s household performance at Miller’s tribute concert last year following his untimely, industry-trembling death.

Mac Miller (born Malcolm McCormick) died last year, 2018, on September 7.

Watch Anderson .Paak Bring Out Lil Nas X For “Old Town Road” At Boston Calling

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Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” hasn’t gotten old yet. The “Old Town Road” remix has spent seven weeks at #1 and 11 weeks on the charts. People love it! Diplo brought out Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus to perform their hit at Stagecoach in April. John … More »

Flying Lotus shares video for Anderson .Paak-assisted single, ‘More’

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Flying Lotus made headlines last week after the release of “More,” a single from his new album featuring Anderson .Paak. The track, which has apparently been in the works for more than five years, now has an accompanying video that includes all the surrealism expected from a Flying Lotus video.

Directed by Shinichiro Watanabe of the anime “Cowboy Bebop,” the video hosts Anderson .Paak as a robot, doling out advice (in the form of soulful bars) to Flying Lotus’ pained space-man character, eventually turning him into a burning tree made of human organs. The second video from Flamagra, Flying Lotus’ forthcoming album due out May 24, this release only makes the 27-track, feature-heavy project more intriguing.

Flying Lotus – “More” (Feat. Anderson .Paak) Video

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Flying Lotus will release his new 27-track album, Flamagra, later this month. The LP will be his first in almost five years, following 2014’s You’re Dead!. So far, we’ve heard “Fire Is Coming,” “Spontaneous,” “Takashi,” and, most recently, “More” featuring Anderson .Paak. Today, FlyLo shares the Shinichiro Watanabe-directed music … More »

Flying Lotus – “More” (Feat. Anderson .Paak)

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Flying Lotus has a gargantuan 27-track album coming out soon called Flamagra, his first full-length since 2014’s You’re Dead! So far, we’ve heard two proper singles, the Little Dragon collab “Spontaneous” and “Takashi,” plus our eerie introduction to the album “Fire Is Coming” with David Lynch. Today, FlyLo has … More »

FORM Arcosanti announces stellar cultural programming for 2019 installment

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FORM Arcosanti has revealed an impeccably curated slate of cultural programming for the 2019 installment of the three-day creative retreat/festival. To complement an already masterful lineup that features Florence + The Machine, Kaytranada, Skrillex, Anderson .Paak, JPGMAFIA, Peggy Gou, Bonobo, and more, FORM is bringing in a wide variety of artists, speakers, authors, and activists for the weekend of May 10 – 12 in Arizona’s high desert.

A cornerstone ingredient in FORM’s annual success, the weekend’s jammed itinerary consists of talks, panels, workshops, immersive art, poetry, new technologies, and outdoor/wellness activities, each presented by renowned experts in their respective fields. This year’s most anticipated topics include Between Two Books—a conversation between Florence Welch and authors Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot and Ysra Daley-Ward, art workshops with African-American artist and performer at the festival, Lonnie Holley, and a poetry series curated by spoken word artist George Watsky. Other programming high points include a rare public demo of Tónandi—Sigur Rós’s mixed-reality project with tech innovators Magic Leap, as well as a conversation with Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement.

General admission tickets for FORM Arcosanti 2019 are sold out, however a limited number of glamping Patron Bundles remain available, which can cover up to four attendees. Learn more about FORM’s cultural programming and purchase last minute Patron Bundles here.

Watch Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals Do “Make It Better” On Ellen

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Anderson-Paak-on-EllenExtremely happy old-school soul-singer and inveterate festival-wrecker Anderson .Paak just released the new album Ventura, his first in a few months. That means that Anderson .Paak has been in full-on charm-offensive media-blitz mode for about the past six months. You would think he would be exhausted! He is not! Instead, he staged his latest bit … More »

Pink’s Party Is Still Going Strong, It’s Just Taken A Maudlin Turn

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PinkPink has never fit in — so much so that not fitting in has become part of her personal brand. Despite spending two decades operating from deep within the mainstream machine, Alicia Beth Moore can believably tout herself as a pop star for the outsiders and the rebels. It’s a weird thing to say about … More »