“I love all people.” That’s something that 21 Savage wrote on Twitter on Christmas Day. This was telling. 21 Savage came to fame by cannily broadcasting the idea that he loved no people, least of all himself. He was a muttering wraith, promising death to anyone who might say a sideways word about him. But … More »
For once, Vince Staples wasn’t sure what to say. Five days after dropping another incredible collection of songs, the Long Beach rapper and reigning Twitter MVP logged into his account and wrote, “I was about to tell y’all FM! not an album but I don’t even know what an album is anymore so … More »
The endlessly charming Virginian R&B howler DRAM hasn’t released an album since his proper 2016 debut Big Baby D.R.A.M., but he’s been staying busy regardless. He’s a constant feature in the rap-hook-singer roundtable, he released a truly endearing Christmas EP called #1HappyHoliday last year, and he more recently came out with a truly … More »
Chromeo‘s music is like fine wine. The longer Dave1 and P-Thugg carry the funk torch, the tastier their music seems to become, and by the sound of it, their upcoming Head Over Heels LP, might be the duo’s finest vintage yet. Joining forces with D.R.A.M. and renown Prince and D’angelo collaborator Jesse Johnson for “Must’ve Been,” Chromeo offer up their characteristically groovy sing along-primed funk along and a charming stroll down memory lane with the accompanying Dugan O’neal-directed music video.
D.R.A.M.’s fun-first writing style meshes with Chromeo’s aesthetic so perfectly he could be the third member of their band and their chemistry plays through brilliantly on “Must’ve Been.” It’s an instant bop headed for heavy radio play — expect this summer to be sountracked by the tune’s infectious bongo rhythm and plunky guitar licks. Best of all, Chromeo will be bringing their new live show on the road this summer leading up to Head Over Heels‘ June 15 release date.
Late last year, Diplo teamed up with Danish pop star MØ for the single “Get It Right.” And at least according to Jimmy Fallon, that single will appear on a new Diplo EP called California. Today, Diplo has shared another track that might end up on California. On “Look Back,” he teams up … More »
A week before the Migos released their new album Culture II, group member Offset was caught saying some fucked-up homophobic shit — “I do not vibe with queers” — on a guest verse from YFN Lucci’s “Boss Life.” On Instagram, Offset offered a galling and desperate non-apology apology. He wrote that he didn’t … More »