Once again, he didn’t give us a whole lot of warning. Two weeks ago, Future shared a video for his new single “Crushed Up” and, shortly thereafter, announced that it was the first single from a new album called The WIZRD (or, more precisely, Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD). And now that whole … More »
It won’t be long before we get to hear 2019’s first A-list rap album. Last week, Future shared a deeply silly video for a new song called “Crushed Up.” Shortly thereafter, he announced that he would release a new album called The WIZRD before the month of January was over. And today, Future … More »
Atlanta overlord Future continues to crank out soul-destroyed codeine blues at an absolutely furious rate. A couple of months ago, we got Future’s last album: WRLD On Drugs, a full-length collaboration with young Chicago acolyte Juice WRLD. And now, on the first record-release day of the new year, Future has come back with … More »
Y’all wanna hear something crazy? I’ve been writing this weekly pop column for five whole years now. It seems like just yesterday that I published the inaugural installment explaining why The Week In Pop would be a good addition to the Stereogum portfolio. As we approach the precipice of 2019, I’m fairly certain … More »
AYOO have had a gradual start in 2018 but word on the street is “Low Life (AYOO Remix)” is the tip of the spear for the act when it comes to new music. Their latest remix features a melting bot of influences that include a healthy dose of heavy vibes built into a house tempo.
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Lil Wayne was the musical guest on last night’s Liev Schreiber-hosted episode of Saturday Night Live. The rapper performed “Can’t Be Broken” and “Uproar” from his latest album, Tha Carter V. Swizz Beatz, who produced “Uproar,” joined Wayne onstage for the song. Halsey lent supporting vocals for the “Can’t Be Broken” … More »
When I ask people what they think about San Diego, I mostly find out that they don’t. Unlike Los Angeles and the Bay Area, there’s no pervasive industrial complex that defines its economy, mandates an influx of new residents, or warrants the skyrocketing rent, just unyieldingly perfect weather — gotta factor in that no one … More »
The name Ocasio derives from the Spanish “ocasión,” which means what you think it means: an occasion, a time. According to Ancestry.com, most people named Ocasio are Puerto Rican, in heritage if not in residence, and the word’s “meaning as a surname” is unclear. More »
Right now, we’re in a moment where famous rappers love making full-length collaborative albums with other famous rappers. It’s a whole wave. New projects seem to show up every week, and at this rate, every rapper will have a whole album with every other rapper before long. Future is a repeat offender here. In the … More »