It’s a big week for Hollywood at the top of the Billboard 200 albums chart. On the 3/17-dated list, Black Panther: The Album returns to #1, while former leader The Greatest Showman steps 5-2. Soundtracks, thus, are the #1 and #2 albums on the chart simultaneously for the first time in almost eight years, and … More »
“Let You Down” begins with plaintive minor-key piano chords and a trembling vocal run through that omnipresent chipmunk effect, the wildly popular pitched-up modulation that makes the human voice sound slightly alien. The singer intones, “All these voices in my head get loud/ I wish that I could shut them out/ I’m sorry that I … More »
Contestants on Jeopardy! don’t exactly have a great track record when it comes to music trivia on the show. Over the past few years, they’ve failed to decipher clues about Paramore, Kurt Vile, Chromeo, Foo Fighters, and Frank Ocean, but you’d think they’d at least get Kendrick Lamar. More »
The 2018 BRIT Awards took place tonight at the O2 Arena in London, and Kendrick Lamar was on hand for a surprise performance. He started things off with his DAMN. track “FEEL.,” and then did his verse from “New Freezer” with Rich The Kid. Lamar performed on top of a glass case housing … More »
Kendrick Lamar and SZA are being sued over their music video for the Black Panther soundtrack cut “All The Stars,” TMZ reports. British-Liberian Artist Lina Iris Viktor is claiming that her “Constellations” series of paintings is used in the video without permission. In the suit, she says that representatives for … More »
Diplo recently added his two cents to the NBA’s All Star weekend, dropping off an hourlong basketball-themed mixtape, Give & Go. Following a recent stylistic shift with DRAM on “Look Back,” the Mad Decent head revisits his firmly planted hip-hop roots, coming through with a souped-up ode to America’s most popular genre.
The new mix rounds together a rhyming highlight reel that includes cuts from Lil Uzi Vert, Drake, Kodak Black, N.E.R.D., Rae Sremmurd, Vince Staples and more. Rifling through the rap crate in honor of the annual weekend NBA festivities, LeBlonde James aka the Moombahton Malone laces up a mix packed with the top trending selects of the moment along with a handful of crossover remixes to glue it all together.
Kendrick Lamar, Baauer, Travis Scott, and Skrillex all make appearances in the new Give & Go mixtape, and with Diplo’s hiatus from solo work nearing an end with his impending California EP, perhaps fans can expect a heavy hip-hop motif on the upcoming release. Until then, enjoy this new 30-track roundup from EDM’s Flairry Bird.
As a follow-up to their remix of Rain Man and MAX’s “Do You Still Feel?” QUESTIONS ○ ANSWERS aka Q&A are back with their ‘reconditioning’ of Skrillex’s killer remix of Kendrick Lamar’s massive single “Humble.” Q&A describe the remix as a “slightly tweaked version compared to the one that was premiered on Slander and NGHTMRE’s
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Who knows how many centuries the fortune under the eastern slope of Mount Davidson went untapped before the Grosh brothers happened upon it. The Pennsylvanian preacher’s sons had become seasoned prospectors during the gold rush years of the mid-19th century, and that experience served them well in Nevada’s Virginia Range southeast of Reno, where in … More »
We heard the remarkable Jay Rock x Kendrick x Future x James Blake collab “King’s Dead” for the first time last month and we watched Kendrick perform the song at the Grammys. “King’s Dead” is the first single off of Jay Rock’s forthcoming LP and it’s also included on the Black Panther original … More »