Gucci Mane – “Bipolar” (Feat. Quavo)

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Gucci-Mane-Evil-GeniusAround a decade ago, Gucci Mane changed the course of rap music. His playful, hooky street-rap taunts became the new sound of the Atlanta rap underground, and then of Atlanta in general, and then of all of rap. In the time after his revolutionary mixtape blitz, Gucci did serious prison time, kicked his addictions, got … More »

Watch Migos Submit To The Indignity Of Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

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Migos-on-Carpool-KaraokeIt’s Wednesday morning, and I think we’re all ready for some real deep clammy awkwardness. In the past month, two of the three members of Atlanta rap trio Migos have released solo albums, and those guys are playing the game very hard right now. So they have willingly gone ahead and … More »

Quavo Shares LeBron James Theme Song For ESPN

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Quavo isn’t wasting any time. After dropping his ill-conceived solo debut, QUAVO HUNCHO, last week, the rapper is back, recording music for LeBron James. His new song debuted last night on ESPN for the Los Angeles Lakers’ first home game with James. The lyrics start out, “King of LA, king of … More »

Quavo Needs To Rethink This Whole Solo-Career Thing

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QuavoThere’s this phrase in pro-wrestling terminology: Killing the town. Back before the ’80s WWF takeover, pro wrestling was a regional phenomenon: All of North America divided up into these discrete fiefdoms over which a single promoter would reign. Those promoters would then tour their wrestling rosters around their own corners of the map, running shows … More »

Stream Quavo’s Solo Debut QUAVO HUNCHO Featuring Drake, Madonna, Cardi B, Kid Cudi, & More

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Migos dropped their latest album in January, the overwhelmingdata dumpCulture II. Since then, Quavo has been exploring his solo potential with features and singles. In August, he shared “Lamb Talk,” “Bubblegum,” and “Workin … More »

Twenty One Pilots May Not Be For You (Because They’re For Everyone)

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Twenty One PilotsIn 2015, Twenty One Pilots were the biggest band you’ve never heard of. By the end of the following year, they were the biggest band, period. More »

2 Chainz – “Bigger Than You” (Feat. Quavo & Drake) Video

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2-Chainz-Bigger-Than-You-video2 Chainz is 41 years old, and he still makes ridiculously fun hits and regularly appears on songs with the biggest stars in the world. For that, he’s an inspiration. He’s also a relentlessly good rapper, a neverending source of dad jokes and absurdist boasts. And now he’s made another video just as silly as … More »

The Weeknd previews two new songs on his ‘Memento Mori’ radio show [Stream]

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The Weeknd previews two new songs on his ‘Memento Mori’ radio show [Stream]The Weeknd Live 1

That The Weeknd has some new music to share is hardly a surprise, given the My Dear Melancholy crooner’s confirmation earlier this month that he was once again rubbing elbows in the studio with Gesaffelstein, a key figure in the 2018 album’s production.

While The Weeknd assisted on two of the year’s most noteworthy releases in the rap ring–Nicki Minaj‘s Queen, and Travis Scott‘s Astroworld–the R&B vocalist certainly isn’t neglecting his own projects, as the second episode of The Weeknd’s Beats 1 radio show, “Memento Mori” evinced.

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The Weeknd treated listeners to previews of two new tracks that currently remain unreleased, including a remix of My Dear Melancholy constituent, “Try Me,” that features hip hop heavyweights Quavo, Trouble, and Swae Lee.

Those who missed “Memento Mori’s” live broadcast can stream the newly debuted material, here.

H/T: Consequence of Sound 

Remembering That Strange Moment When Korn Were Pop Superstars

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KornAt first, Korn were a myth to me. When they released their self-titled debut album in 1994, I was 11. I may have glimpsed their spooky dreadlocked scowls in magazines or TV ads, or wherever I found out about new music in that nascent internet era. But for a suburban Christian kid who spent his … More »

Quavo – “Lamb Talk,” “Bubblegum,” & “Workin Me”

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QuavoQuavo, the most visible of the three Migos, is a great rapper, but he’s also a great rapper who’s constantly putting himself at risk of overexposure. At the beginning of the year, Migos released the ridiculously overstuffed double album Culture II, which Quavo dominated. Since then (and before then, too), all three Migos, … More »