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

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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 

Drake’s 2018 Guest-Appearance Blitz: An Appreciation

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drake-and-lil-babyEventually, we’ll see the day when LeBron James is no longer the greatest basketball player in the world. He’s near the end of his 14th season in the NBA. Every other player from his historically packed draft class is either finished or close to it. And yet James is still playing some of the best … More »

Trouble & Drake – “Bring It Back (Tyler, The Creator Remix)”

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Late last month, Tyler, The Creator shared a “throwaway song” called “OKRA,” his second loosie (following “Ziploc“) since releasing the messy, deeply personal album (Scum Fuck) Flower Boy last year. And now he’s come through with another one-off: a remix of “Bring It Back,” Atlanta street-rap veteran Trouble’s recent collaboration with Drake, which … More »

Trouble – “Bring It Back” (Feat. Drake) Video

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The hard-as-hell Atlanta rap veteran Trouble is moving up in the world. He recently signed with Mike Will Made-It’s Ear Drummers imprint, and on Friday, he released his impressive new album Edgewood. It’s got contributions from heavyweights like the Weeknd, Quavo, Fetty Wap, and on the single “Bring It Back,” dominant pop-music hegemon Drake. More »

Young Thug – “MLK” (Feat. Trouble & Shad Da God)

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Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Young Thug is celebrating the same way he celebrates most days: by releasing new music. Specifically, he’s released a new song called “MLK,” which features Trouble and Shad Da God. Hear it below. More »

Milo Is Good At Making Art-Rap Even If He Doesn’t Like The Term “Art-Rap”

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“Y’all call it art-rap,” the Maine-based rapper Milo says toward the end of Sovereign Nose Of (Y)our Arrogant Face, the new album that he just released under his Scallops Hotel moniker. He sounds disgusted, dejected. He repeats it a few times, as if he needs time to process the stupidity of that genre name. But … More »

Trouble – “Bring It Back” (Feat. Drake)

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The Atlanta rapper Trouble has a new song with Drake, “Bring It Back,” that was produced by Mike WiLL Made-It and, per MissInfo, was teased almost a year ago. Trouble recently turned himself in to police to face charges for drug possession. Listen to “Bring It Back” below. More »

R3HAB releases debut album, ‘Trouble’

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R3HAB has released his long-awaited debut LP, Trouble. He’s continued to smash the charts leading up to this huge release, including “I Just Can’t” featuring Quintino as a single from the debut LP. Trouble has been released on R3HAB’s own label. 

The album combines all of R3HAB’s talents into one beautiful, state-of-the-art, club-ready album that fans and DJs alike have been eagerly awaiting. The producer’s versatility throughout Trouble is more than admirable. His many years of garnered talent, travels and experiences have paid off superbly, and he compiles his emotions and experiences into a beautifully crafted debut album. 

The LP includes collaborations with artists like VERITE, Quintino, Rynn, Khrebto, Waysons, Little Daylight, Felix Cartal, R I T U A L, and Skytech

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Sander Kleinenberg x Boris Smith – Trouble ft. Baby Sol (Original Mix)

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Sander Kleinenberg and Boris Smith have teamed up with Baby Sol for a sizzling original titled “Trouble.” The infectious track features moving, uptempo rhythmic progressions contrasted by a deep-beating bass line and playful vocals. “Trouble” is a burning fusion of Kleinenberg and Smith’s styles, and although the piece has a minimalist structure, it maintains a depth of colorful dimension.

Dutch producer Kleinenberg is known for his distinct deep house sound, and flaunts it in his curated monthly playlist, “The Deepest Mixtape in the Universe.” Smith’s production technique is mastered by creative elements in each of his tracks, showcasing his seemingly effortless process of artistry. With two of deep house’s heavy-hitters coming together to produce a track with imaginative flare, the result is nothing short of brilliant.

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Always Music In The Air: Twin Peaks: The Return Performances From Worst To Best

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When Julee Cruise appeared at the end of Twin Peaks: The Return Episode 17 on Sunday night, reprising “The World Spins” from the first season of Twin Peaks way back in 1990, it was reassuring to see the platinum blonde singer in front of those red curtains, her voice soft and ethereal, and her face … More »