June 2018


Here’s the latest chapter in the frustrating story known as Why Does Vic Mensa Put Out Such Disappointing Music When He Can Clearly Rap So Good? Turns out he’s pretty handy behind the boards, too (that En Vogue flip? Wow.) Maybe he should start producing his own stuff from now on.

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Kendrick Lamar covers the latest issue of Vanity Fair. In a wide-ranging interview with veteran writer Lisa Robinson, Kung-Fu Kenny discusses everything from growing up in Compton and falling in love with poetry and rap music, to the Kanye West controversy and his groundbreaking Pulitzer Prize victory, to his obsession with discipline and his relentless desire to connect with people through his words.

This isn’t a made-for-headlines interview full of juicy quotes, but rather a personal and profound conversation that’s definitely worth your time. Click here to read the full story.

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Here’s XXXTentacion’s new video for “SAD!,” his first posthumous release following his murder last Monday. Like Biggie and Pac before him, the video finds XXX confronting his own mortality in eery, if not prophetic, fashion.

“SAD!,” taken from XXX’s latest album ?, has since climbed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 in the wake of his death.

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03 Greedo has a lot weighing on him but he’s moving like a looming prison sentence isn’t in his future. Earlier this week, he proposed to his girlfriend and released another full length project titled God Level.

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The Internet made their debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in cozy fashion last night. Turning the stage into a lounge, the SoCal soul-funk band performed their Netflix & Chill anthem, “Come Over.” Syd, rocking a swagged-out silk pyjama shirt, handled the singing duties in seductive style before Steve Lacy came through with a winning guitar solo.

“Come Over” is the latest single from The Internet’s upcoming album Hive Mind, out July 20.

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again drops a few new tracks for the deluxe edition of Until Death Call My Name. Among the new tracks, “RIP” featuring Offset and “R*ch Nigga” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, are the standouts.

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Philanthropist Trae Tha Truth unleashes his 48 Hours Later project. It serves as the third installment of the mixtape series and was released on June 27th — in honor of the legendary Screwed Up Click freestyle.

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Retch is releasing new tracks with a flow similar to his Polo Sporting Goods days. Recently, he teamed up with producer J BREEZ for a new record “Retaliation.”

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Funk Doctor Spock aka Redman is readying a new project and film. He told DX that Muddy Waters Too is still on the way. Also, MTV Films ordered the long awaited How High sequel.

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Atlanta artist Yung Bans delivers his Yung Bans Vol. 5 project which features cameos from Tracy, Landon Cube, YBN Nahmir, and Juice WRLD. The rising young star also released a new video for “Ridin.”

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