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Ameer Vann Is "Sincerely, Yours" On His New Single

When Brockhampton vocalist Ameer Vann emerged on the rap radar with his self-titled EP at just 17 years old, it was clear that this Texas-bred artist was one to watch. Since then, he's kept somewhat quiet, churning out a handful of singles from the dark, melodic "Disconsolate" to the gritty, aggressive "LOVE," while keeping his work in progress under wraps until today…

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Long Live The ‘90s, Blink-182 Is Back

Grab your checkered Vans and a 7-11 slushie, and call up your middle school buds: Blink-182 is back. The iconic '90s band that fueled your teen angst with tracks like "All the Small Things" and "Adam's Song," have just released a new song, "Rabbit Hole," and it's classic Blink…

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Richie Quake's New Video Is "Irresistible"

If you've been searching for some new flavors of contemporary R&B, you need to give Richie Quake a spin. The Brooklyn-based singer and producer crafts futuristic bedroom booming tracks for the emotional and introspective listener, making you feel cozy in all the right places…

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Bill Skarsgård Is Here To Haunt Your Nightmares

Bill Skarsgård, who happens to have the same last name as his brother Alexander, has been cast as Pennywise the clown in the upcoming reimagining of Stephen King’s It. The two-part movie will follow a group of childhood friends who call themselves The Losers Club as they battle against a mysterious entity called It…

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Jay Z Samples Tomi Lahren Rant On "Drug Dealers Anonymous"

Instead of responding to their haters, the Knowles-Carter regime profits on their outspokenness. While Beyoncé couldn't obtain the rights to Tomi Lahren's rant about her controversial Super Bowl halftime performance, Jay Z seems to have been given the green light as he used another one of her broadcasts as a sample on Pusha T's new single, "Drug Dealers Anonymous…

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Rey Pila's "Surveillance Camera" Makes Creepy Cool

On Tuesday, four dudes from Mexico City will take the stage at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester, New York, to open for one of the biggest American rock bands of the last two decades. Their names are Diego Solórzano, Andrés Velasco, Rodrigo Blanco, and Miguel Hernández, and together they make up Rey Pila, who will be warming up the crowd at The Strokes' Governors Ball warm-up concert…




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Jay Z Finally Responded To Beyoncé's 'Lemonade'

You knew that when Jay Z finally addressed his wife Beyoncé's album Lemonade, it would come in the form of a verse. That time is now, as the rapper, like a unicorn emerging from the forest, made an unexpected guest appearance on a remix of Fat Joe and Remy Ma's hit "All the Way Up," and wasted no time mentioning the album…


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Kanye West's First Ever Beat Tape Has Surfaced

Of all the old Kanye West beats that have suddenly emerged from the corners of the Internet over the years, this latest set is by far the most remarkable. It's an eight-beat collection that was reportedly recorded all the way back in 1997, and which some are calling Kanye's first ever beat tape…