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A$AP Rocky’s “SVDDXNLY” Documentary – Part 1 | Video

On the heels of last month’s star-studded trailer, Part 1 of A$AP Rocky’s SVDDXNLY trailer has surfaced online. The film, produced by VICE’s Noisey music channel, kicks off with an inaugural installment showcasing footage from the first three solo shows Rocky performed in New York. Shortly thereafter, Rocky … READ MORE

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1-2-1 with Jeff Staple featuring Common | Video

Legendary Chicago MC Common was the latest interviewee for the 1-2-1 with Jeff Staple video interview series. It is amazing how paths get crossed in life, as Jeff had actually designed one of Common’s record covers over a decade ago while they were both at Rawkus records. … READ MORE

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HUF x Blondie – 40th Anniversary Collection

Singer Debbie Harry and guitarist Chris Stein formed Blondie back in 1974, pioneering early punk and new wave music in America. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary band, and HUF reached out to the NYC-based band for a special join venture. A custom black … READ MORE

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SVDDXNLY – A$AP Rocky Documentary Trailer | Video

Hailing from Harlem, New York, A$AP Rocky emerged in 2011 as a forerunner in the post-regional age of hip-hop, melding far-flung sonic influences from the West Coast as well as the Dirty South to create music that was self-assured, progressive, universal. The rapper’s rise to stardom is … READ MORE

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“Weird Al” Yankovic – “Tacky” Video | Pharrell Williams “Happy” Parody

Ever slightly offensive, “Weird Al” Yankovic unleashed his new music video “Tacky” yesterday on Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist website. A parody to the Pharrell Williams’ feel-good hit “Happy”, Yankovic’s version even includes a continuous video sequence featuring cameos by fellow comedians Jack Black, Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, … READ MORE

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G-Eazy – “I Mean It” Remix Featuring Remo and Rick Ross

Oakland native Gerald Earl Gillum, better known as G-Eazy, just released These Things Happen, his debut album. To mark the occasion and to celebrate it breaking the Top 10 rank on Billboard’s Hot 200 (and #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart), he’s given anchor track “I Mean It” … READ MORE

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Farewell To The Soul Man: A Tribute To Bobby Womack by 9th Wonder

Late last week, the music world was dealt a terrible loss with the passing of R&B legend Bobby Womack. In celebration of the man, his music, and his life, producer 9th Wonder (of Little Brother acclaim) compiled Farewell To The Soul Man, an assemblage of every beat … READ MORE

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Robin Thicke – “Paula” Album | Listen To Live Stream Now

Working his hardest to salvage his relationship, crooner Robin Thicke just debuted his newest album in its entirety via an exclusive live stream hosted by USA Today. The album, aptly titled “Paula”, is Thicke’s latest attempt to mend his marriage with actress Paula Patton. The couple announced … READ MORE

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FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” | Video

The visuals in FKA Twigs‘ (or Formerly Known As Twigs) video for “Two Weeks” are gloriously distracting – so much so, that it’s forgivable to let her sultry vocals slide into the background hidden behind the veneer of an ancient Egyptian temple complete with choreographed movements from … READ MORE

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BBC Radio 1 – “The Story of Q-Tip” Documentary | Streaming Audio

Nearly 25 years have passed since the release of Low End Theory, A Tribe Called Quest‘s second studio release; and while fans eagerly await the extended reissue of an album seminal to the Tribe catalog, Q-Tip has charted his own course that simultaneously embraces and distances himself … READ MORE

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Lana Del Rey – “Shades of Cool” | Video

Songstress Lana Del Rey‘s new single “Shades of Cool” from the recently released Ultraviolence plays like a missing track from Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby. Shadowy vocals run parallel to an over exposed world of muted colors as Del Rey navigates her licentious West Egg … READ MORE