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The Los Angeles musician Sam Gendel is an in-demand jazz saxophonist who has played with people like Vampire Weekend, Perfume Genius, and Moses Sumney. (He recently assisted on Sumney's cover of T-Pain's "Can't Believe It" from our very own Save Stereogum: An '00s Covers Comp.) But there's no saxophone on Gendel's new solo album DRM.
Historically speaking, this is a pretty good time for Public Enemy to be bringing noise. They are answering the call. The stentorian '80s rap greats just returned to their old home at Def Jam and released the new album What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? The new LP features appearances from many…
Back in June, Kanye West shared a new song called "Wash Us In The Blood" featuring Travis Scott and mixed by Dr. Dre, and around that time, he started using Twitter again. Things escalated quickly, as they do for Kanye West on Twitter, and now we've all seen him pissing on a Grammy. This morning,…
We may have reached the point where we can forget all about Public Enemy staging a breakup hoax earlier this year. Earlier this month, the legendary Long Island rap group announced that they had re-signed to Def Jam Records, the label that released all of their classic records. Today, they've released their new album What…
Sometime soon, the eternally energetic rap legend Busta Rhymes will release the new album Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath Of God. Last month, Busta got Chris Rock to announce the album's existence. On lead single "The Don & The Boss," a song that's mostly notable for the way Busta pronounces the phrase "Megan Thee…
Kanye West has been busy on Twitter lately. He has been comparing the music business to "modern day slavery." He has been posting scans of dozens of pages of his own contracts. And now he has posted a video that seems to show him pissing on a Grammy award.
The prestigious auction house Sotheby's held its first ever sale of hip-hop memorabilia tonight in New York, featuring items such as a one-of-a-kind Def Jam jacket and a DJ triptych by Fab 5 Freddy. One noteworthy object on sale was a plastic crown once worn by the Notorious B.I.G. Originally purchased for $6 at a…
submitted by Nick Sep 11th 2020 08:00 am (stereogum.com)
T.I. and Young Thug are both vastly influential Atlanta rap hitmakers, but the two come from vastly different generations, and they have vastly different aesthetics. Still, Tip and Thug have always made a weird kind of sense together. Way back in 2014, they teamed up on "About The Money," a great single that helped propel…
Featuring Suicidal Tendencies' Amery “AWOL” Smith on drumsThe post Beastie Boys upload 1995 hardcore EP ‘Aglio E Olio’ to streaming services for the first time appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.
Major Lazer and Nicki Minaj last collaborated in 2017The post Mr Eazi, Major Lazer and Nicki Minaj link up on new track ‘Oh My Gawd’ appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME.COM.
Major Lazer are ramping up to the release of their fourth LP, Lazerism. Back in May the Diplo-led crew started teasing "Oh My Gawd," a new collaboration with Afrobeats sensation Mr. Eazi also featuring rap and pop superstar Nicki Minaj and Eazi's fellow Nigerian K4MO. It was supposed to drop in July, but it's been…
submitted by Nick Sep 9th 2020 12:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Back in March, after she launched a Patreon but before she came out against mandatory vaccinations, M.I.A. shared a new song called "OHMNI 202091." Today she's launched the similarly named ohmni.com with the release of another new song called "CTRL."
submitted by Nick Sep 9th 2020 11:00 am (stereogum.com)
Early this year Aesop Rock shared a one-off single called "Rogue Wave" -- which inspired a response track by The O.C.-era indie rockers Rogue Wave called "Aesop Rock" -- and a video game soundtrack called Freedom Finger (Music From The Game). Now the underground rap legend is ready to drop his first solo album since…
It's a big day for fans of experimental music and/or people with a lot of time on their hands, as the Associated Press reports that a chord just changed in a 639-year-long performance of an organ composition by John Cage for the first time in nearly seven years. The score for Cage's 1987 work "Organ2/ASLSP,"
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