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Music has the ability to communicate a wide emotional spectrum, and this week's 5 Best Songs do just that. Whether it be Porter Robinson giving us some anthemic waves of synth, or Cam'ron going in on…   Read Story »
Hey, whoever's in charge of music video releases! Can you space things out a little better, please? Last week, I scrambled to come up with five watchable videos. This week, I have to leave out a few…   Read Story »
If you were a certain type of rap fan in the early-to-mid-'00s, get ready to feel a wave of nostalgia blow you completely over. Cam'ron has lately been working on Federal Reserve, a new collaborative…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, A-Trak teamed up with the Virginia rap producer Lex Luger to form Low Pros, a new production duo that splits the difference between trap-rap and trap-rave. They've already released…   Read Story »
A few years ago, A-Trak got together with the pioneering house/garage producer Armand Van Helden to form the playful dance duo Duck Sauce, and they quickly scored a vast international hit with…   Read Story »
If A-Trak seems, at first, to be the driving force behind Low Pros, his new duo with trap-rap producer Lex Luger, he sure looked like something else last week. Low Pros headlined the Fool's Gold SXSW…   Read Story »
A-Trak recently joined forces with the great Virginia producer and Waka Flocka Flame collaborator Lex Luger to form the duo Low Pros, and "Jack Tripper," the Young Thug/PeeWee Longway collab they…   Read Story »
He's been a dance-music headliner for years, but A-Trak was a DMC World Champion turntablist before he was old enough to drive, and now he's getting back on his rap shit. He's getting ready to…   Read Story »
Harlem rap prince Cam'ron and dance-music mogul A-Trak have a collaborative EP called Federal Reserve on the way, and it's potentially going to be awesome, but I was a bit worried that it would just…   Read Story »
Duck Sauce, the dance production duo of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, don't release new tracks all that often, but when they do, those tracks have a way of becoming anthems. Today, they've given the…   Read Story »