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When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to select the rising bands which have connected them, someone wrote a long time ago. Or, something close to that. Here's what…   Read Story »
The music-video universe took a bit of a week off this week; Labor Day, I guess, will do that. But there was still plenty of good stuff out this week; the relative scarcity just meant that I didn't…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks's road to success began in Harlem, and her breakout single "212" is an ode to the city that seems to live in every one of her beats and slyly snarled lyrics. She's moved, though, to Los…   Read Story »
Here's Azealia Banks's look-heavy clip for "1991," a lively, color-saturated video that could easily serve as a stand-alone Fashion's Night Out promo. Justin Mitchell directs. Watch it…   Read Story »
Today, Azealia Banks drops the sleek and stylish video for 1991 cut "Van Vogue," in which we find our heroine getting twisty, getting soaked (mundane behavior for mermaids), and striking dozens upon…   Read Story »
For such a new rap-scene face, Azealia Banks certainly loves throwing darts at her more-established forbears. She's had a ton of icy words for T.I. already, and on her new song "Succubi," Banks…   Read Story »
Do a search for "trap" on SoundCloud and you'll find more than 500 tracks uploaded with the tag in the last three days. What's interesting, though, are the labels that show up with the most frequency…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks just dropped her long-awaited Fantasea mixtape, a release that's suffered a few delays but managed to keep excitement high thanks to tracks like "Jumanji," "Aquababe," "Neptune" and…   Read Story »
Here's another from Azealia Bank's forthcoming mixtape Fantasea, a track called "Neptune" that features the British rapper Shystie. It rides a pulsating piece of production that sounds, fittingly…   Read Story »
Harlem dance-rap sensation Azealia Banks has just released yet another free MP3 out into the online ether. Like a lot of her other songs, this one has her going in over a jittery dance-music beat,…   Read Story »