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It’s practically a rap superhero origin story. Five guys from a decrepit Midwestern city stay out in the streets, trying to get money however they can. While they’re out on those corners, during quiet moments, they fill time by singing old songs together, harmonizing on Temptations tracks the same way the actual Temptations once did. More »

Last week, Young Thug released a new song called “Power.” The Atlanta rapper is ascendent — as Tom Breihan noted in his Album Of The Week review, Young Thug’s new Barter 6 makes a “full-on rap-star leap” — but he’s just one of many in the game to employ and embrace the word “thug.” Some… More »

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Spotify Has Compiled The Ultimate 4/20 Playlist

In honor of today’s… err… holiday, Spotify has compiled a list of all of the songs most frequently included on 4/20-themed playlists, along with a few other fun facts. According to Spotify, 75 percent of the 40,000+ 4/20 playlists on the site were created by men, and unsurprisingly, the most-streamed 4/20 track is Cypress Hill’… More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / April 20, 2015 - 11:48 am

Watch Eazy-E’s Hologram Perform With Bone Thugs-N-Harmony At Rock The Bells

This year’s Rock The Bells started yesterday in San Bernardino, CA. One of the most anticipated performances was a hologram of Eazy-E collaborating with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. The seven-minute performance included renditions of “Boyz In the Hood” and “Straight Out Of Compton.” In an interview with the LA Times about the making of the Eazy-E hologram,… More »

By: Liz Pelly / September 8, 2013 - 5:16 pm

SXSW 2010: The Wrap Up

We saw a bunch of bands this past week. Not every set was memorable, but there were more than enough highlights to make the stiff necks and barking feet worth it. Here’s Wednesday, Thursday, Gibbarday, and SXSW’s metal shows, and more. This last post contains our notes, and photos from our intrepid photographers — RyanMore »

By: stereogum / March 23, 2010 - 11:42 am