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A month ago, we posted the first glimpse of the new mixtape from Das Racist's Heems, an uptempo cut called "Killing Time." Today, he's got another from the impending release, a spacier cut featuring…   Read Story »
Summer is ending! And you have some work to do. Did you experience that season-defining moment? That rooftop conversation, that carefree weekend of intense interpersonal bonding? Did you find the…   Read Story »
Later this fall, Queens rapper Heems will put out a new mixtape called Wild Water Kingdom, a follow-up to his extremely solid Nehru Jackets mixtape that he released in January. Today, he dropped the…   Read Story »
Das Racist member Kool A.D. has already released two solo mixtapes this year, and now he's got a new song that doesn't appear on either of them. O.G. Latin gangsta rapper Kid Frost produced the new…   Read Story »
New York rap bruiser Meyhem Lauren got together just about everyone cool in underground rap to record his forthcoming mixtape Respect The Fly Shit over a few days at SXSW, and we've already posted…   Read Story »
With the news that creator Dan Harmon is fired from Community, it makes sense for that show's actors to look for other things to do with their lives. Donald Glover was already pretty active with his…   Read Story »
Meyhem Lauren is a total bruiser of a rapper and a fixture on New York's vital-as-fuck underground rap scene, and he's also the man responsible for this amazing album cover. During SXSW, he got…   Read Story »
"Hale-Bopp Was The Bedouins" is the Himanshu collab from Plateau Vision, the underrated new album from Philly rapper/producer Lushlife. When the track appeared in its original form, on Lushlife's No…   Read Story »
Since last summer, our Amrit Singh has been making an independent short film called Dosa Hunt, starring Das Racist's Himanshu Suri and Ashok Kondabolu, Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, Yeasayer's…   Read Story »
Himanshu, FKA Heems, spends a considerable amount of time delving into the identity politics and cultural penumbras of his Indian-American heritage, and no song title codifies that more than this new…   Read Story »