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When I first heard "Kind Of... Sometimes... Maybe," Jessie Ware's Miguel collab from Tough Love, my first thought was not, "This needs a J. Cole verse tacked on the beginning," especially one that…   Read Story »
Back in the spring, Chance The Rapper debuted a short untitled snippet of a song on Sirius radio station Shade 45. He recently performed that song, which is now called "Thotty," at Chicago's Spark In…   Read Story »
On Sunday afternoon, a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri shot the unarmed 18-year-old black man Michael Brown, and witnesses say that Brown had his hands up, attempting to surrender. Since then,…   Read Story »
More than most North American cities, Montreal gets it right when it comes to hosting music festivals. Fortunate enough to have a setting like Parc Jean-Drapeau, located in the heart of the city, a…   Read Story »
Here's one of the stranger -- and most strangely satisfying -- remixes of the year. Justin Timberlake's "TKO" was originally a workable but underwhelming second-tier 20/20 Experience single -- just…   Read Story »
October's Very Own took to their Blogspot this morning to post two new Drake songs. One is "The Motion," a song about shallow relationships featuring vocals by Sampha of SBTRKT. The other new song is…   Read Story »
A week after Kendrick's great Good Kid m.A.A.d. City came out, the Compton rapper is proving he still has plenty of tracks in the tank. Here's another leering number he just posted, the dramatic…   Read Story »
Last year, Drake gave the internet-rap insurgents of the world a vote of confidence when he took Kendrick Lamar and ASAP Rocky along as opening acts on his Club Paradise tour. That was cool. But the…   Read Story »
In some sort of historically massive downgrade, the video for "Party," the Prince-funk jam from Beyoncé's album 4, replaces the great Andre 3000 guest appearance of the album version with an…   Read Story »
After all these years, a new Jay-Z verse is still a pretty big deal. Jay's newest guest verse appears on "Mr. Nice Watch," a track from his verbose and arguably too-sincere Roc Nation protege J.…   Read Story »