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In a world beset by attacks on human rights, disease, death, and social media, the one thing everyone can agree is the scariest thing is, indeed, the night of Halloween. More »


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Clams Casino came up producing head-blown, startling beautiful beats for inspirational meme-rapper Lil B. Clams is famous on his own now, but he and Lil B have stayed collaborators, with… More »


After a seemingly endless series of teases, but not at all long after Endless, Frank Ocean has really, truly, honestly delivered The Album Formerly Known As Boys Don’t Cry. It’s… More »


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By this point in the summer, those of us who’ve attended some combination of Lollapalooza and Outside Lands and Bonnaroo and Governor’s Ball and Coachella are usually ready to hang… More »


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Clams Casino’s debut album 32 Levels is our Album Of The Week. It comes out tomorrow, and we’ve already heard a bunch of tracks from it, including “Blast,” “Witness,” “AllMore »


Vic Mensa just released his new surprise EP There’s Alot Going On earlier this month, and now, in honor of LGBT Pride Month and today’s Pride Parades in NYC and… More »


“This world has not reformed.” That was Bill Bratton, the commissioner of the New York Police Department, talking about rap music last week. He doesn’t even know how wrong he… More »


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Michael Volpe, better known as Clams Casino, has stepped out from behind the boards a bit to announce his new album 32 Levels. We’ve already heard the lead single “Blast,” More »


ILoveMakonnen and Lil B are, like it or not, two rap pioneers — guys who have overcome significant, um, technical limitations to turn rap into a safe space for weirdo… More »


Last year, Lil B and Chance The Rapper got together to record an entire album in one day. Both of them were in Chicago for Pitchfork Music Festival weekend, and… More »


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If you believe everything you read, the music industry was “saved” not once but three times in 2015 — first by Taylor Swift, then by Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre,… More »


Things got hot in 2015. After 2014, when most of rap’s biggest names took the year off, everyone was suddenly locked into a brutal competition to see who could claim… More »


Lil B apparently has some problem with the Weeknd. As Pitchfork reports, in the new video for “4 Tha Record” off of his upcoming mixtape Thugged Out Pissed Off, he… More »


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Lil B can still make great music when the moment strikes; his new collaborative mixtape with Chance The Rapper is proof. But his whole all-positivity outlook means he’s also more… More »


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Last week, the internet was taken by storm with scheduled and unscheduled hip-hop releases. Mac Miller premiered the track “100 Grandkids” off his long-delayed upcoming release, GO:OD AM; Lil B… More »


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