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Pharrell headlined Odd Future's annual Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles over the weekend, and a couple notable things happened during his set. For one, his N.E.R.D. cohorts Chad Hugo and Shay…   Read Story »
On the same day that Interscope apparently dropped Chief Keef, Mac Miller announced that he's signed to Warner Bros., for a deal that's reportedly worth $10 million. You will not find a better…   Read Story »
A few months ago, the onetime frat-rap pariah Mac Miller released Faces, the mixtape that displayed his full evolution into a fascinating force of head-blown stoner-rap self-doubt. Miller's video for…   Read Story »
Black Hippy colleagues Ab-Soul and Schoolboy Q mostly get together to make supremely zooted party anthems, and "Hunnid Stax," from Ab-Soul's new album These Days..., certainly fits the bill. Director…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q recently showed up on one track from Mac Miller's surprisingly great recent mixtape Faces, and now we get to hear them on a track together again. Miller just shared "Melt," a Q/Miller…   Read Story »
Riff Raff's long-in-the-works debut album Neon Icon is only a week and a half away from release, and we've already heard the early singles "How To Be The Man" and "Kokayne." But the new Mac Miller…   Read Story »
I was really enjoying hating Mac Miller. He was so much fun to hate. Here was this annoying bemused-goon Bob Marley poster-type motherfucker who came out of nowhere and rode the Wiz Khalifa wave to…   Read Story »
It's been more than a year now since we were first forced to take Mac Miller seriously, but it still feels weird. Nevertheless, the onetime frat-rap pariah is now a firmly entrenched part of that…   Read Story »
A nice thing about Earl Sweatshirt: He is perfectly capable of dropping new music on us at any moment, and even if that music is a stoned-friends-fucking-around outtake, it'll be well worth hearing.…   Read Story »
Look, I tried to ignore this; I really did. But the streets demanded it. (The streets, in this case, are represented by Scott Lapatine, my boss.) Mac Miller, the frat-rap doofus who became a…   Read Story »