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The members of New York's suddenly-awesome underground rap scene aren't exactly the most conventionally attractive group of dudes on the face of the earth, but they do know how to look cool. And the…   Read Story »
All three members of Das Racist are planning to release solo mixtapes in 2012, and a couple of weeks into the year, two of them have already done it. We've already posted The Palm Wine Drinkard, Kool…   Read Story »
Brooklyn knucklehead-rap wonder Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire broke out big this year with his excellent Lost In Translation mixtape, but he's been making grimy New York rap for way longer than that. The…   Read Story »
The new video for "Lou Ferigno's Mad," one of the tracks from Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire's excellently scuzzed-out New York rap mixtape Lost in Translation, has a whole lot of clips of the titular…   Read Story »
ASAP Rocky and Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire are the two young rappers currently doing the most to make New York an exciting rap scene again. Except maybe they don't like each other? There's definitely a…   Read Story »
It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this…   Read Story »
We actually got a ridiculous number of strong, visually striking music videos this week: everything on this week's list is pretty much must-see. And it does my heart good to see that two of them come…   Read Story »
Slurry up-and-coming Brooklyn MC Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire ended Lost In Translation, his free online album (and our inaugural Mixtape Of The Week last week), with an all-star remix of "Huzzah," his…   Read Story »
Welcome to a new column here at Stereogum. Every Wednesday, we'll pick a newish mixtape, rap or otherwise, and talk a bit about what's interesting about it and the way it works in the general context…   Read Story »
Last year, right around the time summer turned to fall, we at Stereogum published our list of the 40 best new bands of the year. The idea of a "new" band is a pretty nebulous one, since many of the…   Read Story »