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Etnik has released a video for his hard-hitting new collaboration with Mykki Blanco. The video amplifies the gothic-rave vibe of the song, featuring slow-motion dancing and some intimidating-looking…   Read Story »
Mykki Blanco has announced the release of Gay Dog Food, a new project that's out at the end of the month. It features collaborations with Kathleen Hanna, Cakes Da Killa, Katie Got Bandz, and more.…   Read Story »
There are some major releases stacking up for the end of the year, and all last month, 5 Best Songs was filled with heavy hitters. This week felt like the eye of the storm. Most of the artists on…   Read Story »
Behold, one of those genius rapper-producer pairings that just plain works. On "Unclassified," the title track from young German producer Etnik's new OWSLA EP, Mykki Blanco absolutely goes off. The…   Read Story »
British trip-hop originator Tricky and New York-based nutball Mykki Blanco belong to two very different generations of rap iconoclasm, but they've come together on "Lonnie Listen," a track from…   Read Story »
Mykki Blanco only ever makes awesome videos. And after being arrested in Portugal "for being gay," the confrontational New York-based has made a video for the recent single "She Gutta" that's…   Read Story »
The gender-bending rapper Mykki Blanco is doing a residency at an art gallery in Lisbon right now, and his trip overseas isn't going so well. As Noisey reports, Blanco was arrested at the airport…   Read Story »
"She Gutta" pairs Mykki Blanco with Jeremiah Meece, a producer who last year left a significant mark with his project The-Drum and credits on Le1f's Tree House (read our review of that here). The…   Read Story »
The gender-freaking New York-based art-rapper Mykki Blanco has one of the most intense presences on rap's underground, and his (or, if she prefers, her) music remains tough and confrontational…   Read Story »
On Monday, the Brooklyn-based Fool's Gold label carried on its tradition of hat-tipping old New York with an annual Day Off block party. Helmed by founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs, the free party…   Read Story »