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For his new single "Bugatti," the Montreal dance producer Tiga links up with the great Clipse rapper Pusha T. It's perhaps a bit weird for someone to name a song "Bugatti" so soon after the great…   Read Story »
In between stops on her summer tour, Lorde curated the soundtrack to the upcoming blockbuster The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1. We've already heard some of her handiwork in her solo cut…   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 »
Earlier this year, we passed along the rumor that the great brotherly Virginia Beach duo Clipse were back together and working on a new album. Those reports, sadly, proved to be false. Pusha T has…   Read Story »
"Move That Dope," the burping, twitching Future/Pusha T/Pharrell/Casino posse cut from Future's new album Honest, is easily my favorite single of the year, in any genre. And last night, Future and…   Read Story »
The production team of Sean C and LV is getting ready to release a new compilation mixtape called Loud Dreams Vol. 1, and it's got appearances from plenty of the people you'd expect to see on a comp…   Read Story »
Future's trap-spaceship banger "Move That Dope" is easily my favorite rap song of 2014 thus far, and it's probably my favorite song period. For a music video, it deserves nothing less than, like, a…   Read Story »
In most weeks, any of the top 3, maybe top 4 songs on this list could have made a valid claim for the No. 1 spot. But the song that did take home the gold did so with authority: "Rap song of 2014…   Read Story »
Whooo! You know that feeling you get where you walk out of a great movie and lights seem sharper, colors seem more vivid, the air tastes better? That's how I feel after hearing "Move That Dope" for…   Read Story »
Pusha T already released more videos off My Name Is My Name than you can count on one hand, but why not one more when the song bangs like this? "Suicide" rides menacingly squeaky Pharrell production…   Read Story »