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Disclosure's "Latch" is coming up on two years old now, but the Sam Smith-assisted song is having a second life on radio, peaking at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 a few weeks back. With that…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q doesn't really do "soothing," but "Studio," the BJ The Chicago Kid collab from his breakout album Oxymoron, is about as close as he gets. The song is about working and wishing you were…   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 »
UPDATE: As Pitchfork points out, Schoolboy Q actually may have been a target in the shooting. ABC News Denver reports that Q was in an SUV with all three shooting victims, though he wasn't personally…   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 »
We recently heard Ab-Soul, the most reliably bugged-out member of L.A.'s Black Hippy crew, unite with Action Bronson and Asaad on his track "Stigmata," and now he's finally made concrete plans for…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q has already made a pile of videos for songs from his 2014 breakout album Oxymoron, and the latest is for the growing-up-in-gangland reminiscence "Hoover Street." The song is maybe the…   Read Story »
The Bumbershoot Festival goes down in venues around Seattle every year on Labor Day weekend, and the lineup for this year's festivities on 8/30-9/1 just came out. As usual, it's a unique assembly of…   Read Story »
On Schoolboy Q's jagged and fired-up new album Oxymoron, "Studio," a collaboration with the promising R&B singer BJ The Chicago Kid, stands out as a rare languid moment. It's a song about being at…   Read Story »
Schoolboy Q's first two albums featured Ab-Soul collabs called "Druggys Wit Hoes" and "Druggys Wit Hoes Again," but a third part didn't show up on his latest album Oxymoron. At the L.A. stop of his…   Read Story »