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A$AP Rocky debuted his new single "Multiply" tonight, along with a video for it. It's the first solo track we've heard from Flacko since his debut album last year, LONG.LIVE.A$AP, which made him and…   Read Story »
Last Friday was the Fourth Of July, which meant we didn't run one of these lists. But the videos kept piling up, and so we're giving you our picks for this week's five best videos, as well as,…   Read Story »
Hey, whoever's in charge of music video releases! Can you space things out a little better, please? Last week, I scrambled to come up with five watchable videos. This week, I have to leave out a few…   Read Story »
It's been about three years since the Denver producer Pictureplane broke us off with his great Thee Physical album, and while he's not ready to let us know about any new LPs he has in the work, he's…   Read Story »
I didn't do one of these columns last week, since there were almost no music videos. At this point, the music industry has stretched and woken up, a few big albums and mixtapes have come out, a lot…   Read Story »
When I say A$AP Ferg's "Hood Pope" was one of my favorite songs of 2013, I mean I couldn't go 60 seconds some days without emulating the mournfully crooned multi-syllabic "Oooohhhhh" that kicks off…   Read Story »
Tom is in Sweden, so I'm here to deliver you the best videos of the week. If I had the gall to actually take over this column and implement the non-music video content he's been threatening to list…   Read Story »
Last April, World's Fair released their 50 Cent-interpolating "'96 Knicks" on Hot 97 DJ Peter Rosenberg's New York Renaissance mixtape. The cut, which uses references both the "What Up, Gangsta?"…   Read Story »
Last week, we were gifted Lakutis's "Too Ill For The Law" and its brooding clip co-crafted by visionary director Shomi Patwary. Here's another piece of his work, "Flowers," a collab between Prince…   Read Story »
In assembling the remix for his awesomely ignorant Juicy J/Danny Brown drug-rap throwdown "Piss Test," dance-rap baron A-Trak recruited a deep, wide, and fascinating lineup of collaborators. In…   Read Story »