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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 »
After some time away, the Baltimore-bred dance-rapper Spank Rock returned earlier this spring with the pounding "Gully," his first single in three years. He's got a new video for the song, even…   Read Story »
Spank Rock is back with his first new single in three years. "Gully," produced by Boys Noize and Kid Kamillion, repeatedly implores us to "pump the bass," and its greyscale minimal house thump lends…   Read Story »
Rap Game BFFAEAEAEAE, Baltimore's Spank Rock and Philly rapper Amanda Blank, have released "We Can Go All Nite Long," following a little bit of a mini-hiatus from Blank. This is a filth-fest of a…   Read Story »
This past weekend, Brooklyn's Commodore Barry Park hosted the eighth annual Afro-punk Festival, a two-day event offering gourmet food trucks, street art, skating and BMX competitions, and an…   Read Story »
Last year, Spank Rock teamed up with Santigold on "Car Song," a track that appeared on his album Everything Is Boring And Everyone Is A Fucking Liar. Now, Seattle art-rap duo Shabazz Palaces have…   Read Story »
Last year, Win Win, the dance trio led by former Spank Rock producer XXXchange, released their self-titled debut album. Today, their track "Pop A Gumball" gets a video, and it stars Spank Rock,…   Read Story »
Santigold's roots are in punk (via her old Philly band Stiffed) as much as they are label A&R (via her tenure as an Epic Records agent), so be not surprised by her outright gaming of The System when…   Read Story »
"I took New York like Cloverfield." That's Spank Rock on "Car Song," the Santigold collab from his new album Everything Is Boring And Everyone Is A Fucking Liar. I like that line, mostly because…   Read Story »
"Nasty" is probably the title you'd expect for a team-up between Baltimore/Philly dance rapper Spank Rock and New Orleans sissy bounce queen Big Freedia. And the song itself, from Spank Rock's new…   Read Story »