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‘Year of the Snitch’ will be out June 22.
Unlike many of the new rappers making music from the feminine perspective, Queen Key has a vocal precision that could make a grown man whimper.
You can listen to the highly-anticipated featuring Pusha T, Mos Def and Ty Dolla $ign now.
Jonathan Olshefski’s documentary paints an intimate portrait of a black family in North Philadelphia.
This week’s #5NewTracks list consists of AFRO SAM, Lion Sphere, Crucial Features, and more.
Kevin Gates, a controversial recording artist from Louisiana recently released from prison, is back with the official video for ‘Let It Sing’.
Hailing from Queens, New York, DFNS comes off as a young man with an old soul through his inspiration and influence from New-York Rap and Old-School Hip-Hop that can be heard through his music and displayed on his social media.
On ‘Risk It All’, Cure is speaking of unconditional love and the depths he is willing to go to receive it.
If the pickup truck on the cover of Findlay, Ohio-native James Adkins wasn’t enough to tell you that he’s a country boy, you’re hard to please.
The tracks were consistent in tempo, tone and composition. ‘January Junk’ could have been made for the original launch of the Arsenio Hall show.
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