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Jay Shells’ Rap Quotes Street Art Project Moves to Philadelphia

A while back, we showcased Jay Shells’ brilliant art project “Rap Quotes.” The project melds together street art and rap lyrics, with fun results. The street artist has now moved Rap Quotes to Philadelphia, using lyrics from Action Bronson,... Read more »

Tour Toronto with The Weeknd in His Video for “King of the Fall”

Toronto’s getting some major love. The Weeknd shows off what life is like in T.O. in his latest video for “King of the Fall,” which is the same name of his forthcoming four-date tour. Catch him... Read more »

Lowell – “LGBT”

In anticipation of her forthcoming debut album, We Loved Her Dearly, Lowell shares a new one titled “LGBT.” The song is fun and uplifting, complete with an infectiously catchy chorus that “promotes love, equality, and inclusion.”... Read more »

Watch EMA Make Her Television Debut On David Letterman

It’s been a minute since EMA released her sophomore album, The Future’s Void, but it was last night when she really made some waves. The South Dakota native made her television debut on the Late Show... Read more »

Listen to Usher’s New Song, “Believe Me,” Produced by Mike WiLL Made It

Following his performance with Nicki Minaj at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier tonight, Usher unveils a new song via Twitter. “Believe Me” features production by Mike WiLL Made It, and will appear on UR, due... Read more »

15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Here are... Read more »

Want a Personalized Verse From Lupe Fiasco? That’ll Be $500.

Say it’s your mom’s birthday soon, and you have no idea what to get her. You’ve given her unfortunate handmade cards, you’ve ordered her flowers, you’ve forgotten about her birthday completely a few times. It’s time... Read more »

Earl Sweatshirt on Taylor Swift’s New Video: “It’s inherently offensive”

Yesterday, Taylor Swift released “Shake it Off,” the first single from her upcoming album 1989. The accompanying video showcases a variety of dance styles, from ballet to twerking. In the twerking scene, the accompanying dancers appear to be mostly black.... Read more »

Awesome Outkast-Inspired Artwork, Cosigned by Outkast Themselves

We’ve seen terrible Jay Z fan art and awful Eminem fan art, but what about when it all goes right? Like a breath of fresh air, Outkast has been sharing a bunch of amazing Outkast-inspired artwork via... Read more »

Listen to MØ’s Somber “Night Version” of “Pilgrim”

MØ made an impressive debut with No Mythologies to Follow, and the album is proving to be the gift that keeps on giving. The Danish musician has released a new version of her breakout hit, “Pilgrim,”... Read more »

Video: Kool A.D., Toro y Moi, & Amaze 88 – “The Front”

Kool A.D., Toro y Moi, and Amaze 88′s “The Front,” which appears on Kool A.D.’s most recent album Word O.K., plays out like a throwback to the Golden Age of hip-hop. Keeping in line with that... Read more »

DMX Explains What Happened on the Slingshot Ride, Redeems Himself By Going On It Again

DMX is just a man. And you know what, that slingshot ride? It looks scary. I would know, as I’m a petrified of heights. But DMX is not, and that video unfairly represented him. To redeem... Read more »

Michael Cera Released an Album, is Still Not Jesse Eisenberg

Hollywood people, am I right? It looks like Michael Cera has made an official foray into the world of music with a self-released $7 album titled true that. The Canadian actor (not to be confused American... Read more »

Taylor Bennett – “Hatin’”

After releasing his Mainstream Music mixtape in May, Taylor Bennett solidified his place in rap—not just as Chance The Rapper’s younger brother, but as a formidable artist in his own right. Recently, he sat down with... Read more »

Listen to Ratking’s Stuttering Remix of Phantogram’s “Fall In Love”

Since Phantogram’s collaboration with Big Boi on his 2012 album Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, the duo has proven that their style is well suited for hip-hop leaning acts. Taking Phantogram’s “Fall In Love,” which appears... Read more »