Migos has a new track with Justin Bieber and it's killer. It's also served to further cement the fact that Migos loves broccoli. They love it. And they rap about broccoli* more often than anyone else. Here is the proof:
Oh my god this is, without a doubt, the summer jams to end all summer jams. Migos and Justin Bieber together for "Looking for You." Hey, maybe if we just let Biebs do his thing, he'll continue to make magic. BTW what do you think Bieliebers make of Migos. Who knows! Who cares! This is great.
All of the videos for Oxymoron have been so real. And a little dark. Directed by Yellow Nguyen and Moosa, this is the new visual for Hoover Street, and it falls into that same territory.
Remember Twitter Music? Probably not. The ill-fated recommendation service started as We Are Hunted, which was a great independent service until Twitter bought it, tanked its music ambitions, and killed it. Now there's a rumor Twitter has its roving eye on SoundCloud. We really hope history isn't about to repeat…
We all know the feeling: It's the end of your high school career, the four most formative years of your young life, and you want to pick that perfect quote to embody the wisdom you've gleaned on your journey. That so many of our young people are choosing Lil B-inspired quotes bodes well for our country's future.
You gotta wonder how Future got hooked up with Little Dragon. The answer is the internet is a weird place. But also, Future is from space, so draw your own conclusions. Regardless, here is Klapp Klapp, with a verse from Nayvadius himself.
I am very into this: the DJ Mustard-produced, YG-featuring Jeremih track "Don't Tell 'Em." It's excellent. The new Jeremih album—due out later this year—can't come soon enough.
Here's the video for "Dipshits," off A-Trak and Cam'ron's upcoming Federal Reserve project. It's a regular Diplomats reunion up in here, with cameos from Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, Dame Dash, and Juju's ass. Hell. yes. [Complex]
This is awesome—a data scientist analyzed rapper's vocabularies against Shakespeare's to determine who had the largest vocabularies. The answer? Unsurprisingly, Aesop Rock followed by Wu-Tang Clan. Wu-Tang? Inventing words? Obviously.
This is called "Black." and it's the first new track The-Dream has dropped since his split from Def Jam back in January. It is very clearly a political statement, and hopefully it's indicative of more new stuff to come.
Okay, most of this is going to be Coachella-related, because I'm one of those assholes that was at Coachella, and my brain is still eroding as a result. But here goes:
SZA is TDE's very first female signee, and her debut album, Z, drops this week. You may have heard her guest on tracks from some of her labelmates—ScHoolboy Q and Isaiah Rashad, to name a few. Last week we also heard her crooning alongside Chance the Rapper on a single off the album called "Child's Play." Anyway, all…
What was I banging this week? Lots and lots of Future, a little new joint from Juvenile, and a heaping dose of the sounds of Houston.
This is "Muscle," a new track from A-Trak featuring Juvenile. It bangs. It seems A-Trak has mounted a campaign to bring back all our favorite early 200s rappers in full force. Let's do that.
Lots of gyrating, lots of humping, lots of thrusting. You just have to watch the whole thing.
Good morning and get ready to want to groove. This is "Jealous (I Ain't With It), Chromeo's single off their forthcoming album, White Women. Out May 12, it's their first album in four years, and based off this and the other three singles we've already heard, it is shaping up to be insanely dancey.
I hope we're starting to thaw out soon, but until then, here's the winter edition of the Seasonal Hip Hop Playlist. New stuff from Rick Ross, SchoolBoy Q, and Ty Dolla $ign getting a whole lotta airtime. Honestly, most of the Beach House EP has found a post on this playlist. Let it keep you warm until the weather…
This is the video for the Charlie XCX-featuring track "Fancy," and it's a perfect homage to Cluless. Hi, Iggy, you are so cool. This video is my spring 2014 lookbook.
Migos, a weirdo rap trio out of Atlanta, is prolific. In fact, they just dropped another new mixtape today. They're also prolific yellers. So I created a short guide to you about what exactly they are yelling in the background of their tracks: