This is the album we never knew we needed. 10/10. No more words are necessary.
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RL Grime’s remixes are always on point, and this one of The Weeknd’s “The Hills” is no exception. Stream it above.
Here’s a new look from A-Trak, as he strays from his traditional trap and dub sounds. He instead gives us a deep tropical house mix over beautiful piano chords accompanied by some real soulful vocals from Jamie Lidell, and we definitely are digging this. Stream “We All Fall Down” above.
Never thought I would actually like a song from Lil Dicky… but here is one that I can’t hate on. With features from Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan, a hilarious video concept, and solid production, Lil Dicky can take a W for this one.
Travis Scott brings us to the night show in his video for “Antidote”.
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Pitchfork’s Best New Track went to DIIV’s “Dopamine” earlier today, and we couldn’t agree more. This is the first single off their upcoming sophomore release, Is the Is Are, which has yet to be given a release date. But we are sure to be ready for it when it does drop. For now you can just listen to their debut album, Oshin, on Spotify.
Been waiting for this video to drop after hearing this live early in the morning. What a masterful cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” from the magical combination of Disclosure and Sam Smith.
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Rozay does not stop working. Stream his appropriately titled track above, and stream his newest mixtape, Black Dollar, here.
Out of respect for his mother, Goldlink drops a relatively appropriate video for his explicit track, “Dance On Me”.
“Moms said she loves ‘Dance On Me’ but the lyrics are Rated R”
“Mom, I made you a video that’s PG.”