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Mike WiLL Made-It tapped a fully stacked list of artists to feature on his latest album, Ransom 2, including Rihanna, Future, and Big Sean. For his track “Perfect Pint,” he combined forces with Kendrick Lamar, Gucci Mane, and Rae Sremmurd. Show More Summary
This band’s latest release, “One More Light,” debuted at No. 1. Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn.” is No. 2 and Harry Styles’s solo debut slipped to No. 3.
Lil Yachty and Migos linked up with NME for their Band vs Band feature, where the four “Peek A Boo” collaborators sat down for an interesting debate about the current state of music. In the feature, the four Quality Control label-mates ask each other what their favorite song is from each other’s back catalogue, what […]
Lamar and Shamar have arrived in Southern California after several moves
Lamar Odom was removed from a strip club in the San Fernando Valley early Sunday AM, after he cut in line to enter... this according to an eyewitness who shot the video. Lamar and 2 women showed up at around 3:30 AM to Red Tie Gentleman's Club in…
Lamar Neagle scored on a penalty kick in the 61st minute and D.C. United beat the Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 on Saturday to snap a three-game losing streak
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Atlanta’s new MLS team already has a major fan in music producer Mike Will Made-It. The hotshot who has worked with everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Rihanna to Miley Cyrus to...
May is winding down, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t turning up. Missy Elliott and Future prove you can indeed improve on perfection with a couple of killer remixes featuring Lil Kim, Eve, Trina and Kendrick Lamar, respectively. Lil Yachty dropped his debut full-length Teenage Emotions and it is full of emotional bangers. We also […]
Multi-instrumentalist, producer, and frequent Kendrick Lamar collaborator Terrace Martin has announced a new collaborative group of musicians and producers. The new group is called the Pollyseeds. The contributors include Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington, and singer Rose Gold, among others. Show More Summary
Grammy-nominated producer, saxophonist and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Terrace Martin just announced he’s quietly been piecing together a soul-snatching new musical collective called The Pollyseeds. Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington and Marlon Williams are just a few of the names he’s tapped to be part of the expansive project. Show More Summary
The ACC is coming off one of its most successful college football seasons that includes Clemson’s national title win and Louisville’s Lamar Jackson winning the Heisman Trophy. With that in mind, here are several players worth watching this season: Jessie Bates III, S, Wake Forest The Buzz: Bates...
Terrace Martin is one of the guys working to blur the lines between rap music and jazz, collaborating with everyone from Kendrick Lamar to Robert Glasper to Kamasi Washington. The latter two both showed up on Velvet Portraits, Martin's last album, and now they're both joining him on his newest project, the Pollyseeds. Led by…
Whoever handed a mic to Justin Bieber at New York's 1Oak on Tuesday night should consider what he hath wrought. First, the internet found footage of Bieber trying his hand at an ill-advised remix of Kendrick Lamar's latest single, "HUMBLE." SEE...Show More Summary
The U.S. Senate has voted to name the new federal courthouse in Nashville after the late actor-politician Fred Thompson. Sen. Lamar Alexander announced the Senate's vote Wednesday leaves the final … Click to Continue »
It's interesting to see a rise in "preach" moments on recent albums release by L'Orange, Beyonce, Kanye, Dean Blunt, Kendrick Lamar, etc. Another intriguing factor is projects like Serpentwithfeet, Arca, and Perfume Genius have now personified this perpetual idea of "preach" in music. Also, random, but equally endearing in the topic of "preach:" James Brown.
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Future has shared this new Kendrick Lamar remix of his hit “Mask Off”, effectively extending its shelf-life through the summer. The track was first premiered at Coachella, and then “The Breakfast Club”. It’s now available on Apple Music and iTunes. Listen below. Continue reading