Action Bronson has released his first album since leaving Atlantic Records. Titled White Bronco, Bronson has been teasing the album for the better half of 2018. The 11-track project features appearances from A$AP Rocky, Meyhem Lauren, Yung Mehico, and Big Body Bes. Advertisements
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I feel like there’s not too much you could write about Listen In. But let me describe the atmosphere for you, because THAT was something. Being an all ages crowd, it was going to be interesting from the start. The crowd started off pretty small at first. I would say the range seemed to go
Before YG hits us with his long awaited Stay Dangerous album next Friday, the Still Brazy rapper has released his new song & accompanying video for “Handgun” with A$AP Rocky. Tour Details: YG live in Auckland A$AP Rocky live in Auckland
One of the trendiest figures in hip hop, A$AP Rocky is heading back to Auckland’s Spark Arena this September for Listen In – featuring Skrillex, Skepta and Lil Skies. With a long list of bangers from the A$AP Mob leader, we look at five of his best. 1. Wild For The Night Teaming up
Earlier this month it was announced that Skrillex, A$AP Rocky, Skepta, and Lil Skies were heading to Auckland’s Spark Arena this September for Listen In Festival. Collaborating with some of the best in the industry, we look at five hip-hop tracks Skrillex has been involved with. 1. Skrillex & Rick Ross – Purple Lamborghini.
Skepta is heading to Auckland in September, joining A$AP Rocky, Lil Skies and Skrillex for Listen In Festival. But who is Skepta and why should you be excited to see him perform? Skepta’s real name is Joseph Junior Adenuga, and grew up in Tottenham, North London He was part of the Meridian Crew – a
Lil Skies is heading to New Zealand for the first time in September to play at Listen In, along side A$AP Rocky, Skepta and Skrillex, but who is Lil Skies? Taking inspiration for his name from his father, a recording artist known as Dark Skies, Lil Skies is a hip-hop artist from Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. A
A handpicked line-up of Hip Hop and Electronic music’s biggest acts will take the stage for one night only at Auckland’s Spark Arena, Friday September 28th for Listen In presented by Fuzzy and Live Nation. Listen In is the offshoot of the annual Australian dance and hip-hop festival Listen Out which sold out all its
A$AP Rocky and Skepta link up for the video for “Praise The Lord (Da Shine).” The single serves as the second video to drop off of Testing .
A$AP Rocky’s newest album “Testing” was his chance to solidify himself as one of the leading MC’s of his generation. “Testing” shines in its production which is crisp and diverse throughout the 15 song album. The opening track, “Distorted Records,” is explosively raw and fast paced, best described by its line “Big bass make the world shake