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NEW MUSIC: Anderson .Paak – WHO R U?

With a few more days until he releases his new album, Anderson .Paak drops the track WHO R U?, produced by Dr. Dre. Catch Anderson live New Zealand in January. Ticket info HERE.     Advertisements

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Live Stream: Camp Flog Gnaw

Tyler, the Creator’s annual music festival Camp Flog Gnaw has returned to LA today. You can live stream the festival HERE. streaming, carnival pic.twitter.com/JpkwVhpK3Q — Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) November 9, 2018        

Concert Review: RL Grime, Baauer & Buddy Live In Auckland

I thought when I arrived right on time for the doors there would be more people waiting but there wasn’t. That’s when I knew this crowd would grow insanely by the time RL Grime came on. But those late arrivals missed out. Melodownz took the stage straight away with Ill Baz on the decks. On

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NEW MUSIC: Ariana Grande – thank you, next

Earlier today, we reported that Ariana Grande was planning to release both an album and a track titled, “thank u, next.” Proving that she is one to deliver on her promises, Ari dropped a single named “thank u, next” today; and she doesn’t hold back.

Stream Metro Boomin’s New Album “Not All Heroes Wear Capes”

Metro Boomin took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce his new project, Metro Boomin Presents: Not All Heroes Wear Capes. This is the hit producer’s first project since Double or Nothing with Big Sean that came out in December last year. The album is out now featuring Drake, Travis Scott, Gunna, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Offset, Swae Lee

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Stream Action Bronson’s New Album “White Bronco”

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.

Live Stream Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life

An epic lineup of hip-hop artists and John Mayer will pay tribute to rapper Mac Miller, who died on Sept. 7 at the age of 26. The concert is scheduled to feature performances from Anderson .Paak, Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples, Ty Dolla $ign, SZA and, yes, John Mayer — among others yet to

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