Young Thug is feeling like Pac. Fresh off the release of So Much Fun, the prolific rapper has revealed plans for his next project Punk, which he describes as “more like Tupac.” During an interview with Rolling
Four-piece indie rock band Cheridomingo of Los Angeles has released a video for their new single "Makeup," out Friday across streaming services. Led by singer Anthony Avina, Cheridomingo includes bassist Alex Gonzalez, guitarist Adam Dobrucki and drummer
Young Thug is fresh off of the release of his debut album, So Much Fun but before he even released it, he was getting ready to release its follow up. The rapper announced his new project, Punk, which is
Mura Masa is back, but the future bass pop crossover doesn't sound quite the same. He's got a new emphasis on guitars and songwriting, and he tapped up-and-coming folk-popper Clairo to give his new vibe wings. The single
Since emerging from the Democratic Republic of the Congo last year, Kinshasa collective Kokoko! has been filling dance floors across the world with a kinetic, polyrhythmic style that mirrors the chaos and energy of their home country.
With the release of his new album, Young Thug has been on everybody’s mind this week. The Atlanta-raised rapper is running significantly more press than usual, promoting So Much Fun and even announcing a new body of
Dance nerds, rejoice. Iskur has updated his definitive electronic music genre guide for the first time in 18 years. Brostep, trap, moombahton and Dutch house all have their digital day — and uh, Pendulum is its own
Things got serious on Wednesday night's (Aug. 14) episode of America's Got Talent; with 14 acts vying for a spot in the Season 14 semifinals, some fan favorites just had to go. So it was goodbye to singer