R.A. The Rugged Man -“Dragon Fire” Ft. Ghostface Killah, Kool G Rap, Masta Killa

R.A. The Rugged Man will be releasing his long-awaited new album “All My Heroes Are Dead“ later this week, and now he’s sharing another standout track from the album.  Released as part of the Adult Swim Singles program, “Dragon Fire” finds R.A. trading razor-sharp lines with hip-hop heavyweights Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa, and Kool G Rap.
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Built To Spill – “Mountain Top” (Daniel Johnston Cover)

Built To Spill were aiming to release their Daniel Johnston tribute album -- fittingly titled Built To Spill Plays The Songs Of Daniel Johnston -- at the top of May. It's been pushed back to 6/12, but in the meantime, they've got another advance track out today to go along with "Bloody Rainbow" … More »
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TNL – “No Apologies” (Album)

Battle Creek, MI rappers/brothers TNL ( individually known as Tarek & Luss) return with their latest project No Apologies. The 14 track LP features two collaborations with former Shady Records artist, Ca$his and production from Statik Selektah, Mark Batson, Carlos “6 July” Broady, AraabMuzik, Red Spyda, Salam Wreck, D.R.U.G.S Beats, Jimmy Dukes, Rikanatti, & DJ Pain 1. No Apologies by TNL
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MXNA LXSA – “Waking Up” (Video)

Coming off the “Gaslight” hit we posted a few days ago, Albuquerque based Hip Hop collective MXNA LXSA are back with a brand new video premier for “Waking Up” off their upcoming album “The Hook”.
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TOPE & Osagie – “Bring What I Need”

Bay Area artists TOPE and Osagie The Great connect for the smooth new anthem “Bring What I Need,” the lead single from their upcoming joint EP.  Produced by TOPE, Osagie The Great leads the way on “Bring What I Need” displaying his cooler than cool vocals, catchy hook writing abilities, and one of a kind adlibs
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Parsnip – “Adding Up”

Melbourne rockers Parsnip released their debut album When The Tree Bears Fruit last summer on the venerable Trouble In Mind label. "Lift Off!" in particular was a jam, and so is "Adding Up," the title track from a new EP Parsnip are dropping next month. More »
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Kevin Hunter Relaunches Publishing Company He Created With Ex-Wife Wendy Williams, Announces 3 Upcoming Books

Kevin Hunter has spent his time in self-isolation making business moves. He has relaunched his publishing company he started with ex-wife, Wendy Williams. Page Six reports Hunter has relaunched Hunter Publishing Group with Sonia Alleyne, radio personality TT Torrez, and attorney Ray Hamlin signed and expected to release books in the coming months. Hunter and Williams began the company together in 2017, but Hunter retained sole ownership of the venture following their recent divorce settlement. A...
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Reginae Carter Says Controversial Cucumber Party Was the Final Straw With YFN Lucci: “He Didn’t Have Respect for Me”

Reginae Carter is currently enjoying her single status, but she’s also still healing from her breakup with rapper YFN Lucci. Carter opened up about the tumultuous relationship during the premiere of T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle. “I’m still going through my little heartbreak,” she said. “I was in love with this man, but I feel like I’m in a healthy space mentally.” After dating off and on for nearly two years, Carter and Lucci broke up in August after he attended Alexis Skyy and her boyfr...
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Jaysin the Sin God – “Energy”

  Chicago rapper Jaysin the Sin God brings the “Energy” on his new single  
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Dark Arts – “Coke War” Ft. Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood, Scott G

Some of the dopest underground music coming out of Liverpool, UK by Dark Arts! Check out the new single, “Coke War”, featuring Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood, and Scott G.  Coke War (feat Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood & Scott G) by Dark Arts
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The wonderful history of Troll Dolls

To mark last week's release of the new Trolls World Tour movie, Smithsonian's Michelle Delgado tells the origin story of Troll Dolls, from their birth following World War II their modern day big screen revival. The tale begins in Gjøl, Denmark, home to baker Thomas Dam (1915-1989) who could no longer work when the local flour factory went out of business. From Smithsonian: Dam would sit near the fireplace, carving bits of wood while he thought. He often carved funny creatures to enterta...
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Watch these virtual concert livestreams during your social distancing

There's no shortage of daily musical lineups
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Bobby Fishscale – Super Fishy (LP)

The Dirty South has a new addiction flooding the streets. Bobby Fishscale, a fast-rising new Florida recording artist, prepares for global superstardom with his fast-moving new single, “Blue Cheese” and promising new album, properly-titled, Super Fishy. Built a huge fanbase on Instagram, the Quincy-native delivers an explosive street-smart collection that makes the new star one of this year’s buzzworthy new artists. The 11-tracks where Bobby showcases impressive collections of introspective f...
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Watch Hayley Williams Cover Tegan And Sara’s “Call It Off”

Like the rest of us, Hayley Williams is staying at home. Last week, she killed some time by covering Phoebe Bridgers' "Smoke Signals." This week, she's decided to do a quick rendition of Tegan And Sara's "Call It Off." A couple years ago when The Con turned 10 years old, she … More »
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Things You Don’t Think You’ll Need in Your Home Until the Day You Do

Planning ahead as a family can be a significantly more challenging experience as opposed to living on your own, and you have to actively think about certain potential issues if you want to stay ahead of them. There are many things that you can get that are likely not at the top of your list of priorities right now, but are definitely good to consider for the rare case that you will need them. As the old saying goes, better safe than sorry – and in many of these cases, it’s not even a matter of...
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Broot McCoy – “Apocalypse Later” EP

Hailing from West Palm Beach Florida but originally born in Boston Massachusetts, Broot McCoy releases his new highly-anticipated EP titled “Apocalypse Later“, under the premise that “it is to not live in fear, but to live in the now”.  Now this is definitely a project to add to your Spotify playlist today!  Make sure to follow him on Instagram @brootmccoy.  
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Boston Massachusetts, West Palm Beach Florida, Broot McCoy

Social Distortion releases ‘Social Distancing’ shirts for coronavirus relief, writes new music in quarantine

Since the state-mandated stay-at-home order issued a month ago to combat the spread of coronavirus, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness starting seeing his band’s famous Skelly skeleton logo used along with the new, but often repeated term, “social distancing.” Skelly was depicted wearing a mask, holding a box of tissues and spraying a bottle of sanitizing solution instead of sporting his signature grin and martini glass. Though it was creative, bootleggers selling the image on merchandise were...
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Warum es deiner Psyche helfen kann, Make-up in der Selbst-Isolation zu tragen

Bevor sie mit der Arbeit beginnt, nimmt sich Allyson Fisher jeden Morgen zehn Minuten Zeit für ihre Make-up-Routine. Doch statt wie sonst anschließend 25 Minuten ins Büro zu fahren, muss die Produktentwicklerin einer großen Kaufhauskette jetzt nur noch drei Schritte zu ihrem neuen Arbeitsplatz – aka dem Esstisch – machen. Wie viele andere auch arbeitet Fisher aktuell von zuhause, um ihren Teil dazu beizutragen, die Coronakurve möglichst flach zu halten. Innerhalb der letzten Wochen hat sic...
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We Asked Richard Marx Why His Twitter Has Been So Combative, And If He Knows Who Trapt Are

At nearly a quarter of a million Twitter followers, ‘80s soft-rock icon Richard Marx’s social following is remarkable to say the least. And he makes good use of it, too. On a typical quarantine day, the “Right Here Waiting” singer has tweeted gifs, memes, and articles that show his extreme displeasure at how Donald Trump … More »
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Rare Grooves on Vinyl from Around the World: Hear Curated Playlists of Arabic, Brazilian, Bollywood, Soviet & Turkish Music

Just as the category of “Foreign Language Film” has serious problems, so too does that of “World Music,” which names so many kinds of music that it names nothing at all. World music “might best be described by what it is not,” noted a 1994 Music Library Association report. “It is not Western art music, neither it is mainstream Western folk or popular music.” The report adds some vague qualifications about “ethnic or foreign elements” then gives away the game: “It is simply not our music,...
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How Andrea Bocelli’s Easter Concert In The Empty Milan Cathedral Became A Worldwide Megahit

“Roughly 5 million people around the world logged on to YouTube to view the half-hour sacred music concert as it was happening. By Monday night the archived performance had 32 million views. Clearly, it transcended religion, nationality, age demographic and even music preference on its way to becoming perhaps the signature cultural event of the pandemic.” – Variety
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S.bee – “Reverse Beat” (Prod. By Beet Boyz Musik)

Up and coming Hip Hop artist S.bee releases his latest single titled “Reverse Beat” produced by Beet Boyz Musik.
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StoopKids – “Hues” Ft. REAUX (Prod. By Lucid Soundz)

Recently releasing their debut self titled album, Bay Area Hip Hop trio StoopKids (Champlu, Drane, & D-Sep) showcase their single “Hues” featuring REAUX with production by Lucid Soundz.
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