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Marie – “Syllables of Life” (EP Review)

Maryland MC Marie has dropped her new EP “Syllables of Life.”  This project is more on the melodic side paired with 808 influenced beats for a more modern sound. That is not to say it lacks lyricism and emotional depth. Marie bares her soul on this project and was able to touch on her life experiences along with sharing lessons learned along the way. The daughter of a teenage mother and absent father, she shares her journey to knowledge of self on songs like “Self Discovery” while sharing her r...
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Tee4 x Warhol.SS – “Non Fiction” (Video)

Rising Los Angeles, CA based rapper Tee4 & Warhol.SS drops their latest hard-hitting music video titled “Non Fiction“.  Follow him on Instagram @tee4nth @nthahoodclothing.The post Tee4 x Warhol.SS - "Non Fiction" (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Johnny Nash ("I Can See Clearly Now") has died, singer-songwriter was 80

Singer-songwriter Johnny Nash, best remembered for his 1972 million-selling hit "I Can See Clearly Now," has died, his son says. The actor and producer was 80. Nash died of natural causes at home in his native Houston, his son, Johnny Nash Jr., — Read the rest
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SNL’s Next Musical Guest Morgan Wallen Draws Concern After Weekend Of Maskless Partying With Fans

Morgan Wallen is one of mainstream country music's fastest rising stars, a young The Voice-bred hit-maker who recently debuted a song in the Hot 100 top 10 via the kind of pre-release TikTok promo more common to pop and rap artists. Wallen is such a big deal, in fact, that he's scheduled to … More »
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Another Michael – “New Music” & “Boring For The Times”

The dreamy rock project Another Michael has been around for a few years now. They've put out two EPs, 2016's Sans and 2018's Land, and today they've announced their signing to Run For Cover and put out a pair of new tracks, "New Music" and "Boring For The Times." The former … More »
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Ocean Spray Gifts Fleetwood Mac Skateboarder A Truck Full Of Cranberry Juice

Idaho skateboarder Nathan Apodaca scored one of the most popular viral videos in recent memory when he filmed himself rolling down the road vibing out to Fleetwood Mac's Rumours hit "Dreams" -- which, surprisingly, is the group's only #1 single -- while drinking directly from a bottle of Ocean Spray. The … More »
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Van Halen Bandmates David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar, Gary Cherone, & Michael Anthony React To Eddie’s Death

Eddie Van Halen, cofounder of the legendary arena-rock band Van Halen and widely considered the greatest guitarist of all time, died today at the age of 65 after a long battle with cancer. The remembrances have been especially plentiful and passionate for obvious reasons, and they include tributes from several of … More »
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Van Halen Bandmates David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar, & Michael Anthony React To Eddie’s Death

Eddie Van Halen, cofounder of the legendary arena-rock band Van Halen and widely considered the greatest guitarist of all time, died today at the age of 65 after a long battle with cancer. The remembrances have been especially plentiful and passionate for obvious reasons, and they include tributes from several of … More »
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Johnny Nash, reggae singer best known for I Can See Clearly Now, dies aged 80

Nash, who rose from pop crooner to reggae star and topped the charts in 1972 with his positive-vibes anthem, had been in declining healthJohnny Nash, a singer-songwriter and performer of the million-selling anthem I Can See Clearly Now, has died at the age of 80.Nash, who had been in declining health, died of natural causes at home in Houston, the city of his birth, said his son, Johnny Nash Jnr. Continue reading...
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DaBaby – “Practice” (Video)

The 'Blame It On Baby' deluxe is out now.
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#TrackoftheDay: “Frankenstein Twist”

The CrystalsUSA (1962) Yes, you might be surprised to see the same vocal group who brought you “Da Doo Ron Ron” and “And Then He Kissed Me” on a #TrackoftheDay for 32 Days of Halloween. I was originally looking at it to see if it had been created in response to the success of “Monster Mash,” but that song and the Crystals album both came out in August 1962. So maybe it was just something in the air. Or maybe we have the 60s music version of 28 Days Later/Walking Dead. Though it s...
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Fontaines D.C., Ela Minus, & More Contribute New Covers To Deezer Compilation

A bunch of artists have released covers today that are exclusive to the streaming service Deezer. Fontaines D.C. does the Beach Boys, Ela Minus takes on Björk, BENEE covers Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black," and Gus Dapperton tries Bruce Springsteen's "I'm On Fire." These covers are collected in a new compilation album called InVersions, which … More »
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Sen Morimoto – “Jupiter”

Chicago polymath Sen Morimoto is releasing his new self-titled album in a couple weeks. We've heard "Woof," "Deep Down," and "The Things I Thought About You Started To Rhyme," and today we're getting one last single, "Jupiter," which starts off light and dreamy and becomes heavier and even dreamier … More »
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Nomcebo, the voice behind Jerusalema, South Africa's global hit

Nomcebo Zikode says the lyrics to the most Shazammed song in history came to her when she was ‘about to lose hope’It started in December in South Africa, with a few lines of gospel sung in the deep, raspy voice of Nomcebo Zikode and a music video made by fans in Angola – dancers eating their lunch as they moved to South African DJ Master KG’s disco-house beat.Jerusalema, produced late one night at Master KG’s studio near Johannesburg, has since become the world’s most Shazammed song and a bonafi...
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Kendrick Lamar Isn’t Leaving TDE

Lately, there have been rumors about Kendrick Lamar leaving his longtime label home, Top Dawg Entertainment, for pgLang, the media company he recently founded with former TDE exec Dave Free. But, as Complex reports, Kendrick himself has now emerged to officially dispel the rumors -- with a little help from Blue's … More »
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Eddie Van Halen, an appreciation: The musician remade the guitar and made it the star

Eddie Van Halen, the Pasadena kid who ruled the late ’70s and ’80s as the era’s premier guitar god, was that rare musician whose signature style and sound you knew the instant you heard it. And like a rock ‘n’ roll god, Van Halen, who died on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 65, and his music won’t ever really die, not as long as the work he unleashed on stage and in the studio lives on. Related: Eddie Van Halen, guitarist and co-founder of Van Halen, dead at 65 Most of his greatest works were made with Van ...
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Sicknature – “Beatcave III” (Album)

Sicknature of the Snowgoons is back with the 3rd installment of the Beatcave instrumental album trilogy.   The post Sicknature – “Beatcave III” (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Helena Deland – “Pale”

Back in August, Helena Deland announced her forthcoming album Someone New, her long-awaited debut full-length and the successor to her four-part EP series from 2018. So far we've heard several songs, including "Lylz," the album's title track, and "Truth Nugget." Today, a little over a week ahead of the … More »
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Loma – “Elliptical Days”

Loma, the team-up of Cross Record's Emily Cross and Dan Duszynski and Shearwater's Jonathan Meiburg, are following up their 2017 self-titled later this month with a new album called Don't Shy Away. They're already shared some lovely songs from it like "Ocotillo," "Half Silences," the title track, and "More »
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Mach-Hommy – “Mach’s Hard Lemonade” (Short Film)

Mach-Hommy drops a short film inspired by his new EP Mach’s Hard Lemonade.The post Mach-Hommy – “Mach's Hard Lemonade” (Short Film) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Saipher Soze – “Ambrosia” (Video)

Saipher Soze releases a video for “Ambrosia” off his new album Eat What You Kill dropping this weekend.The post Saipher Soze – “Ambrosia” (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Kendrick Lamar Says He Isn’t Leaving TDE

Lately, there have been rumors about Kendrick Lamar leaving his longtime label home, Top Dawg Entertainment, for pgLang, the media company he recently founded with former TDE exec Dave Free. But, as Complex reports, Kendrick himself has now emerged to officially dispel the rumors -- with a … More »
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Eddie Van Halen, guitarist and co-founder of Van Halen, dead at 65

Van Halen guitarist Eddie Van Halen has died at the age of 65 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Van Halen’s son and current Van Halen bassist, Wolfgang, posted a tribute to his father who died Tuesday morning surrounded by his family in Santa Monica. “He was the best father I could ever ask for,” Wolfgang wrote via his personal Instagram. “Every moment I’ve shared with him on and off stage was a gift. My heart is broken and I don’t think I’ll ever fully recover from this loss. I love you so mu...
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IAN SWEET – “Power”

Over the last several months, Jilian Medford's IAN SWEET project has released a couple new songs. The first, back in May, was "Sword," which was then followed in August by "Dumb Driver." The latter accompanied news that IAN SWEET had signed to Polyvinyl, and presumably a full-length project would be on … More »
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Told Slant – “Run Around The School”

Next month, Felix Walworth is releasing a new Told Slant album, Point The Flashlight And Walk. They introduced it with two new tracks a couple weeks ago, "Family Still" and "No Backpack," and today we're getting another one, "Run Around The School." The track transforms a playful playground taunt into an affecting quiver … More »
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S. Carey – “Take It With Me” (Tom Waits Cover)

S. Carey's debut album, All We Grow, came out 10 years ago this past August, and today the Bon Iver brethren has announced a 10th anniversary reissue of the album, which will be out later this year. The reissue features a previously unreleased cover of Tom Waits' Mule Variations track "Take It With Me," which … More »
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Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer aged 65

Son announces death of guitarist and founding member of band named after Van Halen and his brother Eddie Van Halen, guitarist and founding member of the hugely successful rock band named after him and his drummer brother, has died of cancer, his son said on Twitter on Tuesday. He was 65.pic.twitter.com/kQqDV7pulR Continue reading...
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Alla Xul Elu – “Mauxuleum” (Lyric Video)

Alla Xul Elu surprise-releases a lyric video for the title track off their upcoming album Mauxuleum dropping next Friday.The post Alla Xul Elu – “Mauxuleum” (Lyric Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Big Hoodoo – “Juice” Ft. Bam Beda (Video)

Fresh off his brand new album The Hoodini Chronicles: The Redbook, Detroit emcee Big Hoodoo drops the visuals for the opening track “Juice”.The post Big Hoodoo – “Juice” Ft. Bam Beda (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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