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Tyler, The Creator drops anticipated new album ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’
Tyler, The Creator drops anticipated new album ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’
Tyler, The Creator has released his long-awaited sixth studio album, Call Me If You Get Lost, through Columbia Records. In addition to the highly anticipated album, the artist also released a scenic music video for “JUGGERNAUT.” The rapidly paced visual was directed by Wolf Haley, one of the artist’s various aliases. Read more: Rick... Read More ...
Phoebe Bridgers is auctioning off her smashed ‘SNL’ guitar to benefit GLAAD
Phoebe Bridgers is auctioning off her smashed ‘SNL’ guitar to benefit GLAAD
About two months ago, Phoebe Bridgers hit the Saturday Night Live stage for her performance debut. At the end of her two-song set, the musician smashed her guitar on stage, immediately earning the praise of fans and the attention of others. Now, that iconic piece of music history has headed to auction to benefit GLAAD, an organization that promotes the acceptance and increased portrayal of the LGB
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
No, those are not death-metal album covers. Neither are the lyrics. Horrorcore, a subversive blend of hardcore hip-hop and horror themes, ventured into new territories in the past decade and continues to evolve. Horrorcore 2.0 features our favorite horror movie tropes while also embracing industrial, witch house, noise, trap metal, emo rap and art pop...
20 black musicians throwing down in hardcore and metalcore
20 black musicians throwing down in hardcore and metalcore
As protests against police brutality rage on in the United States and across the world, we’re turning to music as a way to understand our emotions. The anger and sadness that comes with looking directly at how police and society as a whole have been treating the black community is something to embrace and channel to push toward a better world.  ...
Billie Eilish backs Tyler, The Creator’s critique of Grammys “urban” awards
Billie Eilish backs Tyler, The Creator’s critique of Grammys “urban” awards
Billie Eilish is backing Tyler, The Creator in his comments about the Grammys' use of the term "urban" in their awards categories. Back at the beginning of the year, Tyler took home the award for Best Rap Album and criticized the awards organization for using the phrase "urban" saying "it's just a politically correct way to say the n-word to me."

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