With 24 tracks, clocking in at one hour and 46 minutes, Migos' Culture II lasts long enough to listen to all of Pink Floyd's The Wall and still make it more than halfway through The Dark Side of the Moon. Its Number One debut on the Billboard album chart is the
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Brooklyn rap trio Flatbush Zombies unveiled a vicious new single, "Headstone," from their upcoming album,
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Janelle Monáe unveiled two new songs "Make Me Feel" and "Django Jane," set to appear on her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, out April 27th. Both tracks arrived with music videos. Alan Ferguson directed the "Make Me Feel" clip and Andrew Donoho, Chuck Lighting and Lacey Duke co-directed "Django
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The Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny, who has scored numerous hits as part of the rising Latin trap movement, will be Apple Music's latest Up Next artist. The singer-rapper debuted his new single, "Dime Si Te Acuerdas," via Beats 1 on Apple Music on Thursday.
"Bad Bunny is one of the most exciting artists in the world," Beats 1 DJ Zane Lowe told Rolling Stone. "Bad Bunny is
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The Breeders unveiled a bristling new song, "Nervous Mary," set to appear on the alt-rock outfit's upcoming album, All Nerve, out March 2nd.
Kim Deal sings with a low, candid edge, that's balanced with the occasional harmony, making lines like "Run for your life, they're coming up on us," sound
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Omnivore Recordings will reissue Sandy Bull's final album, Steel Tears, along with four previously unreleased tracks on April 13th.
Bull, an influential psych-folk musician who influenced Patti Smith, Bob Dylan and more, recorded several albums that attracted a cult following in the 1960s. His work incorporated folk, blues, psychedelia and classical influences next to music
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