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“I’m letting you know right now that if you can’t survive this shit, get the fuck out right now,” Travis Scott warned as his headline set kicked off on Saturday night at Super Bock Super Rock.>

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The first half of Lucy Mason’s debut album could be a lesson in nostalgia, but there’s something missing

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The former Majical Cloudz frontman will release Dream Songs next month.

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“My Life” gets a striking visual.

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On four charges— two felonies and two misdemeanors.

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Along with a cute ass artwork of a cartoon robot holding a not so cute bloody heart.

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Hive Mind is available now.

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  Bay Area rapper P-Lo is preparing to hit the road with G-Eazy, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Uzi Vert, YBN Nahmir, and Murda Beatz for The Endless Summer Tour, so he let loose his second studio album on the first day of the tour. Prime is packed with 11 tracks that show off P-Lo's uniquely […]The post P-Lo releases second studio album 'Prime' appeared first on EARMILK.

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Brasstracks entered the music world with a textbook arrival: a cover of Kanye West, Rihanna and Paul McCartney's "Four Five Seconds." The Brooklyn duo's sound was totally new at the time – and something that with one listen we knew was filling a void in our vernacular. Soulful horns and our favorite music – something so […]The post Brasstracks go back to their roots to cover Dra

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A joke that became a genre. A genre that became a legend. A legend that lives on. This is the definitive history of crabcore.  For those unfamiliar, crabcore stems from the pose made when a breakdown is being chugged. The player of said breakdown is so into it that they cannot help but bend their knees as low as they will go and take on the shape of a crab. Any side to side




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