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The Brooklyn rapper’s second posthumous record also has contributions from Kid Cudi, Pharrell, Future, Bizzy Banks, and others By Noah Yoo July 16, 2021 Pop Smoke, December 2019 (Scott Dudelson/Getty Images) The next posthumous album from late Brooklyn drill rapper Pop Smoke, Faith, is out now. Contributors to the album include Kanye West, Pusha T, Dua Lipa, Kid […]

By Gil Kaufman 7/8/2021 Animal rights organization PETA issued a statement on Thursday (July 8) condemning upcoming scheduled concerts by Vanilla Ice (July 10) and Jesse McCartney (July 17) at the SeaWorld in San Antonio. According to the release, protesters armed with signs that read “Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Animals Suffer at SeaWorld” and “A Beautiful Soul Doesn’t Support SeaWorld […]

By Patricia Edwards:- He did in fact. It’s a term the beat generation used for a heroin addiction. As in I’ve got a monkey on my back. John’s exi (artists) friends from Germany and later New York would have known the phrase as would have John and contrary to what many fans invariably believe…. He […]

By Jim Asker 7/7/2021 It’s Wallen’s first entry since TMZ posted a video of him using the N-word in early February. As Morgan Wallen‘s Dangerous: The Double Album dominates Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart, dated July 10, for a 22nd week, with 47,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending July 1, according to MRC Data, he appears on the Country Airplay chart […]

By Ely Matawaran:- Sir Paul McCartney revealed to BBC how he and John Lennon wrote songs: “There’s a million ways to write but the way I always used to write songs with John would be across from each other. “Either in a hotel bedroom on the twin beds, with an acoustic guitar and we’re just looking at each other. “He’d […]

His livestream from Brooklyn last week is also now available to watch on YouTube By Allison Hussey July 4, 2021 Tyler, the Creator, June 2021 (Amy Sussman/FilmMagic) Tyler, the Creator has scored his second No. 1 record this week, with Call Me If You Get Lost debuting at the top of the Billboard 200. It unseated Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour, which […]

Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeat By Pitchfork July 6, 2021 Graphic by Simon Abranowicz The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, […]

The fifth offering from Happier Than Ever arrives Friday, July 9 By Matthew Strauss July 2, 2021 Billie Eilish, January 2020 (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Spotify) The musician announced that “NDA” and its music video will drop on Friday, July 9. It’ll be the fifth offering from Eilish’s sophomore album Happier Than Ever. So far, she’s shared “My […]

By Camden Rafftery:- One big thing about Jimi Hendrix…He never actually felt like a great musician, never really owned up to it too much. He could own up to it at times, but only if he was really comfortable with saying so. Kind of a lot like Randy Meisner, the original bassist for Eagles. The […]

By Walter Campisano: – My pick is “You Shook Me All Night Long” by AC/DC. What are some others? “Face The Face”,by Pete Townsend of The Who . A #26 U. S. Pop hit from 1985. A poppy, jazzy rock, almost swing like song that seems to build and build and you expect a super, […]