Following his acclaimed 2016 album Malibu, .Paak is back with "TINTS", the newest single from his forthcoming LP Oxnard.
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Immerse yourself in the new world contained within Flamagra, the latest album from highly acclaimed Californian producer Flying Lotus, released 5 years after You're Dead!
With Pareidolia, it's the turn of Hiatus Kaiyote's drummer Clever Austin (aka Perrin Moss) to step into the limelight by unveiling a dense and intuitive first solo album.
Two polymath musician-producers come together on this one. "Joy Techniques" is the raucous title track from Mercereau's upcoming album with the same name. Listen here.
For his first release on Dr. Dre’s label, .Paak proves to be something of a gravitational force, buzzing at the center of a swirl of crazed imagery, enlaced genres and high-profile collaborations. On this, his homecoming album, newfound fame and status take .Paak in new directions.
New Thundercat Track, “King of the Hill,” Features Bad Bad Not Good and Flying Lotus. It Forms Part of Brainfeeder X, the 10th Anniversary Compilation Album for Flying Lotus’ Celebrated Label. Listen Here.
It’s difficult for a rapper not to succumb to his geography when he’s from Compton. Buddy avoids this pitfall.
"Gil Scott-Heron and I, we saw each other as conspirators you know, as co-conspirators and trying to get the message of sensitive urgency about becoming more involved with our lives, more involved about what it’s going on at the time in America."
Speaking ahead of the release of Nibiru Tut, Beans breaks down the inspiration behind the album, talks about how he tried to format it like a jazz project, and explains why he’d snub a conversation with Donald Trump.