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Getty Image What started out as a continuation of Odd Future Carnival, has turned into one of the most interesting music festivals in the country. Camp Flog Gnaw, as curated by Tyler, The Creator staked that claim last year with a blowout event in Exposition Park in Los Angeles, but for the 2018 edition, he’s […]

Atlanta rapper 6lack is making his long-awaited return soon with a new album titled East Atlanta Love Letter. Taking to Instagram to make the announcement, the rapper posted a cryptic photo of a black envelope emblazoned with the message “My album is titled East Atlanta Love Letter. Love, Bear.” The 26-year-old made his debut two […]

Getty Image The Scoreboard is Uproxx Music’s bi-monthly look at who is putting points on the board and who is taking major Ls in the music world over the past couple weeks. Is Dave Grohl perfect? It seems that way sometimes. He can record 23-minute songs all by himself and generally be delightful, but while […]

OneThousand Projects, LLC / Uproxx Studios It’s safe to say that before Friday’s release of Life’s A Trip, 19-year-old Ohio rapper Trippie Redd was quite simply one of the most highly-touted rappers with the most eagerly-anticipated albums of the year. From his warmly-received surprise appearance at Coachella during SZA’s extended set to his appearance on […]

Getty / Uproxx Studios Last Friday night, legendary DJ Clark Kent dropped Kanye West’s “XTCY” track at the artist’s behest. On the song, Kanye rhymes rather creepily about wanting to “smash” his Kardashian/Jenner sister-in-laws. The song had a couple clever lines, but ultimately he delivered his lyrics with a ho-hum energy that made one Twitter […]

Getty Image Kanye West has never been shy about courting controversy, but his latest song may make for some slightly uncomfortable family dinners at the Kardashian house for a while. Released early Saturday morning, “XTCY” pays homage to his wife’s family with some tribute bars that may not make them feel entirely flattered. “You got […]

[embedded content] Share This Video Nicki Minaj partnered with her idol and rap legend in her own right Foxy Brown on “Coco Chanel,” a swaggering single from her somewhat-surprise Queen album. The song is true to both rapper’s Trini roots, with Dancehall inspired drums fused over ominous keys. The song follows up after “Chun Li” […]

[embedded content] Share This Video It’s been a while since South Central, Los Angeles-based rapper Duckwrth dropped a full album (2016’s I’m Uugly) but he hasn’t been idle. He spent most of last year defining his sound and refining his live show with crowd-pleasing performances at festivals around the world, including Montreux Jazz Festival in […]

Getty Image After a long build-up involving quasi-beef, numerous test singles, and plenty of Barb baiting, Queen has arrived — a week early, no less. After Nicki Minaj claimed that her long-awaited comeback album — one of many comebacks from rap’s upper echelon to release in 2018, including Kanye West, Drake, and Travis Scott — […]

Getty Image / UPROXX studios There’s a long tradition of gamesmanship in rap. When 50 Cent first came on the scene he set the rap world abuzz, naming names on “How To Rob.” Kendrick Lamar turned social media upside down with his fiery, competitive verse on Big Sean’s “Control.” Now, Nicki Minaj has turned the […]


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