New Gorillaz and new Kendrick Lamar headlines our weekly playlist of musical mayhem.
You know if Twista is spitting a freestyle that it's going to be a good Week In Hip Hop.
J.I.D just got signed to Dreamville and dropped The Never Story...
Standard Nardwuar business...
Your weekly dose of fresh tunes is here via the lads 27fm lads.
The originator, the educator, the innovator, the calculator, the captivator, the vindicator, the demonstrator, the facilitator, the perpetrator and the motorvator. That was Chuck Berry.
If you aren’t yet familiar with the bass-slapping maestro that is Thundercat then you’ve probably still heard his work somewhere.
Fiends in Tokyo, remembering the Notorious B.I.G. and Matt Martians does Rhythm Roulette.
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A Week In Hip Hop presents: J.I.D, Casanova, Bas, J Dilla, Brother Ali, G Perico.
Garage rock’s foremost champion son is nothing if not prolific, barely six months ever go by without him unveiling some new record
27fm drops Harlem's Dave East on ya.
There’s a lot to be said for artful brevity, even within the sprawling kaleidoscopic world of modern psychedelia. Foxygen – great name – seem to have figured this out with their latest effort.
Trust in 27fm to put you on to Dreamville's Cozz.
Trust in 27fm to put you on to the best, starting with Divine Council.
It’s been so long since the last great Stones album. So long that every time they release a new one, people make a big deal over how long it’s been.
Hop on tour with Schoolboy Q, listen to some bangers or catch Gucci Mane from A Week in Hip Hop.
J. Cole graced us with an album that's probably the best of 2017.
Ab-Soul interviews, J Cole's little film and the usual dose of bangers from A Week in Hip Hop.
Every December, the Wildcard released his favourite albums from the past year and 2016's version is absolutely stacked with aural goodness.