J. Cole, "Who Dat"

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The video for J. Cole‘s first single, “Who Dat,” from his upcoming Roc Nation debut album has been making the rounds since it first appeared a bit earlier this month… Read More

Listening to: Souterrain Transmissions Label Compilation

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Souterrain Transmissions, a small Berlin-based label featuring releases by indie favorites like Annuals and CocoRosie, and the online magazine Tonspion just released a smattering of sample tracks as an online-only… Read More

Music for Creatives

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According to the 99%, “In a recent 99% survey, the No. 1 way to deal with stress was to put on some music.” We tend to agree, and what’s better… Read More

X.O.: "Realmatic" Mixtape

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Hell got a few degrees cooler the day Wale headlined BrightestYoungThings‘ Inauguration party, the emcee even proclaimed that the event was “the most white people that ever been to one… Read More



Is there any Hallmark holiday more deserving of venomously sarcastic mix CD’s than Valentine’s Day? We’ve all made the Anti-Valentine’s Mixes, admit it.


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So this morning I realized that I may need some music to pass the time while I waste away in the inevitably long, slow-moving skeins of Obamacrats and McCainiacs leading to the polls.

Lil’ Wayne is America


So it’s inevitable that people out there in the Humanity 2.0 web of deceit are going to start creating their own custom versions of Lil’ Wayne’s “Tha Carter III”; between all of the false leaks of the album over the past year and a half to all the mixtapes, to the officially-released EP from late ’07, there’s about a milli (pun intended – pun intended!) songs floating around.

The Black Ghosts: "Someway Through This" video & "Mixtape"

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London’s The Black Ghosts are what’s right with music today. We are excited to be collaborating with The Black Ghosts and IAMSOUND Records to bring to you, a series of music videos featuring The Black Ghosts music, made by talented filmmakers. Get your stream on!