Watch the first episode of Kevin Abstract’s Viceland show “American Boyband”

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The first episode of Kevin Abstract’s Viceland show American Boyband is here. Titled “Makings of a Popstar,” the episode follows Kevin and Brockhampton as they make their way up the West Coast on the first leg of Abstract’s first headlining tour. According to Viceland, the series will follow Kevin along on his “mission to translate his faithful online following into real world success.” The rise of Kevin Abstract has been nothing short of inspiring and the show being put together by Vice does a great job of showing what Kevin and Brockhampton are all about.

Written by Jesse Wiles

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Denzel Curry is anti-everything on latest song “Equalizer”

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Equalizer. Synthesizer. Ultimately I’ll brutalize ya.

Denzel Curry dropped off another stray demo today following the release of his “Hate Government” demo from a few weeks back. “Equalizer” stays true to the grimy, knock-your-teeth-out sound he has come to embody. With a rattling bass and his harsh, distorted delivery the song packs quite a punch despite only being a minute and forty three seconds in length. Give it a listen below and check out “Hate Government” while you’re at it.

Written by Jesse Wiles

 

Shabbaz Palaces drops off a new single titled “Since C.A.Y.A.” ft. Thundercat

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Shabazz Palaces are gearing up for the release of their upcoming album Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star. In anticipation of the album they decided to release some new music featuring Thundercat. “Since C.A.Y.A.” stays true to their experimental form drawing from an array of otherworldly sounds flanked by dark, monotone rapping. Give the track a listen below and enjoy.

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Da-P and theMind drop off a smooth new jam titled “Ms. Communication” ft. Sun

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Constant communication complicates relations.

TheMIND’s latest release is a smooth, airy track about the difficulties of dating in an age dominated by social media, texting and a million avenues for communication. Produced by Montreal’s Da-P, the song gets a vocal assist from Sun who compliments the sweet vocals courtesy of theMIND. Press play on this below and sit back and feel the summer breeze.

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Bobo Swae and Rae Sremmurd drop off a slow summer jam called “Rowdy”

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Rae Sremmurd has a penchant for making party anthems and they might have another one with their feature on Bobo Swae’s “Rowdy.” The song was inspired by partying in Miami, and although it has a laid back vibe for what we’re used to from the Sremmurd crew it definitely has a wild, warm weather feel to it. Check it out below.

Written by Jesse Wiles