Video: DJ Holiday Interviews ILoveMakonnen


After Drake remixed his summer heater to great success this week, Mak Man became much more popular for his catchy song “Club Going Up On A Tuesday.” He showed everyone his grind is real and now DJs in Atlanta are picking up on the buzz of his pimped out song. Makonnen also explains the notorious doll head that appears in all of his videos. Watch the interview after the jump.
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About this time last summer, Gucci was preparing yet another mixtape and the controversial statements about Nicki, Waka and Jeezy that would propel him to infamy. As unstable as his emotional state has been, he’s been part of the biggest music in the twelve months since, launching Young Thug and featuring his style on every important tape. Check his latest bipolar effort after the jump.
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Here’s Drake going for the Best Curator Award again. He has the real skill of adapting others’ styles and does no different with Ontario singer PARTYNEXTDOOR, lacing him with the co-sign to preview this club-friendly electric syrup sound. It’s all the rage in this slowed-down bouncy era. The OVO influence is strong in this one. Check the video after the jump.
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Thoughtful, sad rap music to get you through your work day, that fight with your folks, a relative’s hospital visit. Australian group Hilltop Hoods enlists Brother Ali and English singer Maverick Sabre to beef up this lonely, gloomy joint. From their upcoming album Walking Under Stars. Check it after the jump.
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Video: Yo Gotti – “Errrbody”

 |  August 13, 2014
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Yo Gotti asks an important question: if everybody’s doing it, what makes it special? This is probably his most meta track, calling into question most of hip hop’s modern existence by comparing it to itself. Strangely, he uses suburban white kids copying urban style to make the point. Ominous much? Check the video after the jump.
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Wiz and Nicki flirt with this pop rock stadium ballad all throughout. As their voices barely touch the drums, maybe they mean to reveal that the true colors of their artistry only peripherally involve rapping. It’s also a coup that two artists who will be competing for sales with important late-year albums are teaming up for a song instead of beefing. Check out “True Colors” after the jump.
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