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"Yeah, I'm gonna take my horse to the old town road... I'm gonna ride till I can't no more"- Lil Nas X, 2019 Before Lil Nas X's new single titled "Old Town Road"(a.k.a "I Got the Horses in the Back") hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100, it was first taken off the Billboard country charts for...
Born Jamir Daaliya, twenty three year old Mir Fontane has clawed his way out of the streets of Camden, New Jersey to the cusp of fame and success. His knack for telling stories through his lyrics and melodic skill, coupled with his versatility, have put him in a position to take the music industry by storm. His first two albums, He's so...
I'm going to be completely honest with you. I really did not like Eminem's last album, Revival. Eminem tried to go all pop and get emotional, but he fell flat on his face. Even the best track, River (feat. Ed Sheeran), wasn't the real Eminem that most rap fans have come to know. The album flopped commercially and critically as well....
We live in a time where rappers can put out albums that have been hyped up for months and are backed up by major labels or they can drop a track on SoundCloud and blow up overnight. Finding the needles in the haystack can be difficult, but I've listened through the tracks and albums of the summer, and I'm...
For several weeks of Fall 2011 The Roundup has had a poll in the bottom corner of its main page asking you, our readers, which music album you were anticipating the most this year. The choices were Blink-182’s Neighborhoods, Drake’s Take Care, Coldplay’s Mylo Xyloto, Switchfoot’s Vice Verses, Scott McCreery’s  Clear as Day, and J. Cole’s  Cole World: The...
Above the checkered-walled unisex bathroom in Webster Hall in New York City, neon signs provided the sole source of light in a dark bar. The place looked abandoned, almost completely vacant and very gloomy. It's macabre tone weighed down on the eyelids of Dylan Walker, vocalist of Full of Hell, noisy patrons of "artsy grind core." The band closed out...
Father John Misty I Love You, Honeybear Album Review Sub Pop Records Released February 10, 2015 Genre: Indie Folk, Psychedelic Folk, Art Folk, Indie Rock Father John Misty is in love. Madly in love. But promotional performances for Father John Misty, aka Josh Tillman’s, sophomore album I Love You, Honeybear tell a different story. When the Fleet Foxes ex-drummer appeared...
I'm going to be honest with you right from the start: I'm a massive Kanye fan. Anyone that has tried to talk music with me knows that he's one of my favorite rappers of all time. That said, I was not happy with him last Friday morning. The Hype Recap For those who don't know, Kanye West has a history of...

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