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New Video: H.E.R. “I Can’t Breathe” | Rap Radar

Will anyone fight for me? Taking in a deep breath, H.E.R. touches on the recent events on her powerful new single. Debuted live during the iHeartRadio Living Room Concert Series, H.E.R. responds to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the countless Black lives lost from police brutality and systemic racism. The video features […]

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Metallica to Stream First Show From Colombia

Metallica has a very loyal audience in South America, playing before some of the biggest crowds in their career on the continent. For this week’s #MetallicaMondays show, they paid tribute to one of their earliest trip. “We dug through the dusty, old VHS tapes in Lars’ vault to uncover this show, which was not only […]

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New Video: Blueface “Finesse The Beat” | Rap Radar

There it is. Blueface finds the beat and finesses it according in the latest video off his upcoming project, Famous Cryp Reloaded. After being revived by a couple of nurses, the Los Angeles rapper flexes throughout the vibrant clip from hospital room to a plush bathroom and a tunnel hangar parked luxury whips. Earlier today, […]

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Ben Gibbard, El-P and More to Help 'Stereogum' | SPIN

Ben Gibbard, Laura Jane Grace, and El-P are among the artists contributing to a new compilation called Save Stereogum: An ‘00s Covers Comp, which, as the title implies, is a a fundraiser to help the long-beloved online publication, which went full independent earlier this year, stay up and running. The list of musicians contributing covers […]

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Third Man Records Unearths 1973 Johnny Cash Concert Album

In 1973, Clive Davis decided to highlight the Murderer’s Row lineup of artists signed to Columbia Records with a week of concerts. “A Week To Remember” started on April 29 and included performances from Miles Davis, the Staple Singers, Bruce Springsteen, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Johnny Cash at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. Now, Cash’s legendary performance from […]

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The Weeknd Donates $1 Million to COVID Relief Efforts

After announcing the sale of his popular XO face masks and promising matching every dollar raised from it, the Weeknd has donated $1 million to COVID relief efforts. The $1 million donation sees $500,000 go to MusiCares and an additional $500,000 going directly to the front-line hospital workers at the Scarborough Health Network in his hometown. […]

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