Migos and Drake visit Culture Ride
The video sees the Migos and Drake take it back to the 1970s. They are on a show that is similar to Soul Train called Culture Ride. All three of the Migos, Drake, and special guest Jamie Foxx are seen wearing really terrible wigs.
An intimate record from Leon Haywood, but one that’s still got his sense of groove nicely in place – at a level that has the singer really warming up to a new sort of modern soul style in the process! There’s still some of the…
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A man identified as Trevor Weldon Ingram was charged with third-degree felony charges of making a terroristic threat after emailing Live Nation to report a bomb.
As we reported earlier this weekend, the scheduled Saturday evening performance at SXSW by The Roots was canceled before they were expected to go on-stage, because of an emailed bomb threat to Live Nation Music.
Per Variety, a man identified as Trevor Weldon Ingram emailed the entertainment company to report a bomb planted at the festival’s Fair Market venue. Austin police reacted and proceeded to clear-and-search the area. Ultimately, they concluded that no threat was found, but Bud Light, the concert’s sponsor, decided to still cancel the gig as a safety precaution.
The spitters and producers combine to present some impressive matchups this Mixtape Monday with a host of collaborative projects.
This week we have some certified dopeness from Jay Worthy x King Most, Crimeapple x Big Ghost Ltd. and a long-awaited Duck Down Music archival release from Sean Price x Illah Gee.
Other standouts this week include Sango’s In The Comfort Of and the fourth installment of 14KT’s Karat Gold Music series. Jam No Peanut takes on fascism in America with Microphone Misdemeanor. Brooklyn Shanti, Hezekiah, DB Bantino and UK representative Wu-Lu also make the list with formidable projects.
It kicks off with a heaving metal hybrid, it winds down with a lavish emotional synthwave, it’s loaded with a vital range of energies, styles and textures in between, it’s peppered with carefully selected collaborations with the likes of Gridlok, Thrasher and June Miller, it bangs…. It’s Pythius’s debut artist album Descend, it’s coming at us via Blackout and it needs your attention.
Following singles Monster Black Hole, From The Future and Akkord, the album drops March 30 and it reveals much more to the young artist than any of his previous releases to date. Here’s what we know so far…