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Today, preeminent artist-first music streaming platform Audiomack welcomes gold-selling Atlanta rapper Lil Keed as its latest “Fine Tuned” guest. Watch it HERE. In the episode, he offers up a magnificent medley of bangers “Fox 5” and “Wavy.” He blends them together with a dynamic and distinct vocal performance that instantly captivates and illuminates his seismic talent in a new setting altogether. “Fine Tuned” has become one of the hottest original music series in the game. Recent guests have included critically acclaimed and chart-topping talent such as Sahbabii, K Camp, YFN Lucci, and more. Last week, “Fine Tuned” hosted 645AR and King Von. An audience favorite, this feature invites artists to strip their […]

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Once a year, the braintrust at the rap magazine XXL picks a group of up-and-coming rappers and puts them all together for a photoshoot and a series of videos. That group of rappers, known as the Freshman Class, is generally supposed to represent the magazine’s best idea of which new rappers seem destined for success.

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Right now, a whole lot of rappers are following in Young Thug’s footsteps, attempting the same kind of squeaky, melodic trap style. The 22-year-old Atlanta rapper Lil Keed, a protege of Thug, is the only one who’s really willing to get as weird as Thug himself. On his Long Live Mexico album last year, Keed…

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Silverchair was where I jumped off. I just couldn’t do it anymore. When that band showed up, the entire idea of alternative rock, and of grunge in particular, just started to seem irredeemably corny. Less than a year after Kurt Cobain’s death, alt-rock radio was suddenly in love with this little Australian kid — 15…

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