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three 6 mafia

It finally happened. A Verzuz battle finally descended, however briefly, into an actual fistfight. There have been tense moments at previous Verzuz events, but they have never broken out into full-on throwdowns. Last night in Los Angeles, two legendary crews, Memphis’ Three 6 Mafia and Cleveland’s Bone Thugs-N-Harmony faced off against one another, and things fell apart quickly.

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Bizzy Bone had a bone to pick about “mocking” and punches were thrown For more, check out: (Source)

Incoming: South on Sunset, X, BTS, JPEGMAFIA, Lindsey Buckingham, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Three 6 Mafia, Reverend Horton Heat, Matisyahu, Dustbowl Revival, She & Him, LANCO, CloZee, José James, Berlin, Los Lobos, A Flock of Seagulls, Damien Jurado and Will Sheff (Okkervil River), Lauren Jauregui, Laura Marling, Whitmer Thomas, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds, the Tracks, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Father of the Bride Band, Prettiest Eyes, Trixie Mattel, Mayer Hawthorne, Baby Keem, Lady Blackbird, Andrew McMahon, Gabriels, Intervals, Jared Mattson (Mattson 2), John Carroll Kirby, Jack Symes, Ada Lea, Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys, Metalachi, Necromantix, Film School, DRAAG, Mo Dotti,  Sloppy Jane, Your Angel, Skullcrusher, Rett Madison, Clinton Kane, Andy Clockwise, Gold Star, Grady Strange, Grace McKagan, Billy Z Duke, Jagged Baptist Club

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whitechapel kin playlist

Whitechapel helped the spookiest time of the year draw to a close with their latest album, Kin, released October 29. Prior to the album’s release, the band also dropped a music video for the single “Orphan,” preceded by “A Bloodsoaked Symphony” and “Lost Boy.” While the Halloween season is officially being over, Whitechapel still have […]

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pleasures interview, alex james

Formed in 2015 by Alex James and Vlad Elkin, Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Pleasures makes clothes and accessories heavily influenced by its creators’ deep love and respect for the music they grew up listening to. And, as an extension of that, the artists, scenes and styles which that music revolved around.  Their work is consistently […]

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KueenD went viral after flipping Kstylis’ 2013 single “Booty Me Down.” But by not clearing the sample, her breakthrough moment became a career-stalling ordeal For more, check out: (Source)

Songs sampling Kingpin Skinny Pimp have been catching fire around the world For more, check out: (Source)

Last year, the Memphis rap overlord Juicy J, perhaps the greatest partied-out drunk uncle currently operating in rap music, released his album The Hustle Continues. The LP wasn’t a huge deal or anything, but Juicy has just announced plans to release a deluxe edition, with the gloriously redundant title The Hustle Still Continues. The new version of the album will include collaborations with people like Pooh Shiesty, Kaash Paige, and Juicy’s brother Project Pat, and it’s also have at least one new banger on it. We know that because Juicy just shared that banger today.

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Kaito Shoma, Pharmacist, Lxst Cxntury, and others have been earning millions of streams on tracks heavily indebted to vintage DJ Paul productions For more, check out: (Source)

The rapper, producer, and Three 6 Mafia co-founder reflects on the early days of Memphis hip hop, why Megan Thee Stallion is “the verse killer,” and winning an Oscar For more, check out: (Source)