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October had a ton of great new albums and music videos from the likes of twenty one pilots, Daughters, Travis Scott, and Lil Wayne; and it also featured some interesting trailers for Vox Lux, Glass, and The Prodigy. We've highlighted some of the best drops over the month and now we're ready to crown the best album, movie trailer, and music video.
Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight really shows off Travi$'s immense diversity and ability to create vibe upon vibe. It might be a little light on substance but the sheer style more than makes up for it.
It's that time of the year again, Grammys time, and we're back discussing some of the biggest snubs and surprises from this year's nominees, as well as giving our annual predictions for the winners from some of the major categories. But before that we go over some of the biggest news in music like Kendrick Lamar's Oscars nomination, Juelz Santana's sentencing, Robin Thicke's $5 million "Blurred Lines" judgement, and more.
We're back talking about some recent art shows around New York, our uneasy feelings about the Jussie Smollett attack, the fallout from Liam Neeson's recent interview, and lastly, discuss if there are movies from the past that couldn't be made today because of a more 'PC' culture.
Our thoughts, opinions, and live reaction to the latest trending music videos from Offset & Cardi B, Ice Spice, 6ix9ine & Kodak Black, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, and more.
We're back and we're discussing recent music news like the Madden Colin Kaepernick controversy, the whole 6ix9ine situation and his subsequent rebrand, Demi Lovato's relapse, and Warped Tour coming to an official end. Also we give our impressions about recent releases from The Internet, Mac Miller, YG, Travis Scott, and more; and specifically discuss if 'Astroworld' is Album of the Year worthy.
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The first stop in The DAMN. Tour was nothing less than spectacular. High energy and engaging from start to finish with some spectacular stage visuals from both Travis and Kendrick. This is him at his peak with an arsenal of hits to work with; the wait to see him was well worth it.
For what they may lack in pure lyricism both Travis Scott & Quavo have a great grasp on melody and have flows that you can't help but get caught up in. Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho won't make any of my end of the year lists but it's worthy of more than a few spins and provided great turn up music for the holidays. I can't ask for much more from the pair.