Look, concerts are great. I would love to see my entire Spotify Wrapped lineup live. And I’ve spent thousands of dollars on Harry Styles' events alone — judge me if you want, I don’t plan on stopping. But my wallet isn’t as enthusiastic.

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She’s The Man!

GQ’s Man of the Year Isn’t Who You Think

They’d say I hustled, put in the work

They wouldn't shake their heads and question how much of this I deserve

What I was wearing, if I was rude

Could all be separated from my good ideas and power moves

Taylor Swift, “The Man”

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This Haunts Me: Tyler, the Creator Shooting His Shot at Timothée Chalamet

Tyler, the Creator just released a new album where he confesses to a crush on Justin Bieber. But Tyler's best lyrics? When he told Timmy to "get at" him

THAT Tyler lyric from OKRA

via Tyler the Creator on YouTube

Tyler, the Creator just surprised fans with a new album.

After teasing the album with two singles, LUMBERJACK and WUSYANAME, as well as billboards in major cities, Tyler finally tweeted the album announcement.

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST is a 16-song reminder that the rapper is still one of the most innovative artists in the game. In 2019, his last album, IGOR, won the Grammy for Best Rap Album, and he has spent the past few years reveling in his mainstream success.

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Brent Faiyaz and Tyler, the Creator Drop New Song "Gravity"

Brent Faiyaz, DJ Dahi, and Tyler, the Creator are the perfect trio in their new collaboration.

Brent Faiyaz is back and he is not playing games with us.

His new song, released on Youtube today, is produced by DJ Dahi, who is known for producing songs like "Worst Behavior" by Drake, "Money Trees," by Kendrick Lamar, as well as music by Dr. Dre, Mac Miller, and Childish Gambino, amongst others.

Titled "Gravity" (feat. Tyler, The Creator), the track came with the pre-title "Songs from Scratch" or "SFS," leading fans to whisper about the possibility of an upcoming project.

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Larry King's Best Hip-Hop Interviews

Larry King interviewed countless rappers throughout his career, but these few stood above the pack

Mac Miller and Larry King

While Larry King admitted on several occasions that he "didn't appreciate Hip-Hop," the legendary interviewer opened up his show to a plethora of rap stars beginning in 2014.

His lack of appreciation wasn't malicious in the slightest. Raised on the sounds of Frank Sinatra and jazz, Larry King merely didn't understand the genre. But with each interview he strove to educate not only the public about Hip-Hop's cultural power, but himself. He often was hyper-focused on the lack of gay rappers within the industry, as well as the genre's use of the N-word, and asked about it unflinchingly.

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5 Relaxing Rap Albums to Get You Out of Your Head

Stay calm in post-election season with these transporting albums

Music impacts us differently these days.

The albums we usually listened to on our daily commutes suddenly bring us pangs of bitter nostalgia now that there's nowhere to go. Bright optimistic tunes suddenly sound hollow, and we can't help but feel especially resentful towards songs that make us wanna dance and party.

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