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Gucci Mane’s ‘Robbed’ Video Is Several Action Movies in One

Gucci Mane's new video for "Robbed" is an entertaining send-up of action movie tropes, and it co-stars Gucci's girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir as the leader of a…
Anna Gaca / August 28, 2016

Freddie Gibbs Charged in Austria Sexual Assault Case

Update: Reuters reports that Gibbs was granted bail after paying 50,000 euros ($56,560) and handing over his passport. His lawyer Theodore Simon has released a statement, which you…
Brian Josephs / August 17, 2016

Charles Bradley Takes it Back to Bed-Stuy in ‘Good to Be Back Home’ Video

It makes sense to shoot a video for a song titled "Good to Be Back Home," well, back home. And Charles Bradley is a sensible…
Brian Josephs / August 3, 2016

Frank Ocean’s ‘Endless’ Is Ineligible for the ‘Billboard’ Charts

Frank Ocean's primary new album Blonde is expected to debut at number one on this week's Billboard 200 albums chart, but its immediate predecessor Endless doesn't qualify, the…
Anna Gaca / August 27, 2016

Gabriel Hart Directed 12 Gucci Mane Videos in Five Days (Despite Guwop’s House Arrest)

Making an album in six days is the work of a Trap God, but the miracle of Everybody Looking's existence isn't enough. True to his marketing…
Brian Josephs / July 29, 2016

Betty Who Hosts a Cuddle Party in ‘I Love You Always Forever’ Video

Last month, SPIN spoke to Betty Who about covering Donna Lewis' 1996 hit single, "I Love You Always Forever." Now, the Australian pop singer has…
Rachel Brodsky / July 14, 2016

Review: Rae Sremmurd Dim the Fun, Along With the Lights, on ‘SremmLife 2′

Last year, it was impossible to go anywhere — a nightclub, a rooftop barbecue, even the supermarket — without hearing the manically gleeful chants of Rae…
Mosi Reeves / August 10, 2016

SPIN R&B Report: Yuna Props Up Woozy Soul With Smelling Salts, Laura Mvula Meets Pop Halfway

While the world spent much of this year waiting for Frank Ocean, R&B continued to evolve. This season’s picks illustrate that there’s a thriving crop…
Mosi Reeves / August 26, 2016

The VMAs Need to Stop Relying on Their Stars So Much

In 2006, the MTV Video Music Awards were on the brink of absolute disaster. That year's ceremonies, hosted by an expired Jack Black, were brutally…
Andrew Unterberger / August 29, 2016

Cheena: New York Punks Who Come Alive at Night

In the mess of chain coffee shops and clothing boutiques that crowd lower Manhattan, it can be hard to find a place to just sit…
Colin Joyce / July 28, 2016

YG Rides Around Shining in the New Video for ‘Why You Always Hatin’?’ With Drake, Kamaiyah, and Ty Dolla $ign

Kamaiyah gets her foot rubbed. YG transfers from helicopter to candy-colored car. Drake and Ty Dolla $ign take turns riding around with him. The video…
Dan Weiss / August 15, 2016

Empire of the Sun Announce New Album Featuring Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham

It's been three years since Empire of the Sun's last studio album, Ice on the Dune. The duo have announced that fans will only have to…
Brian Josephs / August 22, 2016

Watch Carly Rae Jepsen and Charli XCX Perform Unreleased Songs at a PC Music Party

Experimental-pop collective PC Music and Red Bull Music Academy hosted a sparkly party called Pop City at Los Angeles' Create nightclub last night. Among the performances: Charli…
Anna Gaca / July 21, 2016

Kodak Black to Remain in Jail After Officials Discover Two Outstanding Arrest Warrants

Kodak Black, who was supposed to be released from prison today, has suffered a legal setback. The Broward Sheriff's Office says that they've discovered to outstanding…
Brian Josephs / August 17, 2016

PARTYNEXTDOOR Is Boring

PARTYNEXTDOOR's P3 somehow becoming one of the summer's most talked-about albums is a noteworthy achievement, especially when you consider how much the singer/producer had to live up to after…
Brian Josephs / August 19, 2016

Rihanna Accepts MTV’s Video Vanguard Award, Performs Four Mini-Medley Sets

Rihanna served as MTV's unofficial house performer for the Video Music Awards this year, performing a quartet of medleys spanning her career of megahits. The…
Andrew Unterberger / August 29, 2016

Despite Stacked Lineup, Afropunk Is Still ‘the Other Black’

You know when it’s Afropunk weekend in Brooklyn. The black women with brightly dyed hair, septum piercings, and round shades; the fellas in African-patterned garbs…
Brian Josephs / August 29, 2016

Q&A: Philly Quartet Good Girl on Trying to Resurrect the R&B Group

When Philly girl group Good Girl took the stage at America’s Got Talent this year to perform their a cappella rendition of En Vogue's "Don’t…
Maya Lewis / August 23, 2016

Review: Ka Is Calm Like a Bomb on ‘Honor Killed the Samurai’

Brownsville rapper Ka’s voice commands close listening. It’s somewhere between a wheeze and a snarl, dead-eyed and cold — dragging with it a street-weary stoicism.
Sheldon Pearce / August 17, 2016

Funkmaster Flex Says Drake’s Team Gave His Reference Track to Meek Mill

When Meek Mill accused Drake of using a ghostwriter for his guest verse on "R.I.C.O.," he set off one of last year's biggest hip-hop dramas and fired up a beef that…
Anna Gaca / August 7, 2016
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