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An Interview With Boston's Donald Grunge
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Photo Story: P!nk Soars in Anaheim on the Beautiful Trauma Tour
Corey Ellis Drops New Tracks "Just Know / Hurt Nobody": Listen
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MYCHL Reveals Official Music Video For "Color Me Bad": Watch
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Artist Spotlight: James Quick's "Ten and True"
Interview: TyBass Drops Dancehall Banger "Girl is Mine"
JAG & Problem Debut New Track, "Far From Me": Listen
"The Mission" is Layla's Sexy Debut You Have to See: Watch
Chuckie & Steve Andreas Brings the Island Heat on "Latino": Watch
Rico Anthony & Ray J Head "Downtown" For Love: Watch
Interview: Alternative Rapper Call Me Karizma Releases...
Watch Bad Bunny's New Music Video for “Estamos Bien”
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More Than Meets the Eye: Lil Peep
Premiere: Drunken Masters & HDBeenDope Debut New...
Artist Spotlight: Dean Lewis is an Upcoming Sensation
Bump the Mids: The Definitive Guide to DIY Sound
Ed Sheeran: How Live Singing Should Sound
Monsieur Job Grabs No Mercy for "Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow": Watch
Artist Spotlight: Holy Bouncer (Interview)
Interview: Bronze Whale Talk About "Gold Grain",...
Thousands Demand Refunds From Spotify After Drake...
June 2018 Playlist: The 70 Best Tunes of the Month
Fly Rick Reveals Official Music Video For "28 Missed...
Interview: An Inside Look at Rising Country Star Kyle Daniel
Drake Drops 'Scorpion': The Official Album of the Summer
New artists: GoGo Penguin, Spafford, Dear Seattle, Jorja Smith
Our two standout favorites of June:
The month of June was dominated by Kanye. He ended a five week span of releasing albums all either by or produced by him. The third of the five was his collaborative project with longtime friend Kid Cudi, Kids See Ghosts. Blending the genres of rock and hip-hop seamlessly, the two put together an album with a central theme of overcoming struggle for newfound love. The project was an immediate commercial success, and even earned a 10/10 rating from TheNeedleDrop.
An Interview With Boston’s Donald Grunge
Premiere: Sean Gast Hits the High Seas for Love in “Buena Compańia”
Snail Mail released its debut album during the hectic month, and was also an immediate success. Sometimes it’s hard for an indie band to gain traction so rapidly, but Snail Mail did it successfully, releasing an album that showcases textbook indie-rock sounds of past and present. If you haven’t, listen to their debut album Lush.
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